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jonas-w
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I want to access my Server from anywhere. Should i use something like noip.com (DynDNS)? Or is there a better way?

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  • 1
    Port forward to your server and then edit your host file to point to that ip and give it the name you want
  • 0
    @ScribeOfGoD but the ip changes
  • 0
    there's something better, can't remember it rn (look for openwrt stuff, think i found it there)

    i quit using dyndns (well the company and protocol) just cuz i quit using it, not that i did much anyway

    edit: and obviously, ssh, vpn w/e your way in
  • 2
    Dyndns is paid, isn't it? I use DuckDNS and it works really well.
  • 0
    @qdsp13 noip.com is free up to 3 hosts
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    @nobes Well, when I checked it, there was some sort of catch that made me not use it. Can't remember what it was though.
  • 0
    @qdsp13 It has an update client which works on Windows pretty good but on linux it's shit
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    @nobes Works perfectly fine on my Raspberry Pi, never had a single issue with it.
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    @qdsp13 duckdns is really good. Setup after 2 minutes
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    Afraid.org for dynamic DNS
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    @qdsp13 you get an email every 30 days that makes you solve a captcha and then gives you a choice between UPGRADE TO ENHANCED DDNS NOW and (no, just renew). Maybe it's that.
  • 1
    You could get a static IP. Most providers won’t give you one, but if you get business broadband from most places you can get one. Also, idnet gives you a static IP
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