Give your dynamic IP a static name and use this for a hole bunch of application scenarios. AnyDNS will work with all dialup connections, like: smallband, ISDN and also broadband/cable/xDSL. For instance you want to contact your own computer from another place or perhaps you have installed an automatic router dialup? That means, that you are online and you just don't know your IP. AnyDNS updates and allocates your IP-Adress with a static AnyDNS-Name. You have only to know your AnyDNS-Name. That's all. How does it work? It's either managed with a small nifty tool (client) on your PC, or directly through our WebService. The client sends continously the actual IP-Adress, the username and password to and verifies these infos. Regards Your AnyDNS Team