Use the Simply.com DDNS-service to keep a DNS record, on your domain, updated with your current IP-address.
Use the following syntax to call the DDNS Service.
|apikey||Required||The API key for the Simply.com account. Found in our controlpanel.|
|domain||Required||The name of the domain you wish to update. Should be in punycode format.|
|hostname||Required||The name of the A record you wish to update.|
|myip||Optional||The IP-address to set the DNS record to. If this field is not the provided the IP of the client (
|dnserr||Something went wrong|
|nochg||The record is already set to the IP given.|
|abuse||The record has been updated/changed too many times in a given period.|
|good||The record has been updated|
Use the following curl command to set
home.example.com to the external IP of the requesting client:
# curl -s -L "https://api.simply.com/ddns.php?apikey=APIKEY&domain=example.com&hostname=home"
You can set this command to run in a crontab, on a local machine, every 15 minutes or so.
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