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DynDNS

Discussion in 'Tarifa Firmware' started by stedy6, Nov 20, 2005.

  1. stedy6

    stedy6 Network Guru Member

    Hello I have a bit odd setup for my internet connection. From my ISP I got a Router, and from that router I have connected my WRT54G router.(WAN port WRT54G).
    If I try to use the build in DynDns client at my WRT54G I only rapport to Dyndns the ip: 10.0.0.4..
    But when I use a DynDns client from a computer connected to the WRT54G i got the correct Wan Ip-address. Is it a way to go around this problem so my WRT54G rapport the real wan address?
     
  2. jchuit

    jchuit Network Guru Member

    cascading NAT routers.

    To stedy6

    The correct way to configure your network is to switch the router that you have from your isp to Bridge mode. Your WRT54G will then have direct acces to the internet.

    At this moment you have cascaded two NAT-routers, and this can give a lot of trouble, I think.

    Greetings,
    Jchuit
     
  3. stedy6

    stedy6 Network Guru Member

    Re: cascading NAT routers.

    can't se this solve my problem :) I have no trouble beside this dyndns error. With this router configuration I have two separated LAN networks whit NAT. Guess I have to use a DynDNS client on my server in the future as I do now.
    But thx for the answer any way
     
  4. stedy6

    stedy6 Network Guru Member

    I got a solution for my own question. I tried to cross compile inadyn for mips and i could execute the file on my WRT54G but got some strange error codes.. Found an ipk package at http://tracker.openwrt.org/packages/ download this on my vmware player running gentoo, and unpacked this. Moved the binary file over to my web server and wget it to my WRT54G.
    but it looks like the program stop when I log of telnet.. any soulotions?


    cross compiling inadyns1.96 works. and i use the --background option for inadyn. now it's working, i think...
     
  5. jchuit

    jchuit Network Guru Member

    Telnet is a standard-shell, where the input and output is redirected to an extenal terminal (vt100). When you stop the shell the processes are terminated too.

    Maybe is it better to start it in Rc_startup.

    I found a nice webpage: http://www.cs.unb.ca/courses/cs2403/lab22002.rtf

    Greetings,
    Jchuit
     

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