Re: Hurd TWiki forum - hosting
On Sat, May 11, 2002 at 05:18:48PM -0400, Ryan M. Golbeck wrote:
> The trick is to combine the two.
> Get a dynamic hostname at dyndns.org, and register your twiki domain
> name and let the registrar host your nameserver for you. And then
> use CNAME records to point to your dyndns.org hostname.
> This way everytime your IP changes, your box updates your dyndns.org
> hostname, but lookups to your "real" domain name always resolve to
> your dyndns.org name. Works beautifully.
> If you want to know of a cheap registrar that supports CNAME records
> like this check out joker.com, they have been great for me.
very nice! and cheaper than my current registrar thanks for the tip :)
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