I have an server that has a dynamic IP address and is accessible over SSH. On the server, a script uploads a text file containing the server's public IP address to a web location whenever that address ...
I have one subdomain (dyndns). xyz.dyndns.com (f.e.) Here my question begins: I have a server for virtualisation. On the server I have multiple VMs where different web-services are available ...
If i ssh to my remote OpenWrt router ["via DynDNS"] I get the message @ WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED! @ Ok, i delete the old line in ~/.ssh/known_hosts, add the new one ...
I have an OpenWrt 10.03, and I need to update my dynamic DNS account (e.g., OpenDNS or DYNDNS) when my IP changes. How can I do this from the terminal?