> Michael Conry wrote:
>> I don't use smoothwall, but I do use ddclient to update dyndns
>> records. Don't know if this tool is part of smoothwall, or if
>> smoothwall has some other equivalent utility. It's a stand alone
>> perl-script, so you could just put it into the crontab for 23rd of
>> the month or whatever, and force an update.
>>> I find it a lot more useful to run ddclient as a daemon. You can
> configure it to check locally for a change in IP at an interval of your
> choosing (I go with 5 minutes) and only update as required. If you force
> updates with no changes too often it can be construed as abuse, although
> once a month certainly doesn't fall into this category :)
Whats the syntax for ddclinet to login to dyndns?
Specifically username & password?
It has neither a man nor an info page.
I've tried :
(I keep getting invalid login errors, and I'm using the account I setup)
> ICQ:139064407 Jabber:fuzzbucket at jabber.org Yahoo:rapidyokes
If I can get this working (and not loose my mailserver), then I will be
making the move (unless my ISP gives me a better deal that is).
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