Thanks everyone for the informations its Valuable from everyone and for everyone.
Still the idea to make the FreeBSD box doing all IPs reading, updating it self and report to me, playing in mind.. i will check more.. Again thanks for the tips, solutions, and your time. Marwan. ===================== On Wed, 28 Jan 2004 16:35:37 +0000, Peter Risdon wrote > Mike wrote: > > >>that it's his dsl router that gets the dynamic ip address, not the > >>freebsd box. Presumably, the router has a static 192.168.1.x address > >>facing the LAN and the freebsd box uses this as its gateway. I doubt > >> > >> > >you > > > > > >>can install a daemon on the router. > >> > >> > >> > >The deamon has ways to find out its external ip, so don't worry about > >installing the daemon on the router :) > > > >Mike > > > > > It does? How? The daemon will be running on the Freebsd machine, > which does not have the external ip address. I use dynamic dns > services here and there but so far as I know they all require a > daemon running on the machine which actually has the relevant > dynamic address. > > This is drifting slightly off-topic, but I'm interested to know. > > PWR. -- Marwan Sultan Network Administrator _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"