And I would like to implement INADYN to update my changing IP adress to FREEDNS, however, it does not works and google it a lot..have no idea. I: INADYN: IP address for alias '' needs update to '1.207' W: INADYN: Error validating DYNDNS svr answer. W: INADYN: DYNDNS Server response: HTTP/1.1 200 OK Server: nginx Date: Wed, GMT Content-Type: text/plain Connection: close Vary: Accept-Encoding Cache-Control: no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate Expires: Mon, GMT Last-Modified: Wed, GMT Cache-Control: post-check=0, pre-check=0 Pragma: no-cache ERROR: Invalid update URL W:'RC_DYNDNS_RSP_NOTOK' (0x48) updating the IPs.

This client should be stopped and corrected for configuration errors, and restarted...

********************************************************************** Mar 29 nas INADYN[45924]: Fri Mar 29 2013: W: INADYN: DYNDNS Server response: HTTP/1.1 200 OK^M Server: nginx^M Date: Fri, GMT^M Content-Type: text/plain^M Content-Length: 30^M Connection: close^M Vary: Accept-Encoding^M Cache-Control: no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate^M Cache-Control: post-check=0, pre-check=0^M Pragma: no-cache^M Expires: Mon, GMT^M X-Cache: MISS^M ^M ERROR: Invalid update URL (2) Mar 29 nas INADYN[45924]: Fri Mar 29 2013: W: DYNDNS: Failed updating alias table...

Mar 29 nas INADYN[45924]: Fri Mar 29 2013: W:'RC_DYNDNS_RSP_CONFIG' (0x49) updating the IPs.

I'm trying to configure Dynamic DNS client on my router with dd-wrt (v24-sp2) firmware so it would dynamically change IP address in one of the DNS records. Here is an example request from their ddclient configuration: ' Tue Jan 24 2012: W: INADYN: Error validating DYNDNS svr answer. (HTTP/1.1 303 See Other Server: cloudflare-nginx Date: Mon, GMT Content-Type: text/plain Connection: close Expires: Sun, GMT Cache-Control: no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate, post-check=0, pre-check=0 Pragma: no-cache Location: https://

Rather than have to host an intermediate script yourself you can just use Google App Engine (which is free) to do this re-posting for you.

I use this: Okay, you still have to call something other than Cloud Flare to issue the update but at least you don't need to run an extra host or VPS etc. It's completely transparent - only problem is that you don't get an errors returned so you need to check it's working yourself. Can I setup my when I have a dynamic external ip adress (no router) and if so whats needed to make it work?a=DIUP&u=; expires=Mon, 23-Dec-2019 GMT; path=/; domain=You must include an `a' paramiter, with a value of DIUP|wl|chl|nul|ban|comm_news|devmode|sec_lvl|ipv46|ob|cache_lvl|fpurge_ts|async|pre_purge|minify|stats|direct|zone_check|zone_ips|zone_errors|zone_agg|zone_search|zone_time|zone_grab|app|rec_se I don't think you can set it up where DD-WRT calls Cloud Flare directly.The way I have it configured is to have DD-WRT call a PHP script on a remote web server, which then detects the client IP and sends the update request to Cloud Flare via their API.Instead of using HTTP basic auth I just use a random key.Make sure you create the DNS entry for the domain name you want to update on Cloud Flare; the DIUP action parameter will only update the IP for an entry that already exists. I had to fix your code a little bit because it couldn't detect my IP address correctly. Here's the result - https://gist.github‌​.com/3149751. If you want to execute the update from your router then there is no getting around the fact that you need a little extra 'something' in the middle to convert your call into the Cloud Flare format (if only DNS-O-Matic would add them to their supported services...).