do you mean you don;t want it yoor address to look like:
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rather http://www.somezizratdomain.com ?
Its a NO-IP issue - *as they provide your DNS *that was why I was referring to a Domain Name - in order to use a sub-domain or host name in a URL, you have to use the nameservers pointed to in the registrars record. and that would be the NO-IP nameservers as you don't have a static IP. (its the same iwtgh DynDNS(
"In January 2001 No-IP began offering paid managed DNS services which allowed users to set up dynamic DNS using their own domain name"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No-IP
If you are on theior FREE paln - then you neeed thishttp://www.no-ip.com/services/managed_d ... c_dns.html