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    Back in elementary school you learnt the difference between nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.These "word classes" are not just the idle invention of grammarians, but are useful categories for many language processing tasks.Your IP address must change for an update to be logged.In order to keep your No-IP Free account active (even if your IP address has NOT changed), you must update your host every 30 days.This is important if you want to use your Raspberry Pi as a server.I personally use No-IP for historic reason since I have my free account for at least 10 years.If my PPPo E IP changes, it just runs noip2 once to notify them to update and also posts the IP change to syslog. TTL is apparently 60 seconds (to expire from DNS cache), but not sure how often noip2 running as a daemon contacts them to grab your public IP.I use a Perl script as a daemon with LWP module to poll/parse the web interface of my DSL modem/router every 5 minutes and it logs to syslog hourly. /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "

    Back in elementary school you learnt the difference between nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.These "word classes" are not just the idle invention of grammarians, but are useful categories for many language processing tasks.Your IP address must change for an update to be logged.In order to keep your No-IP Free account active (even if your IP address has NOT changed), you must update your host every 30 days.This is important if you want to use your Raspberry Pi as a server.I personally use No-IP for historic reason since I have my free account for at least 10 years.If my PPPo E IP changes, it just runs noip2 once to notify them to update and also posts the IP change to syslog. TTL is apparently 60 seconds (to expire from DNS cache), but not sure how often noip2 running as a daemon contacts them to grab your public IP.I use a Perl script as a daemon with LWP module to poll/parse the web interface of my DSL modem/router every 5 minutes and it logs to syslog hourly. /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### ####################################################### #! /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### Guys I don't see that its working after installing everything and letting one day (after reboot) The date now: 19/DEC/2012 NO IPs Last Update: 2012-12-17 PST How can I debug to see whats wrong?

    ||

    Back in elementary school you learnt the difference between nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.

    These "word classes" are not just the idle invention of grammarians, but are useful categories for many language processing tasks.

    Your IP address must change for an update to be logged.

    In order to keep your No-IP Free account active (even if your IP address has NOT changed), you must update your host every 30 days.

    This is important if you want to use your Raspberry Pi as a server.

    I personally use No-IP for historic reason since I have my free account for at least 10 years.

    If my PPPo E IP changes, it just runs noip2 once to notify them to update and also posts the IP change to syslog. TTL is apparently 60 seconds (to expire from DNS cache), but not sure how often noip2 running as a daemon contacts them to grab your public IP.

    I use a Perl script as a daemon with LWP module to poll/parse the web interface of my DSL modem/router every 5 minutes and it logs to syslog hourly. /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### ####################################################### #! /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### Guys I don't see that its working after installing everything and letting one day (after reboot) The date now: 19/DEC/2012 NO IPs Last Update: 2012-12-17 PST How can I debug to see whats wrong?

    " in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage:

    The No-IP team provides a little program called the Dynamic DNS Update (DUC) Client.

    DUC continually checks for IP address changes in the background and automatically updates the DNS at No-IP dynamic DNS whenever it changes.

    This program can be usable under Raspbian without any modifications, only the part for setting up the service is a little touchy. The first thing to perform is getting and compiling the client.

    Yesterday I've created a noip account, I've downloaded the updater client (DUC), I've configured them, and when I've tryied to browse "me" all worked fine...

    When my WAN IP changes, the DUC client quickly updates it in few minutes, and in my account on I can see that it is also refreshed properly.

    " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### ####################################################### #! /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "

    Back in elementary school you learnt the difference between nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.These "word classes" are not just the idle invention of grammarians, but are useful categories for many language processing tasks.Your IP address must change for an update to be logged.In order to keep your No-IP Free account active (even if your IP address has NOT changed), you must update your host every 30 days.This is important if you want to use your Raspberry Pi as a server.I personally use No-IP for historic reason since I have my free account for at least 10 years.If my PPPo E IP changes, it just runs noip2 once to notify them to update and also posts the IP change to syslog. TTL is apparently 60 seconds (to expire from DNS cache), but not sure how often noip2 running as a daemon contacts them to grab your public IP.I use a Perl script as a daemon with LWP module to poll/parse the web interface of my DSL modem/router every 5 minutes and it logs to syslog hourly. /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### ####################################################### #! /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### Guys I don't see that its working after installing everything and letting one day (after reboot) The date now: 19/DEC/2012 NO IPs Last Update: 2012-12-17 PST How can I debug to see whats wrong?

    ||

    Back in elementary school you learnt the difference between nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.

    These "word classes" are not just the idle invention of grammarians, but are useful categories for many language processing tasks.

    Your IP address must change for an update to be logged.

    In order to keep your No-IP Free account active (even if your IP address has NOT changed), you must update your host every 30 days.

    This is important if you want to use your Raspberry Pi as a server.

    I personally use No-IP for historic reason since I have my free account for at least 10 years.

