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Hi. I'm using the Inteno X5668 which is the standard ADSL 2+ router used by Telia Sonera in Scandinavia (my provider is NextGenTel in Norway). I've configured the router but DynDns is not updating my IP accordingly. My provider claims that this is outside their area of support, but a tech support guy sent me a transcript of what the router is broadcasting and that he sees no errors. Thus the problem must be with DynDns, he says. The output is difficult to display inline as hashes and other special characters are treated as formatting. Pls see a screen shot here http://screencast.com/t/82tjzKMBmtxV (I've erased my password and the current IP (which is correct)) Thursday last week I was at work in another city and manually updated the IP that is registered in DynDNS to the IP of that locaiton. Now, three days later there is no change in IP in DynDNS. FYI the Inteno X5668 is listed as supported by DynDNS (http://www.dyndnscommunity.com/questions/4163/update-clients-known-to-work-with-dyndnscom.html) Anyone that could give a shot at this?
Answer by Cry Havok · May 29, 2011 at 10:29 PM
Any update client should only send an update when: - The WAN IP changes - 25 to 30 days have passed since the last update If your WAN IP hasn't changed in the last 25 to 30 days then the lack of an update is to be expected. If you're saying it is sending updates, but they aren't working, it may mean that the update isn't correctly formatted. Are you able to share the transcript the tech support guy sent you?
Answer by RotBlitz · May 30, 2011 at 08:25 AM
Pls see a screen shot here http://screencast.com/t/82tjzKMBmtxV
This is not a transcript, but the content of two files,
/var/ddnsd.cache. The term
raathass.getmyip.comin the cache file looks weird, because it looks like a hostname, but shouldn't be. Any idea where this comes from? : http://content.screencast.com/users/Raathass/folders/Jing/media/34c98bfb-b414-4ef6-bb98-6f0e3a9a91ee/2011-05-30_0019.png