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> That said, it's perfectly possible to use a third-party static DNS service
> with a DHCP address.  I've done it successfully for years now (I use
> Dotster).  It's somewhat painful compared to a static-IP setup though:

I use registrydomains for my domain registry  I can use their
nameservers for each domain or provide the address for other
nameservers of choice.  Based on the response by Matt and Ward I
checked registrydomains and it seem that they are now providing
dynamic dns updating on their site.  I will need to read more.  Thanks
for the suggestions.

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