No-IP Welcomes D-Link DDNS Customers

On July 2, 2020, Oracle Dyn and D-Link terminated their relationship affecting hostnames on the dlinkddns.com domain. We know remote access is important to you. Let’s get you started with No-IP.

At No-IP we understand this means thousands of customers will be looking for a new DDNS service provider. With more than 20 years of experience and over 30 million customers, No-IP is the world’s leader in Dynamic DNS.

Let Us Introduce Ourselves 

No-IP was founded in 1999, and has grown into a business we never could have anticipated. From our beginnings as one of the first Dynamic DNS companies, to becoming one of the world’s last Free dynamic DNS providers, we’ve always stayed true to the values that helped us grow from the start. Our Dynamic DNS is built on a robust network with over 100 points of presence located across the globe.

No-IP Dynamic DNS

Our Free service you are allowed to use up to 3 hostnames. Do you need more hostnames or want to use your own domain? Simply upgrade to our Enhanced Dynamic DNS or Plus Managed DNS services for a small fee.

Think No-IP is Right for You? Sign-Up Now! 

When we say free, we actually mean free – no credit card is required, ever.  Sign up now to start creating your Free Dynamic DNS hostnames!

Want to upgrade to one of our paid services? Upgrade to Enhanced Dynamic DNS now for only *$19.95 (*Regular price $24.95)  Coupon Code: DLINK5. Just enter the coupon code at check out to receive the discount! (Offer not valid on renewals and expires July 30, 2020.)

Want more information? Don’t hesitate to call our knowledgeable Customer Support team at +1.775.853.1883 or open a Support Ticket. We hope we can make the switch to No-IP a seamless and happy one. 

Welcome!

Self-Hosted Security Camera Solution with No-IP

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Working From Home? Six Easy Steps to Get Started with Remote Access

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A Note From Our CEO – COVID-19 and No-IP

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2019 Year End Wrap-Up

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Website Maintenance for the New Decade

It’s hard to believe it is already 2020. It seems like just yesterday that the world was in a panic about Y2K. So what are the things you should do to prepare your website for the new year? The best way to start the decade is to focus on some basic domain and website maintenance. What should you

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No-IP Hosts 6th Annual Giving Thanks Food Drive

No-IP 6th Annual Food Drive

For the sixth year in a row, No-IP is hosting their Giving Thanks Food Drive to benefit the local community. The Giving Thanks Food Drive will benefit the Food Bank of Northern Nevada, a local non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping feed more than 91,000 neighbors in need in our community. Having access to healthy food

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No-IP Now Offers IPv6 Dynamic DNS

No-IP IPv6 Dynamic DNS

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DoH: The Pros and Cons of DNS Over HTTPS

DOH-HTTPS-NOIP

First things first, let’s give a little refresher of what DNS is. DNS stands for Domain Name System DNS is like the white page directory for the Internet. You supply a name, DNS supplies a number. The name, in this case, is specifically a hostname and the number is an IP address. Without DNS you

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Anycast Networks: What Are They and Why Do They Even Matter?

We talk about our Anycast network a lot. With over 100 points of presence in globally redundant locations, what’s not to be proud of? What is an Anycast network and why does it even matter? Before we get into Anycast, let’s talk about a routing scheme called Unicast. Unicast is how most DNS networks work.

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