Hi I have a Cisco 877w router that I have setup with DYNDNS, I was using the built in update client but it has an issue where it will only run it on router start up, and something my PPP session drops and comes up with a new IP and it wouldn't update it.
Now I'm using TCL scripts with HE.net and trying to use them for DYNDNS but it cant login with the API method of http://username:password@ , I was wondering if you would consider allowing username and password (maybe even hashed, but not necessary) in the trailing parameters section. he.net allows either method to be used and it would be helpful for implementations that cant login with the given method.
Thanks Brandon Jackson
You'd have to ask DynDNS directly about that - this being primarily a user to user forum.
answered Oct 07 '11 at 08:17 PM
Cry Havok ♦
The URI convention of "http://username:password@domain" is really just an outdated convenience piece. It's handy if you can use it, but it's by no means necessary.
You can read all about it in the usual places.
Hope that helps.
answered Dec 07 '11 at 03:43 PM