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README ====== Inadyn is a simple and small DDNS client written in the C language. DDNS is a popular service for Internet users with dynamically allocated IP addresses. If your ISP provides you with a DHCP or PPPoE/PPPoA connection you risk losing your IP address every time you reconnect, or in DHCP even when the lease is renegotiated. By using a DDNS client such as inadyn you can register an Internet name at certain providers that the DDNS client updates, periodically and/or on demand when your IP changes. Inadyn can maintain multiple host names with the same IP address, and has a web based IP detection which runs well behind a NAT router. Common DDNS service providers supported by inadyn: http://www.dyndns.org http://freedns.afraid.org http://www.zoneedit.com http://www.no-ip.com http://www.easydns.com http://www.tzo.com http://www.3322.org http://www.dnsomatic.com http://www.tunnelbroker.net http://dns.he.net/ http://www.dynsip.org http://www.sitelutions.com http://www.dnsexit.com http://www.changeip.com Some of these services are free of charge for non-commercial use, others take a small fee, but also provide more domains to choose from. Multiple Accounts Support ========================= Inadyn supports updating several DDNS servers, several accounts even on different DDNS providers. The following example config file illustrates how it can be used. Feature is courtesy of Christian Eyrich <http://eyrich-net.org/programmiertes.html> background verbose 1 logfile /var/log/inadyn.log pidfile /var/run/inadyn.pid system firstname.lastname@example.org username yxxx password xyxx period 300 alias yyyy alias yyyy system email@example.com username xxyx password xxxy period 300 alias yyyy