From: "Marc R. Meshurle Jr." <MarcM at katotech dot com>
> Have you tried using no-ip.com as a DynDNS provider? I'm very happy with
> their updates, and have only experienced one outage with them in 4
> years. I'd like to see no-ip.com added as a ddns provider on the next
> release on m0n0. Other providers such as sonicwall (I have a couple of
> customers using sonicwalls) have that option built in to their ddns
> client settings.
I do have a friend using no-ip with a lot of his clients, and he is very
happy with it. That said, I have about 30 dyndns addresses, and I only had
this problem once. I e-mailed them saying, essentially, "WTF?" and they
were incredibly helpful. They sent me ALL the logs, and turned it back on.
They did say, I had 3 days to figure it out, or it went back off... :-)
After making a fresh config from scratch on a local firewall, I pushed it
up, and the problem was gone. Without the help of dyndns, I would have had
to fly up to the customer location. Needless to say, I am very happy.