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Any suggestion what I need to change to get ddclient working with noip.com?

The ddclient daemon will read the IP of the interface you specified and send it to the servers.

If you have decided to use ddclient then take a look at the following config file.

The few last lines are the host name you will be registering as: ############################################ #### BEGIN ############################################ daemon=3600 # check every x seconds syslog=yes # log update msgs to syslog mail=root # mail all msgs to root mail-failure=root # mail failed update msgs to root pid=/var/run/# record PID in file.

#proxy=proxy.server.com:8080 # local proxy server (do not use with ssl) #ssl=yes # ddclient 3.7.0 and above support ssl updates use=if, if=fxp0 # via interfaces login=USERNAME # default login password=PASSWD # default password wildcard=no # add wildcard CNAME?

if you are going to setup a mail server or a spamd daemon on port 25 or the SMTP port then you may want to enable the mx argument.

If you leave it in, even if you do not have anything listening on the mail port 25 it will not hurt anything.

Option 2: If you have a Linux or BSD based firewall then you could use a package called "ddclient" and configure one file called .

Once the package is installed you need only fill out the file and start the service.

daemon=3600 will check to see if your ip has changed once every hour or 3600 seconds.

syslog=yes logs all messages to syslog mail=root and mail-failure=root will mail all changes and errors to root.

wildcard=no The wildcard directive is there if you want to allow all hosts that point to *.calomel.to point to your machine.

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