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On 01/24/20 02:39 pm, Andy Willis wrote:
On Fri, Jan 24, 2020, 1:19 PM Al Savage <firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
Is what you're discussing some variation of what I'm doing with $15/year
dyn.com <http://dyn.com> and a free Debian IP updater client? Or
Sounds like the same thing. I've not needed it before but knew Lewis now is a reseller for godaddy and if I am going to buy a service, I figured to check that route first. I want my router to do it as it will handle it at each IP change.
Al: Yes, exactly.
The problem with GoDaddy, then, is that nobody, but nobody has a packaged updater script either *in* a broadband router device or as part of a configurable updater for Java or whatever (think INADYN).
GoDaddy, however, does provide an API for making changes . . .
Also, Dyn's standard DNS service doesn't even support CAA records, and these are now (since 2017 or so) considered *required* for any domain to pass muster. GoDaddy actually *does* support CAA records and it's entirely free if your domain is registered either through GoDaddy
Full disclaimer: GoDaddy's DNS *has* had issues in the past and is nowhere near the robust implementation of Dyn. That said, again, it's free, and sometimes, free is pretty good.
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