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  • It is 100% free.
  • A fully functional domain for web sites, emails, ftp servers, SSL.
  • An easy to remember name to link back your home network.
  • No obligation for any paid services ! No ADs

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About the Free Domain

Our free domains are Second Level Domains. However, it is just like a fully functional domain that allows you to create a host name that point to either dynamic or static IP address. You can even create unlimited subdomains, Mail Zones, Digital SSL. You may manage your domain DNS remotely using our DNS API Document and use it with our Dynamic DNS Service .

If you need a paid domain name, enter the names you want and make a search for available names:

Dynamic DNS Updates

Dynamic IP Updates Made Easy
At your Windows/Mac/Linux, simply schedule a job to run the following curl command once every few minutes. Most OS should has curl built in. Windows got curl built in since Windows 10 build 1803, released early May 2018.
>> curl https://api.dnsexit.com/dns/ud/?apikey=API-Key -d host=host1.domain.com,host2.domain2.com
Witch the command, our system will automatically detect your public IP address and update your hosts to the new IP. Alternatively, you may add parameter -d ip=xx.xx.xx.xx to overwrite the IP. For multiple hosts, just seperate them by , (comma). The API Key can be created at your account Dashboard -> Settings
The return is JSON file with a successfull update like:

{"code" : 0, "message" : "Success - some details about the update"}

code:0 indicates successfull updates while code:1 indicates IP address not changed. Other returning codes indicates errors.



To test how it works on browsers, you can simply paste the following URL adress to a web browser:
https://api.dnsexit.com/dns/ud/?apikey=API-Key&host=host.domain.com
Note: You need to replace the API-KEY and hostname with your own api key and hostname

curl (short for "Client URL") is a command line tool that can communicates with a web server with a relevant URL. Or in other words, it is just like a text based web browser. The curl command is built in most Operating Systems including Linux, Unix, MacOS, and Windows (sinc Windows 10 ). If your windows does not have curl command, you can refer to install curl on windows to learn how to install it.





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