i would certainly call this a recommendation for using NoIP.
also it would be a matter of fact there would be a delay in the dns tables across the internet depending on where the change was injected, if it was injected directly into NoIP’s table and thats where storj translate the dns names, then there would be zero latency.
i’m unaware of exactly how high the latency would be on the global dns update, but from what a previous post about a similar issue discovered his latency being 5-10minutes before the dns ip was updated.
so i don’t understand what you mean, it’s from my understanding a pretty important point i’m trying to make.
which can give people up to 10 minutes of latency before their ip matches their dns name as seen from storj labs satellites perspective.
i will however concede that the pc application vs the router updating the dns table could also cause such latencies… which i totally didn’t think about until now…