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If my lease is not renewed and I am given a new IP address (assume that I dont re-boot) is there a way I can run an application - i.e. I want to drop my firewall and use my new ip address parsing the address from the RH 7.3 file in /etc/dhcpc called dhcpd-eth0.info. My parsing script would be called from /etc/rc.d/rc.local, at boot, but I want to call the parsing script if my ip address changes.
I'm not sure if this will help much, but check out the clients at dyndns.org, one is written in perl and I think it can detect a change in ip address, I would check that out and see how it is written to get an idea of how to make this work