How do you suggest a regular ping system should detect the new IP address of the target if the address in use changes. Also bear in mind that the old IP address could be responding normally quite soon afterwards?
Do you think thinkbroadband should be providing a built-in free DDNS service as well as the rest of whole free site?
As of May 2017, we now support hostnames as well as static IP addresses, so if you use a Dynamic DNS service then you can provide us with your hostname and we will update the IP address when it changes.BQM FAQs
You still need to subscribe to a dynamic DNS service (or your provider may update DNS based on your IP); be aware that it may take us a bit of time to detect IP changes, and currently these are not shown on the graphs so you may find this explains some odd patterns.
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Edited by RobertoS (Sun 30-Sep-18 15:25:47)