Three Steps To a (Free) Domain Name for Your Home Network

From: http://www.techthrob.com/tech/dyndns.php If you have services running inside your home network, like a web server or file server, or you want to be able to access your home network while away (for example, over SSH), it's useful to have a domain name so you don't have to remember your home IP address. This guide will show you how, for free, to get your own domain name, and keep it active. Read More at Techthrob.com

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There's also directions to set up DynDNS over at ubuntuguide.org. Also, configuration is a lot easier than it was previously: now, DynDNS will generate the file for you. All you need to do it copy it over with nano or gEdit.The Daily Ubuntu - Get a new Ubuntu Linux application on a daily basis.