Re: Getting a Dinamic Remote IP
You need to obtain a program called "ddclient" from the dyndns.org site,
which you run on your system. It will check to see if dyndns.org has the
correct IP address every few minutes, and tell dyndns.org about it when
On Wed, 18 May 2005, Romulo Sousa wrote:
Thanks for gimme a way to start everybody. I visited https://www.dyndns.org/
and created my account there. My doubt now is that how my ip will be
updated on dyndns's "database" all the time its changes?
For instance: if I have the following domain:
mydomain.dyndns.org -> 200.x.y.z
-> means "pointing to the public ip"
after the renew from my ISP's dhcp server:
mydomain.dyndns.org -> 200.a.b.c
how my.domain.dyndns.org is gonna "chase" the new ip provided by my
ISP in order to get the new ip from there?
Please, if I was not clear on my doubt, let me know.
By the way, I loved the joke and now I wanna make a little SOHO's
proxy. I'm studying how it works but I haven't found if I'm able to
authenticate user's from my /home/* only to use it as proxy through
mydomain.dyndns.org. In order words, I give my girlfriend
mydomain.dyndns.org as well as the port and she, and only she, can
access the proxy server after an authentication from his job for
instance. Is it possible??
Ok, I went to far. Step by step....but I would be glad if I have some
clues to start kidding around this subject.
Thank you all,
On 5/18/05, starmoon <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Sven Arvidsson wrote:
Romulo Sousa wrote:
I would like to get an remote IP. It's about my girlfriend's computer
where I share some directories and install some packages. The problem
is that all the time I need to connect via ssh into her computer I
must call her asking for its IP provided by her ISP throughout
What can I do in order to get the IP from her computer all the time
the machine is booted? Is it possible to send a message by email, SMS
or whatever way to do that? Further, her computer is connected by a
ADSL (dinamic) and my computer uses cable modem (dinamic also).
The best way to solve the problem is that she have a dynamic dns. There are
many websites supply free dynamic dns. You can find and register one. And
then install the client application on the computer in order to refresh the
ip address when she dial up. So you just only keep the domain in mind.
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