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I am in the process of switching to FIOS that provides a dynamic IP
address.  I have used DynDNS in the past but this time I am
considering using ZoneEdit to provide a stable connection to my
computer.  Does ZoneEdit provide acceptable service for a home network
using web and mail servers but consuming minimal bandwidth and web
hits?  Also,  I was considering using ddClient for the dynamic IP
client.  Is this a good choice.  I remember in the past someone from
BLU commented that it is possible to request the ISP to associate user
domain names to assigned dynamic IP addresses.  Is this possible?

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