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What is the difference between DDNS and DNS?


DNS is static which means it remains fixed for a particular domain.
DNS is static so the IP address associated with it should be static. If you have a dynamic IP, the computer changes the IP address frequently.
Dynamic DNS is used to in order to avoid this situation.

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