    If my PPPo E IP changes, it just runs noip2 once to notify them to update and also posts the IP change to syslog. TTL is apparently 60 seconds (to expire from DNS cache), but not sure how often noip2 running as a daemon contacts them to grab your public IP.

    I use a Perl script as a daemon with LWP module to poll/parse the web interface of my DSL modem/router every 5 minutes and it logs to syslog hourly. /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### ####################################################### #! /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### Guys I don't see that its working after installing everything and letting one day (after reboot) The date now: 19/DEC/2012 NO IPs Last Update: 2012-12-17 PST How can I debug to see whats wrong?

    " in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage:

    Back in elementary school you learnt the difference between nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.These "word classes" are not just the idle invention of grammarians, but are useful categories for many language processing tasks.Your IP address must change for an update to be logged.In order to keep your No-IP Free account active (even if your IP address has NOT changed), you must update your host every 30 days.This is important if you want to use your Raspberry Pi as a server.I personally use No-IP for historic reason since I have my free account for at least 10 years.If my PPPo E IP changes, it just runs noip2 once to notify them to update and also posts the IP change to syslog. TTL is apparently 60 seconds (to expire from DNS cache), but not sure how often noip2 running as a daemon contacts them to grab your public IP.I use a Perl script as a daemon with LWP module to poll/parse the web interface of my DSL modem/router every 5 minutes and it logs to syslog hourly. /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "

    Back in elementary school you learnt the difference between nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.These "word classes" are not just the idle invention of grammarians, but are useful categories for many language processing tasks.Your IP address must change for an update to be logged.In order to keep your No-IP Free account active (even if your IP address has NOT changed), you must update your host every 30 days.This is important if you want to use your Raspberry Pi as a server.I personally use No-IP for historic reason since I have my free account for at least 10 years.If my PPPo E IP changes, it just runs noip2 once to notify them to update and also posts the IP change to syslog. TTL is apparently 60 seconds (to expire from DNS cache), but not sure how often noip2 running as a daemon contacts them to grab your public IP.I use a Perl script as a daemon with LWP module to poll/parse the web interface of my DSL modem/router every 5 minutes and it logs to syslog hourly. /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### ####################################################### #! /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### Guys I don't see that its working after installing everything and letting one day (after reboot) The date now: 19/DEC/2012 NO IPs Last Update: 2012-12-17 PST How can I debug to see whats wrong?

    ||

    Back in elementary school you learnt the difference between nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.

    These "word classes" are not just the idle invention of grammarians, but are useful categories for many language processing tasks.

    Your IP address must change for an update to be logged.

    In order to keep your No-IP Free account active (even if your IP address has NOT changed), you must update your host every 30 days.

    This is important if you want to use your Raspberry Pi as a server.

    I personally use No-IP for historic reason since I have my free account for at least 10 years.

    If my PPPo E IP changes, it just runs noip2 once to notify them to update and also posts the IP change to syslog. TTL is apparently 60 seconds (to expire from DNS cache), but not sure how often noip2 running as a daemon contacts them to grab your public IP.

    I use a Perl script as a daemon with LWP module to poll/parse the web interface of my DSL modem/router every 5 minutes and it logs to syslog hourly. /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### ####################################################### #! /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### Guys I don't see that its working after installing everything and letting one day (after reboot) The date now: 19/DEC/2012 NO IPs Last Update: 2012-12-17 PST How can I debug to see whats wrong?

    " in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage:

    The No-IP team provides a little program called the Dynamic DNS Update (DUC) Client.

    DUC continually checks for IP address changes in the background and automatically updates the DNS at No-IP dynamic DNS whenever it changes.

    This program can be usable under Raspbian without any modifications, only the part for setting up the service is a little touchy. The first thing to perform is getting and compiling the client.

    Yesterday I've created a noip account, I've downloaded the updater client (DUC), I've configured them, and when I've tryied to browse "me" all worked fine...

    When my WAN IP changes, the DUC client quickly updates it in few minutes, and in my account on I can see that it is also refreshed properly.

    " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### ####################################################### #! /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "

    Back in elementary school you learnt the difference between nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.These "word classes" are not just the idle invention of grammarians, but are useful categories for many language processing tasks.Your IP address must change for an update to be logged.In order to keep your No-IP Free account active (even if your IP address has NOT changed), you must update your host every 30 days.This is important if you want to use your Raspberry Pi as a server.I personally use No-IP for historic reason since I have my free account for at least 10 years.If my PPPo E IP changes, it just runs noip2 once to notify them to update and also posts the IP change to syslog. TTL is apparently 60 seconds (to expire from DNS cache), but not sure how often noip2 running as a daemon contacts them to grab your public IP.I use a Perl script as a daemon with LWP module to poll/parse the web interface of my DSL modem/router every 5 minutes and it logs to syslog hourly. /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### ####################################################### #! /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### Guys I don't see that its working after installing everything and letting one day (after reboot) The date now: 19/DEC/2012 NO IPs Last Update: 2012-12-17 PST How can I debug to see whats wrong?

    ||

    Back in elementary school you learnt the difference between nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.

