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OpenDNS Updater Alternatives

OpenDNS Updater is described as 'OpenDNS recommends that you use our client-side software to keep your dynamic IP updated for your network. The OpenDNS Updater will run in your system tray and send updates to your account whenever your IP address changes' and is an app. There are four alternatives to OpenDNS Updater for Windows. The best alternative is Dynamic DNS client for Windows, which is free. Other great apps like OpenDNS Updater are Marcs Updater, DDNS Updater and Dynsite.

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  • FreeProprietary
  • Mac
  • Windows
  • Linux

OpenDNS recommends that you use our client-side software to keep your dynamic IP updated for your network. The OpenDNS...

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  1. Dynamic DNS client for Windows

    • FreeProprietary
    • Windows

    It’s essentially a PAR‘ed up version of a slightly modified ddclient, packaged as a Windows service with an NSIS wrapper around it so that you can install/uninstall it a bit easier.

    Discontinued

    Last version 1.5.0 was released in 2016, and it seems it doesn't work on Windows 10.

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  2. Marcs Updater icon

    Marcs Updater

    • FreeProprietary
    • Windows

    Your router doesn't support DynDNS, OpenDNS or DNS-O-Matic by default or is limited in number of dynamic DNS services? You can use this simple client to send IP changes to your dynamic account automatically.

    Simple settings dialog for quick and easy setup.


  3. DDNS Updater icon

    DDNS Updater

    • FreeProprietary
    • Windows

    DDNS Updater checks for changes to the external IP address of a Microsoft Windows computer, and updates a dynamic DNS (DDNS) service whenever a change is detected.

    DDNS Updater Admin: DDNS API
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    Dynsite

    • FreemiumProprietary
    • Windows

    DynSite automatically updates your dynamic IP address every time it changes on one or many dynamic DNS services or by email. This allows anyone to connect to the servers (Web, FTP, NNTP, etc.) running on your own computer using a fully qualified domain name (e.g. myhost.dyndns.

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