[freenet-support] Firewall with NAT and DynDNS

2004-03-24 Thread Christian Menz
Hi, Im running my node behind a NAT Firewall. I use a DynDNS account for updating my IP. My DynDNS alias is something like xxx.is-a-geek.org. Should I paste this into my freenet.ini as ipAddress? I tried first with just filling in my actual IP, but it didnt work after I got a new one. So I

Re: [freenet-support] Firewall with NAT and DynDNS

2004-03-24 Thread notmyrealemail
Hi, using ipAddress=xxx.is-a-geek.org works, at least for me. Remove the leading %, it is a comment sign. Also use DynDNS client to update your dynamic IP - DynDNS.org, like ddclient (if you're on linux), periodically. I am not sure, if you should also make your HOSTNAME