    These "word classes" are not just the idle invention of grammarians, but are useful categories for many language processing tasks.

    Your IP address must change for an update to be logged.

    In order to keep your No-IP Free account active (even if your IP address has NOT changed), you must update your host every 30 days.

    This is important if you want to use your Raspberry Pi as a server.

    I personally use No-IP for historic reason since I have my free account for at least 10 years.

    If my PPPo E IP changes, it just runs noip2 once to notify them to update and also posts the IP change to syslog. TTL is apparently 60 seconds (to expire from DNS cache), but not sure how often noip2 running as a daemon contacts them to grab your public IP.

    I use a Perl script as a daemon with LWP module to poll/parse the web interface of my DSL modem/router every 5 minutes and it logs to syslog hourly. /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### ####################################################### #! /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### Guys I don't see that its working after installing everything and letting one day (after reboot) The date now: 19/DEC/2012 NO IPs Last Update: 2012-12-17 PST How can I debug to see whats wrong?

    " in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: [[

    Back in elementary school you learnt the difference between nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.These "word classes" are not just the idle invention of grammarians, but are useful categories for many language processing tasks.Your IP address must change for an update to be logged.In order to keep your No-IP Free account active (even if your IP address has NOT changed), you must update your host every 30 days.This is important if you want to use your Raspberry Pi as a server.I personally use No-IP for historic reason since I have my free account for at least 10 years.If my PPPo E IP changes, it just runs noip2 once to notify them to update and also posts the IP change to syslog. TTL is apparently 60 seconds (to expire from DNS cache), but not sure how often noip2 running as a daemon contacts them to grab your public IP.I use a Perl script as a daemon with LWP module to poll/parse the web interface of my DSL modem/router every 5 minutes and it logs to syslog hourly. /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### ####################################################### #! /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### Guys I don't see that its working after installing everything and letting one day (after reboot) The date now: 19/DEC/2012 NO IPs Last Update: 2012-12-17 PST How can I debug to see whats wrong?

    ||

    Back in elementary school you learnt the difference between nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.

    These "word classes" are not just the idle invention of grammarians, but are useful categories for many language processing tasks.

    Your IP address must change for an update to be logged.

    In order to keep your No-IP Free account active (even if your IP address has NOT changed), you must update your host every 30 days.

    This is important if you want to use your Raspberry Pi as a server.

    I personally use No-IP for historic reason since I have my free account for at least 10 years.

    If my PPPo E IP changes, it just runs noip2 once to notify them to update and also posts the IP change to syslog. TTL is apparently 60 seconds (to expire from DNS cache), but not sure how often noip2 running as a daemon contacts them to grab your public IP.

    I use a Perl script as a daemon with LWP module to poll/parse the web interface of my DSL modem/router every 5 minutes and it logs to syslog hourly. /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### ####################################################### #! /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions # uncomment/modify for your killproc case "$1" in start) echo "Starting noip2." /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; stop) echo -n "Shutting down noip2." killproc -TERM /usr/local/bin/noip2 ;; *) echo "Usage: $0 " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### Guys I don't see that its working after installing everything and letting one day (after reboot) The date now: 19/DEC/2012 NO IPs Last Update: 2012-12-17 PST How can I debug to see whats wrong?

    ]] " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### Guys I don't see that its working after installing everything and letting one day (after reboot) The date now: 19/DEC/2012 NO IPs Last Update: 2012-12-17 PST How can I debug to see whats wrong?

    " exit 1 esac exit 0 ####################################################### Guys I don't see that its working after installing everything and letting one day (after reboot) The date now: 19/DEC/2012 NO IPs Last Update: 2012-12-17 PST How can I debug to see whats wrong?

    [[

    The No-IP team provides a little program called the Dynamic DNS Update (DUC) Client.

    DUC continually checks for IP address changes in the background and automatically updates the DNS at No-IP dynamic DNS whenever it changes.

    This program can be usable under Raspbian without any modifications, only the part for setting up the service is a little touchy. The first thing to perform is getting and compiling the client.

    Yesterday I've created a noip account, I've downloaded the updater client (DUC), I've configured them, and when I've tryied to browse "me" all worked fine...

    When my WAN IP changes, the DUC client quickly updates it in few minutes, and in my account on I can see that it is also refreshed properly.

    ||

    The No-IP team provides a little program called the Dynamic DNS Update (DUC) Client.DUC continually checks for IP address changes in the background and automatically updates the DNS at No-IP dynamic DNS whenever it changes.This program can be usable under Raspbian without any modifications, only the part for setting up the service is a little touchy. The first thing to perform is getting and compiling the client.Yesterday I've created a noip account, I've downloaded the updater client (DUC), I've configured them, and when I've tryied to browse "me" all worked fine...When my WAN IP changes, the DUC client quickly updates it in few minutes, and in my account on I can see that it is also refreshed properly.

    ]]

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