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 Give your Mac OS X computer a hostname with DynDNS

This article will show you how to easily setup a free DNS service that will give your Mac computer a static hostname. There are a lot of possibilities you can use this for, as most of the Internet connections offer dynamic IP addresses. Having a dedicated hostname can make it easier to remotely connect to your computer and run any kind of server.

 (Submitted by Anonymous Fri Dec 2, 2005 )

  


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