DonDNS - Free Dynamic DNS Service

    DonDNS for Windows

    The DonDNS application for Windows Vista or greater.

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    1 Introduction

    DonDNS Screenshot

    With the free DonDNS app for Windows, you'll have your PC located and accessible from everywhere, even if your ISP changes your IP address after every connection.

    Use one of your domains as a name to access to you computer from the Internet. You will not have to remember IP addresses anymore.


    DonDNS for Windows Vista or greater is available in two versions, one for x64 architecture and another one for x86 architecture. Click in any of the following links to download the version that better suits to your system:

    • Downlaod DonDNS v1.0 for x64 systems
    • Download DonDNS v1.0 for x86 or x32 systems

    In case you are using a Windows version older than Vista you can still use our old client, though this version will no longer receive support from us.

    3 Installation & configuration

    Once your download is complete, execute the installer and follow the indications shown on your screen. When the installation is complete, you will have to obtain your DonDNS Key and prepare the DNS Zone of the domain you want to update.

    Now you can add the information for the host you want to update. To do so:

    1. Go to the "Profiles" tab and click on "Add".
    2. Introduce the MrDomain username and the DonDNSKey you've just obtained and click on "Accept".
    3. Now go to the "DNS Zones" tab and click again on "Add".
    4. Enter the name of the zone to update, select the MrDomain profile who owns the domain and the frequency at which you want it to be updated.

    Service panel:

    From this panel you will be able to turn on and off the service and read the logs produced by the service.

    Configuration panel:

    In this panel you'll get all the configuration parameters:

    1. Language: it allows you to choose the UI interface.
    2. Search for updates: the frequency at which the app looks for updates.
    3. Minimize on close: if selected, the app will continue running and updating DNS Zones on the system tray once it's closed.
    4. Launch on session start: if selected, the app will start up once the user starts the Windows session.
    5. Display notifications: if selected the user will get notifications from the system tray when the app updates a DNS Zone or there is an app update available.