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They have come up with a way for dynamic DNS! You just install a small client and set up a account and you will get some domain like yourdomain.daemon.sh where you will always be reachable as long as your client has signed up with the current ip. -> add it to the ip-up script.
www.dyndns.org or dyndns.com does the same thing and they have more programs to update your ip address. I think you can just go to their website and get some of those programs and use it with any website.
Originally posted by acid_kewpie erm does it take time to register?
If you use DynDNS' service and setup a 'static' host then the TTL (Time To Live) of the DNS record is 4 hours, so if you're IP changes there is the potential for it to disappear for upto that long for some people once your update their DNS record to tell them your new IP...