I run a small opensim standalone on my regular Desktop PC on a ADSL fed LAN, behind a router and I'm using dynDNS. For some odd reason ddclient is sending my *internal* IP address to dynDNS.
So when I go to check the current IP address with the host, it's the 192.168.1.15 which is the internal IP address on the LAN for my PC/server.
The config file is here http://pastebin.com/m21e9b01c
I think if you do a `sudo ifconfig eth0` you'll see 192.168.1.15... so ddclient is sending your IP like you configured. It's configured at line 11 of your configuration file. You could either try to fetch your WAN-ip from your router or use `use=web` on line 11 to fetch your ip from checkip.dyndns.org.
OK, I'm not sure what you mean here, I'm guessing what you're saying is that line 11 should not be there at all. So I will delete it and see, if ddclient will take the instruction from line 8. I'll report back if that brings the desired result:-)
Success! Thank you. The reason the eth0 line was there in the first place, was because during install, ddclient asked me to choose it among pppowhatever, so I thought I had to take what seemed most logical (to me). Took me 4 days to figure this one out :-)
It looks like I wasn't awake when I posted my previous post.
You were pretty correct, just remove line 11 and it should work. You could even do a little more, see changed I made on http://pastebin.com/m3ebd063f
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