Dynamic DNS

From: Fabio Soldati (fabio.soldati@otium.ch)
Date: Tue Jan 15 2002 - 10:15:53 CET


Many people have a dynamic IP address at home. This is probably good to
save IP addresses. But if you want to run your muLinux as a server,
itís a disadvantage.
Dynamic DNS is a fine workaround for this problem. Iíve tested the
dynamic DNS service from Deerfield.com Ė itís free and it works with
muLinux, unfortunately just with the libc6 support form the Perl addon.

HowTo:
  1. Create an account at http://www.dns2go.com.
  2. Download the linux dns2go-client from there.
      - Just copy the dns2go file to /bin
  3. Start the client and create the default config file.
  4. Adjust the dns2go.conf file to your account and probably you
      must change the IP address of the dns2go server to: 63.64.164.92.
  5. Thatís all. Now you have your own address like:
      http://www.xxx.dns2go.com.

Fabio

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