How to configure tinydyndns
How to provide a failover solution
The tinydyndns-conf program
The tinydyndns-update program
The tinydyndns-data program
A fake-pop3d script
A fake-pop3 script
There is a pop-before-dyndns service running on dyn.smarden.org. This service knows about the dynamic hostname floyd.dyn.smarden.org and handles it respectively. Simply connect to the POP mailbox firstname.lastname@example.org with your favorite POP3 client to update the DNS record floyd.dyn.smarden.org. Don't worry, the POP mailbox always is empty, you never get mail from it.
Easy to remember:
$ telnet dyn.smarden.org 110 Trying a.b.c.d... Connected to dyn.smarden.org. Escape character is '^]'. +OK <email@example.com> USER floyd +OK PASS guest +OK QUIT Connection closed by foreign host. $Check the dynamic hostname:
$ dnsipq floyd.dyn.smarden.orgThe output should contain your system's IP address.
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