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Napsterbater
Meh
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join:2002-12-28
Milledgeville, GA
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reply to cablegeek01

Re: Hurricane damage to office, need static IP

said by cablegeek01:

As a quick fix, you could use dynamic DNS if your router supports it. It's a free service, and works pretty well. (the paid version is cheap too, and offers a lot of options)
»dyn.com/dns

That does not solve his e-mail issue. If his IP is dynamic his mail server will be rejected by most other mail servers, DNS doesn't matter.
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cablegeek01

join:2003-05-13
USA
kudos:1

said by Napsterbater:

said by cablegeek01:

As a quick fix, you could use dynamic DNS if your router supports it. It's a free service, and works pretty well. (the paid version is cheap too, and offers a lot of options)
»dyn.com/dns

That does not solve his e-mail issue. If his IP is dynamic his mail server will be rejected by most other mail servers, DNS doesn't matter.

Hmmm, more coffee may be needed here....I'm thinking some sort of proxy, but odds are, anything you'd find online may already be blocked as spam too....