On Mon, 4 Oct 2004 12:34:52 +0200, Malte S. Stretz
<msquadrat dot nospamplease at gmx dot net> wrote:
> On Sunday 03 October 2004 18:52 CET gramels wrote:
> > http://wiki.m0n0.ch/wikka.php?wakka=ElevenTwo
> > might help
> | m0n0wall updates the dynamic hostname of the external interface with the
> | program ez-ipupdate which is lightweight and does it's job. However, it
> | ist not capable of updating more than one hostname [...]
> On Debian it is possible to update more than one dynamic IP with the
> ez-ipupdate init script -- it simply looks for several config files
> in /etc/ez-ipupdate. Each one triggers its own instance of the executable,
> each with its own PID and cache files. With a bit of hacking it should be
> possible to do this with m0n0, too.
That should probably say "as implemented in m0n0wall, it is not
capable of updating more than one hostname". I just committed that to
the Users Guide last night, I'll review it later and change it.
I know for a fact if you set up multiple config files, and run
multiple instances of ez-ipupdate, it will update multiple hostnames.
I've done it on FreeBSD (not m0n0wall) before.