MANCHESTER, NH Dyn today released version 2.0 of the DynDNS Updater for Macintosh, its flagship free Dyn DNS updating software.
The DynDNS Updater unlocks the full power of DynDNS by allowing users to constantly connect to their servers and machines, even when their IP address changes. In effect, it turns virtually any home or small business Internet access into a connection suitable for the publication and sharing of data.
By monitoring changes in the network setup and immediately notifying the DynDNS.com servers, the Updater ensures that a single domain name always points to the right web site or server, regardless of most changes in network topology. Changes are instantly propagated through the Internet thanks to DynDNS.com’s top-tier DNS architecture.
Version 2.0 of the DynDNS Updater features an entirely rewritten code base for increased stability, resiliency and integration with popular Mac OS X services such as Sparkle (for self-updating) and Growl (for faster notifications). Its brand new interface makes it a snap to set up and use, for beginners and system administrators alike.
With its refined look and bullet-proof foundation, the DynDNS Updater sets a new standard of platform integration and ease of use in personal networking software. It enables an ever increasing number of users to freely communicate, publish and access content on the Internet, without the traditional technical and financials barriers.
The DynDNS Updater for Mac is immediately available as a free download from http://DynDNS.com. It is released as a Universal Binary. It requires an always-on Internet connection and Mac OS X v. 10.4.10 or later, including the just-released Mac OS X Leopard (v. 10.5). The DynDNS Updater is compatible with both Dyn.com’s free and paying DNS offerings as well as with the company’s Recursive DNS service.