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tutorials:mdns-tutorial [2012/01/11 18:59]
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tutorials:mdns-tutorial [2012/01/15 22:31]
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 ==== WAN IP Retrieval and Dynamic DNS (mdns) ==== ==== WAN IP Retrieval and Dynamic DNS (mdns) ====
 +**Note** that on **SDF-EU**, the command to set the dynamic address is [[faq:​basics11|"​zdns"​]],​ not mdns.
  
 There are a myriad of ways to automatically keep your **mdns** updated on SDF. Below are a couple: There are a myriad of ways to automatically keep your **mdns** updated on SDF. Below are a couple:
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 "wget http://​yourlogin.freeshell.org/​setmdns.cgi?​keyword"​\\ "wget http://​yourlogin.freeshell.org/​setmdns.cgi?​keyword"​\\
  
-where you set appropriate paths and replace the keyword according to your choice (it is currently set to '​setmdns'​). Note also that on SDF-EU, the command to set the dynamic address is "​zdns",​ not mdns.+where you set appropriate paths and replace the keyword according to your choice (it is currently set to '​setmdns'​). ​
  
 If everything is ok, the script will respond with the output of the mdns command; otherwise, it will simply echo your query. All calls are logged, including the IP of the calling host and the submitted query string. The script keeps track of the IP and runs the mdns command only if the IP has changed since the last call. If everything is ok, the script will respond with the output of the mdns command; otherwise, it will simply echo your query. All calls are logged, including the IP of the calling host and the submitted query string. The script keeps track of the IP and runs the mdns command only if the IP has changed since the last call.
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