DYNDNS


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DYNDNSDynamic Domain Name Server
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With DynDNS, VLAN, and NAT, the three-port router can support a wide variety of network applications and topologies, offering enterprise-network administrators unusual flexibility for a minimal capital outlay.
Officers for 2007-08 are: Kale Benway, marketing manager for the Manchester Economic Development Office, president; Jeremy Hitchcock, CEO of DynDNS in Manchester, vice president; Joe Kenney, vice president of commercial lending at Ocean National Bank, treasurer; and Katie McQuaid, director of NewHampshire.com, secretary.
Today, under the guidance of the two 25-year-olds, what began as a volunteer service has evolved into Dynamic Network Services Inc (DynDNS), whose subscribers from around the world pay a one-time fee of $24.95 for DNS hosting and secure a number of other Internet security and management services, including domain registration, e-mail forwarding and storage, network monitoring and SSL certificates.
In addition to a growing roster of paid subscribers, more than 2 million people use DynDNS's free service, which Daly describes as an Internet telephone book of sorts, linking domain names with their corresponding IP numbers in the same way telephone books link names and phone numbers.