Services line Zone Edit allow machines with IP addresses that change to have permanent addresses on the internet.
Below that is a google adsense type page with a bunch of spammy links and text and the message that “This is a future homepage”. But even if I had read those messages, I would have logged in and seen that the billing says balance = 0 and assumed the e-mail was in error.Stay away from Zone Edit if you value your brand and/or web traffic.This particular downtime will cost a few thousand in lost revenue and a lot of frustration and lost time.Any changes done will be logged or send to you by e-mail. This will install your service, but it will not start right away. * User Name and password: the user name and password of your account with Zone Edit * Hosts: the hosts you want to update.Acquired by Easy DNS, Zoneedit is a managed DNS provider that offers various service level agreements which you can decide on.Because of this, it is possible that our website may not appear correctly in your browser.We apologise for the inconvenience, and recommend you upgrade your browser to one which is compatible with CSS.Once a "legacy" domain has been updated, it overwrites the regular server, and so, the legacy server is always used Here is a new plugin (v1.4.0 attached), fixing the server mismatch. Simply stop the engine, overwrite the (win32 or x64) and restart the engine. If everything is OK, then I'll include this new plugin in the next official release.Version 1.0.0 Download binaries Download source Cobian DDNS is a client used to automatically update a Dynamic DNS, which is registered on Zone Edit.I have a Mikro Tik router (Router OS v4.x) with an ADSL connection at work, unfortunately it comes with dynamic public IP address.I need to connect to my office workstation or simply the Mikro Tik router from home or elsewhere but I need to know its latest IP address all the time, so I decided to use Zone Edit’s Dynamic DNS service. I log into the Zone Edit area and see this in the billing section: Ok, balance = 0. After looking in my spam folder (I never check it, there are over 1000 messages a month in there) I see they did send billing requests.On top of that, they advertise 5 free domains, and I had only a total of 3 domain domains, so how they are calculating that I am using 6 out of 5 of those “Free Zones” is perplexing. The wrong server is used (well sometimes, cos sometimes it works).