Updating nohost the hostname

Historically there have been some conventions for naming hosts within a domain such as the web server and mail.for the email server and so on, but these are just arbitrary, you can use any host name there is no rule about using www or not, its just a convention and people are kind of used to seeing www for web sites.

But you can have mutiple web sites like web1.mydomain.com, web2.mydomain.com, test.etc.

I tried to add the update there, but seems we can't register anymore. ...

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It is actually very easy to setup additional root level web sites in IIS on your dev machine and use the hosts file to map fake host names for testing.

Its helpful to understand what the difference is between a host name and a domain name.

Replace the value in the quotations below with your host names.# To specify multiple hosts, separate them with commas.:local noiphost "hostname.no-ip.net"# Change to the name of interface that gets the dynamic IP address:local inetinterface "your_external_interface"#------------------------------------------------------------------------------------# No more changes need:local previous IPif ( [:len [/file find name=("no-ip_ddns_previousip.txt") Yes you need. no luck i triple checked user/pass are i delete the file. it does not create this host txt file any case i messed it up somewhere, recopy your entire script and entered the variable again, no luck, it still doesn't create the txt file.i thought maybe reboot would help it. free space is 76% so out of space isn't the problem. My script/schedule have : Read, Write, Test (owner 'admin')Schedule run at each 5 minutes from the startup.

and the script policy, all 8 are checked.i was going to create another no-ip account to see maybe my acc is bad, but now it somehow doesn't create that file..suggestion? My scripts it just an update from that (I did not created it). When you say the file say "nohost", you are talking about the "no-ip_ddns_previousip.txt", not the "no-ip_ddns_update-x.txt" ? You did set the "WAN" interface in the script (mine is "ether1-gateway") ?

Dynamic DNS allows domain names registered with Euro DNS to be assigned to a computer with a dynamic IP address.

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It is actually very easy to setup additional root level web sites in IIS on your dev machine and use the hosts file to map fake host names for testing.Its helpful to understand what the difference is between a host name and a domain name.Replace the value in the quotations below with your host names.# To specify multiple hosts, separate them with commas.:local noiphost "hostname.no-ip.net"# Change to the name of interface that gets the dynamic IP address:local inetinterface "your_external_interface"#------------------------------------------------------------------------------------# No more changes need:local previous IPif ( [:len [/file find name=("no-ip_ddns_previousip.txt")]] Yes you need. no luck i triple checked user/pass are i delete the file. it does not create this host txt file any case i messed it up somewhere, recopy your entire script and entered the variable again, no luck, it still doesn't create the txt file.i thought maybe reboot would help it. free space is 76% so out of space isn't the problem. My script/schedule have : Read, Write, Test (owner 'admin')Schedule run at each 5 minutes from the startup.and the script policy, all 8 are checked.i was going to create another no-ip account to see maybe my acc is bad, but now it somehow doesn't create that file..suggestion? My scripts it just an update from that (I did not created it). When you say the file say "nohost", you are talking about the "no-ip_ddns_previousip.txt", not the "no-ip_ddns_update-x.txt" ? You did set the "WAN" interface in the script (mine is "ether1-gateway") ?Dynamic DNS allows domain names registered with Euro DNS to be assigned to a computer with a dynamic IP address.

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Most Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide customers with a dynamic IP address.

Fix: Some validation was still occurring even if --no-host-dns was requested.

I seems like many people get kind of stuck on the default web site and run everything under virtual directories beneath it on their dev machine which makes an environment that is not the same as a typical production web site which is usually a root level site, and it causes problems when they later want to move a site from their dev box to a production server.

has a valid SSL certificate, so it should work fine.

The result of the update request is returned in the text/plain content of the HTTP reply.

If you are behind a transparent proxy which hides your real IP address, please try connecting to port 8180 instead of port 80 (the URL would be https://fi:8180/nic/update).