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Re: Secure entry into remote systems



Tom Needs A Hat Mitchell said:

> DynDNS costs money small as it is and you still have to script the
> discovery of the DHCP assigned address.  Since you have to do that
> anyhow there is no reason you cannot simply update a resource you own
> via ftp, scp, email, what ever.  Heck a simple wget from a periodic cron
> job of a small special file name on your web site will log the ipaddress
> that you need to ssh into the box.  The file does not need to exist.

dyndns is free for dynamic ips, you can have 5 on an account.

-d

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