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www.everydns.net Support

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by jlaase, Jun 15, 2007.

  1. jlaase

    jlaase Network Guru Member

    Does anyone know if Tomato supports updating www.everydns.net for dynamic DNS? It looks to be a really feature rich and free dynamic DNS provider.
     
  2. GeeTek

    GeeTek Guest

    Did you try using the custom field to specify it ?
     
  3. digitalgeek

    digitalgeek Network Guru Member

    it looks to me like they want a client to update the IP for the domain... an application called tiny-edns, of course I can't find the website hosting the program...
     
  4. jlaase

    jlaase Network Guru Member

    i am going to try crafting a custom URL this weekend and see if I can get that working. I will let you know how it goes.

    Josh
     
  5. digitalgeek

    digitalgeek Network Guru Member

    I was able to use the edns windows client to update the IP for my dynamic address, but I could not get it to resolve the url back to my network...???
     
  6. digitalgeek

    digitalgeek Network Guru Member

    Was anyone able to get this service to work?
     
  7. jlaase

    jlaase Network Guru Member

    I think that I got this working. I downloaded the source for the windows client and recreated the URL that it is using to update the service. Here is the URL:

    http://<user name>:<clear text password>@dyn.everydns.net/index.php?ver=0.1&ip=@IP&domain=<your domain name>

    Please notice that it requires you to fill in a username and clear text password. Even though this seems insecure, it is no better than the other clients would be doing. They both are not secure.

    Once you have created your URL, put it in your browser (replacing @IP for your real IP) and you should get back an error message or a success message. If you get a success message, put that URL (with @IP) in the custom Dynamic DNS URL.

    Hope it works for you!

    Josh
     
  8. digitalgeek

    digitalgeek Network Guru Member

    I have created my dynamic DNS url, I can update it manully (through firefox)... I keep getting error 200 in tomato.

    I can not navigate to the domain to gain access to my network.
     
  9. jlaase

    jlaase Network Guru Member

    I do not think that 200 is an error. I think that Tomato is returning the HTTP return code. In the HTTP protocol, 200 mean success. What do you mean when you say "I can not navigate to the domain to gain access to my network.". How are you testing this?

    Thanks,

    Josh
     
  10. digitalgeek

    digitalgeek Network Guru Member

    in firefox I enter the address https://(www.)<mydomain.net>:8081/
    and I get nothing get a host unreachable error.
     
  11. digitalgeek

    digitalgeek Network Guru Member

    in firefox I enter the address https://(www.)<mydomain.net>:8081/
    and I get nothing get a host unreachable error.
     
  12. jlaase

    jlaase Network Guru Member

    Since you get Host unreachable, I have a few questions. What is your domain name, feel free to send it to me in a PM. When you bring up a command prompt and type ping <name of your domain name>, what do you see? Is it your external IP? Also, I noticed that you have a URL with HTTPS and a Port at the end. I would remove the s from HTTPS because that is just a shortcut for the browser to know to use port 443. It is not needed if you want to connect to a site with SSL.

    Thanks,

    Josh
     

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