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Hi guys, I would like to setup multiple WAN locations (my families internet WANs) in Open DNS and use dns-o-matic as the dynamic dns service.How can I collect several IP adresses in dns-o-matic and assign them to the different network labels in my Open DNS umbrella?And if we check Google Domains: It shows it was modified at AM, so pretty close.2 seconds is within the realm of a clock being slow/fast. I am running Inadyn in Ubuntu Server Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS. I saw the log file and this line appears: Yes, is very old...t=1758930 In red appears the alphanumeric string that I mean in the last post Thanks for your time!It sits near my router in my apartment, constantly on 24/7, sipping just 10 to 15W.

Hi, I just upgraded from inadyn-mt.v. to inadyn-mt.v. and using same build/config it no longer works, always trying to use dyndns for the system (i.e.I think I could use the Google Domains protocol since ddclient supports it, but I'll skip that unless I run into issues with the dyndns2 protocol.I'll just run it once (no daemon or service) with the debugging turned on $ sudo ddclient -daemon=0 -debug -verbose -noquiet (snip) === cache ==== cache : 0 cache : 0 cache : 0 cache : @.cache : 9781cache : 1515779480 cache : cache : /nic/update cache : 0 cache : good cache : 0 cache : 0 cache : 0 cache : 30 (snip) DEBUG: proxy = DEBUG: url = DEBUG: server = checkip.CONNECT: checkip.CONNECTED: using HTTP SENDING: GET / HTTP/1.0 SENDING: Host: checkip.SENDING: User-Agent: ddclient/3.8.2 SENDING: Connection: close SENDING: RECEIVE: HTTP/1.1 200 OK RECEIVE: Content-Type: text/html RECEIVE: Server: Dyn DNS-Check IP/1.0.1 RECEIVE: Connection: close RECEIVE: Cache-Control: no-cache RECEIVE: Pragma: no-cache RECEIVE: Content-Length: 104 RECEIVE: RECEIVE: which if we plug into a epoch converter says Friday, January 12, 2018 AM.In the Google Domains section there's an option to set up dynamic DNS for a given domain name.You just specific the subdomain (I named mine 'scooter' as seen below) and pointed it to one of my domain names that I had registered with Google Domains.

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