Using Namecheap Dynamic DNS Client - Version 2.0x (beta)


Version Release Notes:

- New BETA version V2.0 (2.0.0.6)
Released date: Jan 23rd, 2012
Change: Time interval problem fixed

- Initial Beta release V2.0 (2.0.0.5)

System requirements:
Windows 95/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7, Internet Explorer 5.0+, Microsoft .NET 2.0 Runtime

Download File:
Available under Attachments section (see below).

Dynamic DNS client version 2.0x allows you to easily create and manage profiles for different hosts and domains that you wish to dynamically update.As an example, let assume that you wish to dynamically update the IP address of http://www.exampledns.com  and http://exampledns.com .

The first then we need to do is enable Dynamic DNS for the domain exampledns.com.  The next step is to create an A record for the host www and @.You then need to launch the downloaded Dynamic DNS client version 2.0x on your computer and create a profile for each host.
 
To create a new profile for www.exampledns.com, click on Manage Profiles tab on Dynamic DNS client and “New”. Enter the host as www, domain as exampledns.com , enter the Dynamic DNS password and select  “Auto detect my IP address” option and  choose how often to update the client. Click Save. To see the current status of this profile, select “Welcome!” tab.

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To dynamically update the IP address of  http://exampledns.com  you need to create an A record for the host @. To update the IP address of a sub-domain subdomain.exampledns.com  you need to create an A record for the host subdomain.
 
NOTE:
1) Namecheap Dynamic DNS Client V2.0 (2.0.0.6) NEW Beta: Time interval problem fixed
2) Please ENSURE that you use the Dynamic DNS password on the client. Do not use your Namecheap user account’s password.

Troubleshooting
       
This application stores profiles in
C:\Documents and Settings\\Application Data\Dynamic DNS Client\Profiles.xml file.

Ensure that this file is not tampered or corrupted. In event of this happening kindly delete the whole file, the application will then create a fresh file to start with.


MD5 (for ver. 2.0.0.6 BETA): ddb2c03a67ad8ead3a4d9e65327e2204
MD5 (for ver. 2.0.0.5 BETA): 2cf7e3bd5751426f979de27474df62df

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