The order of this sequence is significant because the values of any global variable definitions are bound to a host definition when the host definition is encountered.protocol=hammernode1, \ login=my-hn-login, password=my-hn-password org login=my-login, password=my-password myhost.dyndns.org,my2nd.See the file for further examples.ddclient is a Perl based script, and as such should be runnable on any system that supports Perl. This includes all Linux, Unix and BSD variants, including Mac OS X.– Generate your conf file after reading how to run ddclient Because ddclient supports multiple DDNS services, its configuration files can be fairly daunting.You can run ddclient as /usr/sbin/ddclient -daemon 300 -syslog which should be enough for most configuration.
-priority log messages to syslog with priority (default: notice). -mail-failure address e-mail messages for failed updates to .
It is small and full-featured (including HTTPS support) requiring no additional modules. Supported features include: operating as a daemon, manual and automatic updates, static and dynamic updates, optimized updates for multiple addresses, MX, wildcards, abuse avoidance, retrying failed updates, and sending update status to syslog and through email.
ddclient is a Perl based client used to update DNS entries.
-fw-skip pattern skip any IP addresses before 'pattern' on the firewall address -fw-login login use 'login' when getting IP from fw. -host host update DNS information for 'host'. -timeout max wait at most 'max' seconds for the host to respond (default: 0).
-fw-password secret use password 'secret' when getting IP from fw. -cmd-skip pattern skip any IP addresses before 'pattern' in the output of . -ssl do updates over encrypted SSL connection (default: nossl). -syslog log messages to syslog (default: nosyslog).