But I just checked and the permissions on /etc/no-ip2should be like so It was 600, but didn.t work either, so I followed tips from the thread I linked and changed it to 644. Anyway, I rerun noip2 -C, this time with sudo (don't remember if I used sudo the first time), will see how that goes...⮀systemctl status noip2.service noip2.service - No-IP Dynamic DNS Update Client Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/noip2.service; enabled) Active: active (running) since Sat 2013-02-02 CET Process: 590 Exec Start=/usr/bin/noip2 -c /etc/no-ip2(code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS) Main PID: 600 (noip2) CGroup: name=systemd:/system/noip2.service └─600 /usr/bin/noip2 -c /etc/no-ip2while googling i found that tcp 8245 needs to be forwarded for noip client (is this really needed?Why isnt ddclient not updating or writing to my syslog. pid=/var/run/protocol=dyndns2 #use=if, if=eth0 use=web, web=checkip.dyndns.org, web-skip='IP Address' server=members.login=xxxx password=xxxx xxxx.Thanks in advance, Boyd It only "updates" and writes to syslog when an IP changes (at least on my system) ...uses the contents of ddclient.cache to determine if that's taken place...If you were to do an actual update every 300 seconds dyndns would suspend your account for abuse The IP of this system never changes, as it is always a network address, 192.168.0. But I had to submit a login and password for each one.Hey, Here is some info from my system:/etc ⮀systemctl status noip2.servicenoip2.service - No-IP Dynamic DNS Update Client Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/noip2.service; enabled) Active: active (running) since Sat 2013-01-19 CET; 10h ago Process: 397 Exec Start=/usr/bin/noip2 -c /etc/no-ip2(code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS) Main PID: 399 (noip2) CGroup: name=systemd:/system/noip2.service └─399 /usr/bin/noip2 -c /etc/no-ip2.conf__________________________________________________ /etc ⮀ l | grep no-ip2-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 152 Dec 30 no-ip2.conf__________________________________________________So my service is running, but i don't get my ip updated... 3#p1134203but I don't know what does "run noip2 -C as root" means..I did was enable the service, so "I" don't run anything..I need to configure the service somehow? Thanks,developej Well, you need to tell the client about your login info.
My server is configured as servergateway and I have double checked the authentication for my dyndns service.
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