No-IP is constantly providing updates to its FAQ with new and insiteful information to insure the best user experience. This most recent development is something that we are very excited about.
The FAQ is now available in French! We hope that all of our French speaking users enjoy this new addition to our support section. In addition to French, No-IP’s FAQ is available in Spanish and English.
A few days ago this bad boy showed up in the mail.
Cnet / Download.com awarded No-IP with this trophy for obtaining more than 1 million downloads of our award winning Windows DUC (Dynamic Update Client) via Download.com. We’d like to thank all of our users for using our service and our Dynamic Update Client. With over 1.7 million downloads, that 2 million trophy is just around the corner!
Some exciting news for new and existing domain registration customers. Registration prices have just been slashed!
Prices on registration and renewals for .com/.net/.org/.info/.biz/.us have been lowered to just $15.00 per year. Domain transfer prices are also now just $15.00.
Now is the perfect time to transfer or register your very own domain name.
No-IP.com is proud to announce support for Private Registration for domain registration.
For those of you that are not familiar with this, private registration allows you to retain your privacy after purchasing a domain. Instead of having your information and contact email address published to the WHOIS database, an alternate set of information will be used. When someone looks up your domain in the WHOIS database they will see the private registration contact information, not yours. The private registration provider will then act as an in between or third party to keep people from directly contacting you or seeing your information. This is most useful to keep your contact information away from spammers, scammers, stalkers or any other un-wanted person. To find out more about No-IP.com’s private registration take a look over here.
We recently added a few more common router setup guides to our support section. These new guides cover the task of setting up port forwarding on your home cable/dsl common router. For a lot of people, setting up port forwarding can be a daunting task if they have never done it before. With our new guides, you can easily walk yourself through the setup process with easy to follow screen shots and instructions.
We currently have a guide certain common routers including DLink, Linksys and NetGear routers. View the router tips in our Tips & Guides section.
Check back soon as we will be adding many more common routers to the port forwarding guide!