To run at a server which has a dynamic IP and cloudflare service. It can dynamic modify your DNS record by your realtime IP address.
It's a NODE.JS based project (or even a tool).
Your server is running under a dynamic IP? Want something to modify DNS record to the real-time IP address automatically? Maybe DloucFlare can help you. In fact, Zanarberry is using it.
But first of all, you should have a CloudFlare account. We use the first and last letter of
Dynamic to put on
Cloud, so we get DloucFlare.
Go http://www.cloudflare.com and register for an account. But I think you'd better to know the detail information or features of CloudFlare before you use it.
Add your own domain on CloudFlare and do as it said.
After you set up your own domain settings on CloudFlare, you can use DloucFlare now.
Go to your own NODE.JS project directory and get this package from
$ cd /your/path $ npm install dlouc-flare
And then create your
app.js. The code is very simple:
var dloucflare = require("dlouc-flare"); var df = dloucflare.create("email@example.com", "API KEY", "doma.in"); df.dynamicDomains([ "sub1", "sub2", "..." ], CHECK_ROUND_TIME);
Just start up this
app.js. If you want it run at the backend, you can use
$ nohup node app.js > foo.log 2>&1 &
If you want contribute to this project, you can fork it!
And if you have some question, you can post it to ISSUES or contact me:
- Email: admin#xcoder.in
- Website: http://xcoder.in
This project is working for my own ZSG. Because it's China Mobile Broadband, so maybe China Telecom Broadband can't access to it.