[mythtv-users] OT: dsl web proxy and MythWeb
mwahal at gmail.com
Tue Jul 12 18:49:26 EDT 2005
check your router also. some router do come equiped with dyndns service.
for eg my dlink 614+ has dyndns functionality builtin. I just need to
give my dyndns username and password. The router does rest of the work
:-) Everytime IP changes, router will log onto dyndns site and update
the IP address. No need to run client on any dedicated machine.
On 7/12/05, Michael T. Dean <mtdean at thirdcontact.com> wrote:
> Dan Littlejohn wrote:
> >On 7/12/05, Poul Petersen <petersp at mail.alleft.com> wrote:
> >>>I have been playing with MythWeb and it works well, but I have a DSL
> >>>connection with a NAT router. If I reboot my router I may get a
> >>>different IP address so I might have to chase the IP all the time with
> >>>the port forward trick.
> >>>Does anyone have suggestions for this? I have a website and was
> >>>hoping there was a small piece of server/client code that the MythWeb
> >>>Server could call home to (the website) or I vaguely remember hearing
> >>>about a service that did something like this.
> >> Why not use dynamic DNS?
> >Just what I was looking for.
> And ddclient...
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