Rather than have to host an intermediate script yourself you can just use Google App Engine (which is free) to do this re-posting for you.I use this: https://cloudflare-updater.appspot.com/ Okay, you still have to call something other than Cloud Flare to issue the update but at least you don't need to run an extra host or VPS etc. It's completely transparent - only problem is that you don't get an errors returned so you need to check it's working yourself.
You may be using DD-WRT router and want to update your IP address automatically in Getflix Smart DNS network.
Wit the following instructions your dd-wrt router will check your IP address automatically and send it to your Getflix Smart DNS account and update.
Not sure about Loopia but several other providers simply blocks your IP for a period of time.
To be on the safe side use persistent storage for example a USB stick to store cache data and logs.
Do the following (Copy paste from the forum): – DDNS Service can be disabled. system=custom\&myip=$(nvram get wan_ipaddr)\&hostname= There are a few thing worth mentioning.
As cache and logs are stored i /tmp this will be cleared when the router reboots and this will force a update of your DNS at startup.
The IP address will be updated using a cronjob by sending a HTTP request to our authentication server with your unique token. You can read more about Cronjob at and are some examples: 1. Please do not share this link to any other people.2.
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Additional DDNS Options: --dyndns_system [email protected]_server_name checkip.dyndns.org:8245 / Click on "Save" and then on "Apply Settings".
The Username and Password are correct; I can log into Open DNS using them. I've done a lot of searching but most of what I find is pretty old.
Now your dd-wrt router will check and update your IP automatically every-time your router gets a new IP from your ISP minutes.