WinIP is an application which allows Internet users to access your computer via a static host name even though you may have a dynamic IP address.
This lets others access your web, file, or other server the same way every time, instead of having to enter a different IP address every time you reconnect to the internet.
With WinIP, your machine will get a fully qualified domain name. Even if your computer’s internet address is dynamically assigned, people can connect to your machine’s FTP, WWW, IRC or other server by using your single hostname, recognized on the entire Internet. WinIP can manage multiple hostnames pointing to different IP addresses.
WinIP is compatible with the DNS Max managed DNS service and the ThatIP dynamic DNS service







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WinIP For Windows 10 Crack lets you access your computer by using a well-known static host name or FQDN.
A FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name) points to your computer’s IP Address. It makes your computer easy to find on the internet, much the same way a phone number or email address directs to a specific address. Instead of having to enter the static IP address every time you reconnect to the internet, simply use the FQDN to connect instead, leaving everything else the same (username, password, FTP, ssh, IRC, etc.).
A host name points to an IP address. Typically it’s a shorter name that’s easier to remember than a long IP address. Host name resolution is handled by a Dynamic DNS service that updates the IP address to the client. It often uses the name of your ISP as the service that updates the IP address.
The client software provides a way for you to see the host name when you’re connected to the internet, so you don’t need to worry about remembering that number. After you enter the domain name in the client, the program automatically updates your IP address. A little configuration file is necessary to set up the service used by the client.
When connected to the internet using a domain name that resolves to your home IP address, WinIP can find your computer using a Dynamic DNS service, such as ThatIP, FreeDNS, DynDNS, and MaxDNS.
So how is this better than having to enter a static IP address every time? When you disconnect from the internet, your dynamic DNS client updates the IP address on your server. When you reconnect to the internet, the new IP address is automatically sent to your client. WinIP’s client then automatically updates your home IP address in the configuration file to match the current IP address.
If the servers you want to access are not behind a dynamic DNS service, you can manually edit your host file or other configuration files and add an entry to your hosts file for the FQDN. You can do this manually in several ways by editing the config.ini file, or using WinIP’s web based configuration tool. See the WinIP Getting Started guide in our documentation for more details.
Windows Only:
WinIP is available as a Windows only tool. While there are several free dynamic DNS services to use on Windows, FreeDNS is the most powerful. It supports HTTPS, and is the only dynamic DNS service to support the newer more secure secure sockets layer

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WinIP creates a basic Domain Name System (DNS) configuration, which allows users to access your computer via your hostname. This is ideal for home users, to allow your computer to be accessed by anyone in the world.
Since WinIP is a Client-Server system, it does require a TCP/IP hostname (either locally administered or provided by the Internet Service Provider). WinIP allows users to connect to your computer via the hostname using either a Web browser or a FTP program.
– You must have an SysIP gateway/server and Client software installed and configured (see next section for more details).
– The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) must be configured in your router
– Your router must be able to handle static address assignment or DNS Domain Name System (DNS) Zone
– Your router must be able to forward packets for the Client Server communications between your SysIP gateway/server and WinIP Client.

SysIP Gateway (Server) Functions:
– SysIP Gateway must be configured with an IP address that is accessible and visible to the outside world.
– SysIP Gateway requires an internet connection that is routed to the router’s LAN interface.
– SysIP Gateway must be a router with Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) configured. The gateway will assign IP addresses to users according to the dynamic IP address leases.
– SysIP Gateway is able to publish the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) service information and cache the gateway IP address and hostname for subsequent client requests.
– SysIP Gateway is able to forward client request packets from SysIP Client to the appropriate SysIP Host (Client)
– User’s computers must have SysIP Client software to access SysIP Host (Client).
WinIP Client Functions:
– WinIP Client software must be installed on the user’s computer.
– WinIP Client software will send user request to SysIP Host (Client)
– User’s computer must have a valid SysIP Client software to access SysIP Host (Client).

SysIP Host (Client) Functions:
– SysIP Host (Client) software must be installed on the user’s computer.
– SysIP Host (Client) software will receive user request and send to SysIP Gateway.
– SysIP Host (Client) software must be configured with an IP address that is accessible and visible to the outside world

What’s New In WinIP?

What WinIP allows its customers to do is to have
a network (wired or wireless) with dynamic IP addresses but who wants to access the internet, not without any risk, via dynamic IP addresses.
With WinIP, every time you are connected to the internet,
your computer would “come back” with another IP address.

But that is the game with dynamic IP addresses.
With WinIP, you can avoid that.

WinIP allows many people to access your static hostname online by adding you to one of WinIP’s dynamic DNS management services for only a few dollars.

When that happens, your computer becomes known to the net again, worldwide, as a static hostname. Your IP address is hidden and immune to change.

And when others connect, they don’t get a dynamic IP address, but always get the “right” one for you.

How it works.

When you access the internet, your operating system looks for a “home” network, not one of the “other” IP addresses, but your “real” one.
It will then use that IP address to connect to the internet.

So, if you are on the internet, not on the Internet, your computer will give you an IP address that is the same as the one it has been given in the registration database of the local Internet service provider. The local Internet service provider is shown on your PC.

With WinIP, you can have many web sites and/or FTP servers pointing to your single IP address, so that everyone can always access them and know you are online.

Maybe I should explain one thing.

If the remote site is configured to look for the IP address of the computer, it will only get the current IP address of that computer and not the new IP address which would apply if the computer got a new IP address from WinIP.

With WinIP, you can have many web sites and/or FTP servers pointing to your single IP address, so that everyone can always access them and know you are online.

Just wondering, how does it deal with DNS? Is it simply using the DNS record to grab the IP address? Is it doing DNS resolution into your physical network, and grabbing your IP address from there?

WinIP Description:

This is just a quick explanation of what WinIP does. In a nutshell,
the WinIP Host Table is what we use to remember which site you

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