Today we are celebrating 17 years of No-IP! 17 years ago today, the No-IP domain was registered and we officially became a company. We are so thankful for all our customers who have helped us get to where we are today. We couldn’t do it without all of you! Thanks for 17 years and cheers to 17 more! How long have you been a customer of No-IP? Leave it below in the comments. Also, head over to our Facebook page for a chance to win the Amcrest Pro HD 1080 camera we unboxed a few weeks ago! Giveaway ends Friday, Oct 7, 2016.
Since its founding 17 years ago, No-IP has grown to more than 25 million customers and is the preferred choice for dynamic DNS. No-IP provides powerful, useful, and reliable services to home users, small businesses and members of the Fortune 500. From Dynamic DNS to Managed DNS and other integral domain products, No-IP delivers trusted products that help people stay connected to their devices and ensures that the domain and related services are fast, safe and always available.
In observance of Labor Day No-IP will be operating under revised hours on Monday, September 5, 2016.
Our Customer Success team will be responding to support tickets sent (or received) during normal office hours. If you would like to speak to our Customer Success team on the phone, our Priority Support line will be available from 10am-5pm PDT. We will resume normal Customer Success hours on Tuesday, September 6.
If you have a question or need help right away, check out our extensive Knowledge Base for helpful troubleshooting articles and support guides.
Have a safe and happy Labor Day!
We are excited to announce the release of our iOS Beta App. Creating and modifying hostnames has never been easier. Simply log in to the app with your No-IP credentials and create hostnames on our domains or your very own domain. Currently, in the first phase, it functions as a Dynamic Update Client like you would use on your Windows, Mac, or Linux computer. (We plan on adding more account features in the near future.) This means that you no longer need to keep a computer running on your home network in order to keep your hostname updated with the correct IP address. Simply leave the app running on your mobile device and it will check every five minutes to see if your IP address has changed. The app auto-detects if it is near the network associated with your hostname. If your IP address has changed and your device is on the correct network it will automatically update your hostname to the new IP address. This means you will never lose your connection again! The app is currently in Beta mode and there are some known bugs, but we need your help! Please install the app and give it a try. Any feedback and bugs can be reported to us directly at email@example.com.
This week No-IP was honored with a spot on the Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies for the third year in a row.
At No-IP, we understand it is our customers who help us achieve honors like this. Without all of you, we wouldn’t be here today. We want to thank you for helping our business grow into what it is today.
We are among 21 other companies based in Nevada to make the list and are to make the list three years in a row. This honor makes us a part of an elite group of companies like GoPro, Loot Crate and Patagonia, who continue to grow and succeed in each of our industries.
The No-IP team of works extremely hard to continue providing the best Dynamic DNS in the world and making a list like this confirms we are doing our jobs. Over the past 3 years, No-IP has seen a 104% increase in revenue. We have also added 4 new members to the team. No-IP has come a long way from its early days in a dorm room and we appreciate all of you for helping us get here.
You can see our ranking and stats by visiting our Inc. profile page. The entire Inc. 500|5000 list is available on Inc.com.
Dynamic DNS can be a hard concept to understand. Trust me, I get it. If you had asked me two years ago what Dynamic DNS was, I would have said something like, “Uh Dynamic DN… What?” Dynamic DNS is what we use to help you access devices like routers, cameras, and DVRs. So how exactly do we do this? Continue Reading