It checks every 12 hours (--update_period_sec 43200). Here's the status when it updates: Fri Sep 26 2014: I: INADYN: IP address for alias 'zzz.com' needs update to 'nnn.nn' Fri Sep 26 2014: DYNDNS my Request: GET /Remote Update.sv?login=xxx&password=yyy&host=HTTP/1.0 Authorization: Basic YWdpb XVsb2dp Yzsf X0RO90V4a XRf C0Fy ZWE3MV9f Host: update.User-Agent: inadyn advanced/1.96-ADV [email protected] Sep 26 2014: I: INADYN: Alias 'zzz.com' to IP 'nnn.nn' updated successfully.
Or am I supposed to be checking those logs to determine whether my IP has been changed, manually doing the update with dnsexit?
Fri Sep 26 2014: W: INADYN: DYNDNS Server response: HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Fri, GMT Server: Apache/2.2.3 (Cent OS) Connection: close Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8 Content-Language: sv HTTP/1.1 200 OK 1=IP is the same as the IP on the system I had expected the username and password would be automatically replaced in the URL command.
Perhaps there is some keywords that would be replaced automatically, but I couldn't find them.
I use DNSExit and here's what I have: DDNS Service: Custom DYNDNS Server: update.Username: xxx Password: yyy Hostname: URL: /Remote Update.sv?
login=xxx&password=yyy&host= Additional DDNS Options: --verbose 5 --update_period_sec 43200 --ip_server_name / Do not use external ip check: Yes Force Update Interval: 7 xxx, yyy, and are of course replacements for my real username, password, hostname and IP.