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    Dynamic IP

    I have comcast cable internet at the apartment now. But they only give dynamic IP addresses. I use zoneedit for my domain names. I have been trying to get some of the various utilities that work to update the DNS servers with your changing IP, but I haven't had any luck so far.

    The problem is that I have my machine hooked to a Linksys router that act as a DHCP server which is in turn connected to the cable modem. None of the utilites I have used so far work with my configuration, because none of them can figure out my external IP wihch is all handled by the router. All the programs I have used rely on the machine the script is running on to be aware of its dynamic external IP, this isn't the case for me.

    I am taking ideas on how to solve this issue, since it looks like I am going to have to write my own solution.
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    You might want to check on the router itself. I know some of them will handle the dynamic updates for you.

    Of course the problem I ran in to is that they don't support zoneedit.

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    Adjust your router

    http://192.168.2.1

    You can set up the various IP's there. And if it works I'll be amazed

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    it might be http://192.168.1.1

    thats default.

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    If your gonna make your own solution here's a thought.

    Have a php/cgi script on a outside server (free hosting) that just outputs your ip.
    Have that output update your ip in a shell script.

    Not sure if it's possible but it almost makes sense to me.

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    Jro... read this:
    http://www.zoneedit.com/doc/dynamic.html#faq3

    I don't think you need anything other than one of these scripts.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcangeli
    Jro... read this:
    http://www.zoneedit.com/doc/dynamic.html#faq3

    I don't think you need anything other than one of these scripts.....
    Unfortunately I tried all of them before my first post and none of them worked. I am in the process of using Wildhearts idea and the Python script on zoneedit to make this happen. Hopefully I can finish it this weekend, I would really like to have this in place soon.
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    Alright, I got it. I had to hack apart their perl script to get it to work. But all is well now. I have the script run every hour and it updates the zones like it should. I am polishing it up a little, then I will post it.
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    Odds and Ends?

    JRO, JRO, that is cool, you are the poster of this quarter hour!

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