Simple Dynamic DNS is a very light and simple set of Perl scripts to provide DNS support for users with dynamic IPs. The server is a CGI which waits for a client connection, then authenticates and changes the user IP. The cron script will check every N minutes for changes in the zones specified in the config files, and if any, it rebuilds the Bind zone from the latests updated IPs.
|Tags||Networking Internet DNS Utilities Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A new parameter was introduced in order to have some way to explicitly tell the server what IP the DNS record should point at (ip=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX). sddns-client.pl now sends this command along the query string to the sdds-server.pl cgi in the Web server. The server includes compatibility with previous versions of sddns-client.pl which do not send the 'ip' parameter, taking the value from the enviromental variable 'REMOTE_ADDR'.
Release Notes: The SDDNS client was modified in order to make it easier to include support for other OSes. BSD support has been added. The code changed is related to the behaviour of route and ifconfig.
No changes have been submitted for this release.