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Old 09-01-2003, 06:44 AM   #1
akire1020
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Question DDNS Client toW2K DNS


Ok,

Arethere any DDNS linux clients that will update a remote W2K DNS server?

Ex:
Home network w/ RH9 server serving dhcp to all clients (works great!) Updates local DNS (works great!). Need to update remote DNS at my office (which hosts the domain I want to update) running on w2k.

My guess is that I need a client similar to the ez-ipupdate type clients that will figure out my fw/router ip and ddns update this at the office.

Based on my searching, I cannot find a client.


Anyone give me some advice?


Thx.


 
  


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