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I'm messing around with netcat(windows) and i'm trying to configure netcat listening to external connections.My ISP provides me dynamic IP so i gotta find a way to have netcat connecting back to me no matter if my IP changes within 2 or 3 days. What i thought is that i could download a DDNS program which is attaching my dynamic IP to a static DNS name like or something like that.I've done port forwarding on my router so i was just wondering if anyone knows the command that netcat could use to connect to that static DNS name of my choice.

Any help would be much appreciated!

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  • Check your router if it supports DDNS and make netcat connect to the ddns domain you have created as soon as your router gets new ip it will update Link: Example
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Thank you very much for your reply Homer!! I'll try that as soon as possible! – user226438 Jul 5 '13 at 18:04

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