DynDNS updates too often

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    Have discovered that in Beta13, that DynDNS updates every 10 minutes, which causes DynDNS server to blacklist me, and evenutally remove my domain from their server.

    Where in the configs, even from terminal, can I change the update frequency?

    Can this option be added in future version? From experience, DynDNS only needs to be updated every 30 days.

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    are you using net balancer? It runs a check to see if your IP has changed before it does an update, and actually I believe I manually changed that interval to make it higher. But it wont do an update unless it sees your IP has changed, and if you use net balancer you will need to make sure it can only access the 3 ips for the ‘checkip.dyndns.org’ site for the IP you want it to use. In the balancing rules you can set those 3 ips to only leave a certain interface. If ones down it will go out the other but unless your interface gos down every minute there shouldnt be a problem anymore.

    I made big assumptions here that you might be using net balancer since I had this same blacklist problem, if your not I apologize for wasting your time. 🙂

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    @dr1 wrote:

    are you using net balancer? It runs a check to see if your IP has changed before it does an update, and actually I believe I manually changed that interval to make it higher. But it wont do an update unless it sees your IP has changed, and if you use net balancer you will need to make sure it can only access the 3 ips for the ‘checkip.dyndns.org’ site for the IP you want it to use. In the balancing rules you can set those 3 ips to only leave a certain interface. If ones down it will go out the other but unless your interface gos down every minute there shouldnt be a problem anymore.

    I made big assumptions here that you might be using net balancer since I had this same blacklist problem, if your not I apologize for wasting your time. 🙂

    Hi, no not using net balancer, but thanks for taking the time to respond.

    Because of workload, I have been forced to fall back to IPCop (good thing ZeroShell runs from CD 🙂 ) which isn’t bad because I also like IPCop.

    I’ll keep an eye on ZS and I hope to try migrating again at a more convenient time.

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