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NOIP2

NOIP2

Section: Maintenance Commands (8) Updated: October 2007
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NAME

noip2 - No-IP.com Dynamic DNS Update Client (DUC)  

SYNOPSIS

noip2 [ -C [ -F][ -Y][ -L hosts_groups][ -U #min][ -u username][ -p password][ -x progname]][ -c file][ -d][ -D pid][ -i addr][ -S][ -M][ -h]  

DESCRIPTION

The No-IP.com Dynamic DNS Update Client (DUC) periodically checks the local IP address to see if it has changed. If the IP address has changed, the client notifies the No-IP.com DNS servers and updates the IP address corresponding to the user's No-IP/No-IP+ configured hostname(s).

A valid No-IP.com account is required.

The client communicates with the No-IP.com server over TCP on port 8245 (outgoing).  

OPTIONS

-C
create configuration data file
-F
force NAT off
-Y
select all hosts/groups
-L hosts_groups
select supplied hosts/groups (Example: -L some_domain.no-ip.com,Group1,Group2,another_domain.no-ip.biz)
-U minutes
set update interval in minutes (Example: Set -U 30 for 30 minutes)
-u username
use supplied username
-p password
use supplied password
-x executable
use supplied executable
-c config_file
use alternate path to store configuration data file (Example: -c /path/to/noip2.conf_file)
-d
increase debug verbosity
-D processID
toggle debug flag for PID
-i IPaddress
use supplied address. This option is also useful to run the client once and exit.
-I interface
use supplied interface
-S
show configuration data
-M
permit multiple instances
-K processID
terminate instance PID
-z
activate shm dump code
-h
Display usage information
 

FILES

/var/lib/noip2/noip2.conf
Configuration data file, generated by running noip2 -C (binary file).
 

LICENSE

noip2 can be distributed under the terms of the GPLv2 license. A copy of the license can be found under /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL-2  

SEE ALSO

/usr/share/doc/noip2


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
FILES
LICENSE
SEE ALSO

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