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dynamic IP/remote access

I recently had to dump Speakeasy as my ISP.  I moved, and they could
not run DSL to my new apartment for some technical reason.  Though I
have a friend that lives about a mile away and he uses Speakeasy.
Anyway, now I have Comcast.  It's Comcastic... ;) ugh...  As a result
of not having Speakeasy, I do not have static IP.  I believe people
have discussed services like and such before on this list.
I'm looking for a way to ssh to my home network.  Would a service like
dyndns be the way to go?


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