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Dynamic DNS problem in China

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Posted on 17-03-17 09:36
Hi, is there any way to get a working ddns service on china? Noip cost me like 6 days to get it working although worked just one time and around 5 minutes, after that, couldn't make a successful connection anymore, all others DNS services asks for phones or other info that I don't want to provide, specially for those services providers located in china. Does anyone knows a free way to go around this?
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Posted on 17-03-17 15:01
Find a virtual private server service provider that accepts Bitcoin and configure your own DNS Server.
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Posted on 18-03-17 12:58
Thanks @Scar0ptics, now, is there a free option? Even over Tor network?
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Posted on 18-03-17 20:49
You would have to configure the server to use the Tor network; then make configuration changes to create a DNS Server or whatever it is that you need. You'll need to make sure it is using the Tor network and not the service providers network.

There is a lot of information on-line, but I do not have time to make a step-by-step in-depth tutorial at the moment. Once the new site goes up I might do something like that. I will have Android-based applications too.

One of them is called "Crypt" and it supports end-to-end encrypted communication.
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