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July 9, 2005 | Computers
I guess I really should set up some automatic scripting to renew that dyndns account… not sure yet how long I was down, or if anyone noticed, but now my little corner of the world is back up and running.
That is all.
Full report on the vacation to follow.
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Why don’t you use ddclient? Hehe, I like that little logo there, I am a statistic. 🙂
Why don’t I use it?
I noticed! I noticed!
I’d definitely suggest ddclient to. I’ve been running it sporadically for a long time now. But the server has it running since about 6 months non stop. On the contrary to DNSUpdate, it does not hang the system, is very reliable and much more tweakable. Also, maybe getting a domain name and using zoneedit’s (www.zoneedit.com) free (up to 5 domains!) DynDns services is good idea!? (or using your own domain name with dyndns subdomains)
My 2 cents anyways…
xSmurf, July 12, 2005 9:27 am | permalink
I didn’t know of ZoneEdit… I might have to do that if its still free and lets me use a domain name.
Thanks for the tip Mr. Smurf.
Shawn, I think I yelled Zoneedit 50 million times in front of your face using something called, EMAIL! 😛
Hm, I just checked my old email and haven’t found that yelling yet…
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