USING DDCLIENT WITH dhclient If you are using the ISC DHCP client (dhclient), you can update your Dyn DNS entry automatically every time your lease is obtained or renewed by creating an executable file named: /etc/dhclient-exit-hooks ie.: cp sample-etc_dhclient-exit-hooks /etc/dhclient-exit-hooks Edit /etc/dhclient-exit-hooks to change any options required.Description: Recently ddclient has been giving me this error WARNING: cannot connect to dynupdate.no-ip.com:443 socket: IO:: Socket:: SSL: SSL connect attempt failed because of handshake problems error:00000000:lib(0):func(0):reason(0) IO:: Socket:: INET configuration failed error:00000000:lib(0):func(0):reason(0) FAILED: updating philandanna.no-ip.org: Could not connect to dynupdate.If your Linux distribution does not have a recent version of ddclient, you can download the tar file here.You can also install it by executing This happens most often when using someone else's network (e.g.=============================================================================== ddclient is a Perl client used to update dynamic DNS entries for accounts on many dynamic DNS services.=============================================================================== Dynamic DNS services currently supported include: Dyn - See details on obtaining a free account. Name Cheap - See details Con Cont - See for details Dns Park - See details Dsl Reports - See details Sitelutions - See details Loopia - See details Noip - See for details Freedns - See for details Change IP - See for details dtdns - See for details nsupdate - See nsupdate(1) and ddns-confgen(8) for details Cloud Flare - See https:// for details Google - See for details Duckdns - See https://duckdns.org/ for details Freemyip - See https://for details - See https://woima.fi/ for details DDclient now supports many of cable/dsl broadband routers.I'm trying to setup ddclient on my ubuntu server to update my DNS records on zoneedit for when my public IP changes.It's updating fine, the problem is that it's giving zoneedit my local IP instead of my public one. The best solution would be to see if you can install a ddns client on the router itself.
If you're temporarily using someone else's network connection, you can ignore this error.public wireless hotspot, a friend's wireless network etc.).Each Open DNS user is uniquely identified by an IP address.It caches the address, and only attempts the update when it has changed.