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Server Has To Contact Me ;-)
Subject: Server Has To Contact Me ;-)
Author: IneX    Posted: 2004-12-17 15:30:21    Length: 696 byte(s)
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Me and a friend, we have a SuSe Linux Server hosted at his grandparents house. Everything works fine, but there's that little problem with the server IP (not static!).

So, we do not have time to go to the grandparent's house every time the server gets a new IP address. We need the server to contact us as soon as it got a new IP address.

I thought about programming a little app, that sends frequently (or after an IP change) the new server IP to my machine at home. But somehow this is quite a bad solution, I think. I guess there must be something much easier.

Does anyone know how to solve this server-non-static-ip-problem? Thank you!
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Subject: Server Has To Contact Me ;-)
Author: KnightMare    Posted: 2004-12-17 22:23:02    Length: 71 byte(s)
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use this here.....
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Subject: Server Has To Contact Me ;-)
Author: truviet911    Posted: 2004-12-31 21:16:46    Length: 214 byte(s)
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you could go to no-ip.com and register an acocount and dl the dymanic tool and instlal on your system . and everytime you're restart the computer it will automatically update your ip for you . hope this help .
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Subject: Server Has To Contact Me ;-)
Author: IneX    Posted: 2005-01-01 07:40:59    Length: 64 byte(s)
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thanks guys for your help! we decided to do it with dyndns.
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