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The easiest way to test this is to run an NSLOOKUP command from a Terminal window.

Open a command line window (Terminal on Linux, Command Prompt on Windows) and type the following: nslookup yourhost.

Make sure you have reverse DNS zone as well, then refresh that once the address have been added whether manually or automatically.

Check out this Knowledge Base article for answers to some of the most frequent issues.

To manually update the hostname, login to your No-IP account and click Hosts/Redirects at the top left of the page.

Next to the hostname that you need to update click “Modify”.

I tried ipconfig/release, ipconfig / registerdns, it didn't update host records.

This removes the need for downloading our Dynamic Update Client.How do you trigger DNS update from a pc/vm now has new static IP? If the machine's DNS is statically configured: - It must only point to the internal DNS - It must be joined to the domain in order to authenticate using Kerberos to update. If statically configured and not joined to the domain, the client can't update if the zone is set to Secure Only. For non-joined domain DHCP clients, you can configure DHCP to update in lieu of the client updating into a Secure Only zone. For any non-Windows statically configured machine, it must support the DNS Dynamic Updates feature and the zone configured to allow Secure and Unsecure updates. If the DNS server is multihomed and not configured properly to work with multihoming, it may cause problems with Dynamic Updates. If the zone is single label name, such as 'domain' instead of the proper minimal format of 'domain.com,' 'domain.net,' etc, it will NOT update.