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Re: [vox] i will never again complain about DSL prices in davis
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Re: [vox] i will never again complain about DSL prices in davis

On Thursday 31 July 2003 02:25 pm, Nicole the Wonder Nerd wrote:
> Up spake Michael Wenk on Thu, Jul 31, 2003 at 02:22:33PM -0700:
> > You don't really need a static IP.  Just set up a dyndns entry, and have
> > your linux box run ddclient to update it.  It works rather well IMO. 
> > Unless you're planning on doing tunnelling, it should work just peachy.
> Pardon my ignorance, but will this work for PPPoE, too?
> Thanks
> --n twn
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Dynamic DNS is independent of the connection protocol.  Since my system is my 
gateway, I just tell it to use the external interface to determine IP.  
However, there are many different ways you can do it, so I suspect that it 
should be rather easy to get it working...


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