Validating dyndns svr answer
Allows the use of unknown DNS services that accept HTTP updates. Max is 10 days '--update_period_sec': how often the IP is checked. [in sec] '--log_file': log file path abd name '--background': run in background.
If no proxy is wanted, then it is enough to set the dyndns system. '--dyndns_server_url': full URL relative to Dyn DNS server root. hostname= '--dyndns_system': [NAME] - optional DYNDNS service type. output to log file or to syslog '--verbose': set dbg level.
Instead of using HTTP basic auth I just use a random key.
I'm trying to configure Dynamic DNS client on my router with dd-wrt (v24-sp2) firmware so it would dynamically change IP address in one of the DNS records. Here is an example request from their ddclient configuration: ' Tue Jan 24 2012: W: INADYN: Error validating DYNDNS svr answer. (HTTP/1.1 303 See Other Server: cloudflare-nginx Date: Mon, GMT Content-Type: text/plain Connection: close Expires: Sun, GMT Cache-Control: no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate, post-check=0, pre-check=0 Pragma: no-cache Location: https://
a=DIUP&u=; expires=Mon, 23-Dec-2019 GMT; path=/; domain=You must include an `a' paramiter, with a value of DIUP|wl|chl|nul|ban|comm_news|devmode|sec_lvl|ipv46|ob|cache_lvl|fpurge_ts|async|pre_purge|minify|stats|direct|zone_check|zone_ips|zone_errors|zone_agg|zone_search|zone_time|zone_grab|app|rec_se I don't think you can set it up where DD-WRT calls Cloud Flare directly.
D-Link router owners got a reprieve, as D-Link had previously partnered with Dyn to offer limited free DDNS services for D-Link users.
However, could claim they were a D-Link user and use the free service…