The second beta release of the Windows 3.0.1 b Dynamic Update Client (DUC) is now available. We’ve fixed a few issues with the first beta.
Bug Fixes/ Features Include:
- Windows Service in XP
- NAT WAN IP discovery issues
- Mouseover tray icon for current IP
- few minor fixes
This new version can be downloaded on our Windows Beta download page.
Disclaimer: Should you encounter any bugs, glitches, lack of functionality or
other problems with the client, please let us know immediately so we
can rectify these accordingly. Your help in this regard is greatly
The new Windows DUC (Dynamic Update Client) is almost ready. We’d like to invite anyone interested in trying out the beta to download it and give it a whirl. Please let us know what you think about it and if there is anything you can think of or if you run into any bugs please let us know. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to comment.
Some of the new features of the Windows DUC include:
- Modern Interface, bye bye to the smileys
- Client Tracking – A new feature coming to the site (although the web interface is not available just yet) giving some control to the client from our website, great for users managing multiple update clients.
- Secure key based authentication, no passwords will be stored on the end user computer
- Notifications of expiring services
- DNS based IP check, less overhead when polling for your current WAN IP address
Download version 3.0.0b today!
Take it for a spin and let us know what you think!
We have released version 3.1.3b2 of our Mac update client. The previous version had included the incorrect binary for the daemon mode. This would have effected Intel based systems prior to Snow Leopard vs 10.6.
Please download the new version if you are using this beta.
This has been tested and confirmed working back to Tiger 10.4.5.
Again, we welcome any comments regarding the MAC update client.
Yes, it’s been a while since we’ve touched on the No-IP Mac OSX client. You can grab a copy of the beta over at http://www.no-ip.com/downloads.php?page=mac .
This version mainly focuses on bug fixes regarding newer versions of OS X such as Snow Leapord.
Changes to the Mac OSX Client:
- Improved Daemon Functionality
- Standardized Drag and Drop Installer
- Utilizes New Logos
- And More
Let us know if you run into any issues. We will also be re-writing the Mac Client from the ground up in the near future. If you have any feature requests let us know as we are in the planning stages for the next version 3.2.
Want to use a third party update client that restricts the length of your current No-IP account email address? Perhaps you just want a shorter username to login to the website with? Yes it’s about time, we’ve gone Web 1.0 and introduced No-IP account usernames in addition to email address based logins.
Many users have requested this feature. Some hardware vendors that have embedded our dynamic dns services into their product have hard coded a fixed length of characters for the username field. Some third party vendors that have been brought to our attention seem to cut them off at about 16. Many email addresses are longer than this, so we just want to give our users the option.
Create your username today! You’ll also be prompted when to create one when you first login if you don’t have one assigned to your account.