No ip client not updating
If your ip changes and you try to access me again your computer may uses a local cache and try to contact .13 again and not the new address.Thats why you should try a ping it will resolve the address and show you to wich ip you try to connect when you enter the url.Process 705, started as noip2, (version 2.1.9) Using configuration from /usr/local/etc/no-ip2Last IP Address set Account [email protected] for: host bonobo1985.Updating every 30 minutes via /dev/eth0 with NAT enabled.This script was designed to utilize the No-IP Update API which offers direct access to No-IP's DNS update system. Create a new script named no-ip_ddns_update The following permissions are required for this script to run: # No-IP automatic Dynamic DNS update #--------------- Change Values in this section to match your setup ------------------ # No-IP User account info :local noipuser "your_no-ip_user" :local noippass "your_no-ip_pass" # Set the hostname or label of network to be updated. Replace the value in the quotations below with your host names.Yesterday I've created a noip account, I've downloaded the updater client (DUC), I've configured them, and when I've tryied to browse "me" all worked fine...When my WAN IP changes, the DUC client quickly updates it in few minutes, and in my account on I can see that it is also refreshed properly.
For example, if your network configuration is not ready when running the DUC Client, this can crash it with useless error messages.I personally use No-IP for historic reason since I have my free account for at least 10 years.