Tuesday, November 23, 2004


XName is a service that provides primary and secondary DNS servers for people with their own domain. These services are free, but they do ask for a donation if you like the service. This is good to have in case your primary DNS server is not available. You will still be able to potentially get email and web traffic.

I used to use DynDNS.org, but they switched their model to a yearly fee, instead of a lifetime support with a donation.

1 comment:

  1. ...zoneedit.com. Ischo turned me on to this one and it seems to work really well so far. Free for the first 5 sites or something like that...


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