I know that the primary response by support staff here for all Tickets discussing DHCP is to "Get a Static IP" period, full-stop. However...
I am thinking about trying the Virtualmin => Addresses and Networking => Dynamic IP Update feature while I'm still in the dev stages of my projects. I'm searching around for Dynamic DNS Services, and it's hard to tell if the only option in the list
DynDNS is still in business. I'm already regretful for switching my least important domain from
www.changeip.com; they don't have/allow CAA or TLSA records. While searching for better options, I looked at this page https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/5-best-dynamic-dns-providers-can-lookup-fr... which in their No-IP section claimed DynDNS is gone, but that URL exists despite it just forwarding to
dyn.com. That could be the same thing, but I don't know if I should try because Virtualmin only gives one choice and I don't get confidence that it will work.
I'm considering https://www.dynu.com/ https://www.noip.com/ and https://dyn.com/ as of today.
I'm very willing to be a test-dummy for improving this module of Virtualmin.
I could be wrong, but I think that with the way big players are screwing up the world, more individuals are going to break-into the self-serves services market. Federated social media and cloud services are powerful and open source. I think the Virtualmin organization might want to make a path for the new market that's waiting to happen.
Like how about this feature of NextCloud https://apps.nextcloud.com/apps/sensorlogger where I'm fairly certain some of the potential sensors being monitored will be behind DHCP connections. Shouldn't Virtualmin get ahead of this type of thing?