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Re: Dynamic DNS (DDNS) for non-local workstations

I was thinking along the lines of something like DynDNS.org, or
TZO.com... but I didn't want them managing my domain entirely. I've setup DDNS within an office before, but being able to include services

from pcs outside would REALLY be great...

Any idea how I might go about throwing the concept at the folks on
Developer Net?
-Ryan



Andy Konecny wrote:
> In article <3vfsa.8203$jU.7538@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, Ryan

Maizel
> wrote:
>
>>Is there any way to provide Dynamic DNS support to a workstation

that
>>ISN'T serviced by the associated DHCP server?
>>

>
> Not typically by design
> but I have seen that done insecurely with some CGI scripting to BIND


> running on BSD
> With some programming I'm sure it could be done but it is certainly


> outside the current norm and best practices.
>
> If someone comes up with the right bits to do this securely with
> NetWare's DNS, please share.
>
>
> Andy Konecny
> Ainsworth Inc. in Toronto
> [sometimes being certifiable is more fun than being certified :]
>





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Re: Dynamic DNS (DDNS) for non-local workstations

In article <3EB2F033.5090309@netscape.net>, Ryan Maizel wrote:
> being able to include services
> from pcs outside would REALLY be great...
>

Yes that would, now to figure out how and then share back with the
community

> Any idea how I might go about throwing the concept at the folks on > Developer Net?
>

Not an area I frequent, but I have passed a note on to the guy who
threw that system together to come visit here. Then I'll know if I
remember the details right if Rob pops in here.


Andy Konecny
Ainsworth Inc. in Toronto
[sometimes being certifiable is more fun than being certified :]




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