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Group :: System/Configuration/Networking
Source RPM: ddclient
Current version: 3.9.0-alt1
Built: over 1 year ago
Rebuilt: over 1 year ago
Size: 67.1 KB
Repocop status: failure
Home page:

License: GPLv2
Summary: A client to update host entries on DynDNS like services

DDclient is a small full featured client requiring only Perl and no
additional modules. It runs under most UNIX OSes and has been tested
under Linux and FreeBSD. Supported features include: operating as a
daemon, manual and automatic updates, static and dynamic updates,
optimized updates for multiple addresses, MX, wildcards, abuse
avoidance, retrying failed updates, and sending update status to
syslog and through e-mail. This release may now obtain your IP address
from any interface, web based IP detection, Watchguard's SOHO router,
Netopia's R910 router, SMC's Barricade broadband router, Netgear's
RT3xx router, Linksys' broadband routers, MaxGate's UGATE-3x00
routers, ELSA's LANCOM DSL/10 routers, Cisco's 2610, 3com 3c886a 56k
Lan Modem, SOHOWare BroadGuard NBG800, almost every other router with
user configurable FW definitions (see the sample-etc_ddclient.conf)
and now provides Full support for's NIC2 protocol. Support
is also included for other dynamic DNS services. Comes with sample
scripts for use with DHCP, PPP, and cron. See the README for more

Current maintainer: Motsyo Gennadi

List of contributors:
ACL: List of rpms provided by this srpm:
  • ddclient
Recent changes (last three changelog entries):

2019-10-03 Motsyo Gennadi 3.9.0-alt1

    - 3.9.0 (#34396)

2014-05-18 Motsyo Gennadi 3.8.1-alt2.1

    - build for Sisyphus

2014-05-08 Denis G. Samsonenko 3.8.1-alt2

    - IPv6 support patch
    - /lib/tmpfiles.d/ddclient.conf
    - /etc/rc.d/init.d/ddclientd corrected
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