I'm about to buy a domain, just for a personal website, where the availability is not that crucial at all.
As of now, I don't have a static, public IP.
My question is, if I could buy the domain (e.g.
example.com) and configure it to point to my DynDNS (or equivalent services) domain name (e.g.
mocksite.dyndnsprov.com), ultimately allowing someone to visit
example.com, without having the DynDNS name apparent in the browser?
For instance, with the scenario in place, when someone enters
example.com in their browser, the domain resolves to
mocksite.dyndnsprov.com, which again resolves to my current public home IP address. The user is shown the content hosted on my home server and is displayed the
example.com address in the address bar of his browser.