xip.name - Simple wildcard DNS inspired by xip.io

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xip.name runs a custom Domain Name Server which extracts any IP address found in the requested domain name and sends it back in the response. No, but you are welcome to donate if you find the service useful.

http://xip.name
https://github.com/peterhellberg/xip.name

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