Saturday, October 2, 2004, 5:20:49 PM, you wrote:
JG> The DynDNS client in m0n0wall doesn't support no-ip the last time I
JG> checked. Your options are to either run the no-ip.org client behind
JG> the m0n0wall (which *does* work, even with NAT), or change to use
JG> another provider. I opted for changing to use another provider, and
JG> let my no-ip.org names expire.
I did something similar .. I've registered a new domain on a supported
Dynamic DNS provider and changed all the old no-ip's domain not to be
an A record but instead to a CNAME pointing to the new domain.
In fact I -now- have a fixed IP address so it wasn't a real problem ..
ThX to everybody... :-)
>> I'm quite new to M0n0wall and I'm migrating from IPCop ..
>> Previously I had all my dyndns records on no-ip.org and now I'm
>> searching a way to update my records with m0n0wall ..
>> I've seen many different DynDNS services but I couldn't figure
>> out how to update a no-ip.org record ..
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