Dingleberry DNS now available

Good news all! I’m launching Dingleberry DNS, a free DNS service to allow you to point a domain to your Raspberry Pi. This service will allow you to access your Raspberry Pi remotely, run a website from your Raspberry Pi and much more.

Here’s what you need to qualify for free DNS:

  • A registered domain, ie example.com
  • A Raspberry Pi connected to the Internet
  • A Static IP address (unfortunately I can’t support dynamic IP addresses yet).

Contact me to apply, all I’ll need is some information about your project and I’ll get the DNS set up. Hosted email can also be provided for a small fee.

Ste

Web Developer living in Manchester, working for Studio Skylab (http://www.studioskylab.com). Views and thoughts are my own.

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1 Response

  1. John Edwards says:

    Hi Ste,
    I have just bought a Pi and am looking to run a Web server on it. I don’t know the ins and outs of transferring the hosting from my current host to my own Pi. Could you give me some idea what I would need to do. I do have a static IP already but it is not associated with my domain.
    Hope you can help.
    Regards
    john
    PS I see we both live in Cheshire!
    PPS Love your web site, shows what can be done inexpensively

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