From Dynamic Network Services:
DynDNS Updater is a Mac OS X client for use with the free and paid services provided by DynDNS. Based originally on DNSUpdate by Julien Jalon, DynDNS Updater brings new features and is designed to work exclusively with services from DynDNS.
- Simple and intuitive interface
- Supports Custom DNS, Dynamic DNS and Static DNS
- Supports HTTPS
- Setup wizard automatically downloads hosts
- Supports multiple users
- Includes configurable update daemon
- Provides full event logging
- Allows configuration exports
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All versions:3.1 stars
out of 9 votes
Current version:1.0 stars
out of 1 votes
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"2012, never checks in on iMac"
Version: DynDNS Updater 3.0
Can't tell. Doesn't work.
I have had it running on my iMac with Snow Leopard and it has yet to connect. I get no errors from it either. The website still sends emails saying that my account is going to expire and I renew it manually. It would be nice if there was a debug or verbose mode so I could see what it THINKS it is doing.
Doesn't error, doesn't work, can't figure out why!
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