Loopia is one of the largest Swedish hosting providers and offers a free dynamic DNS service for any domain you own.
They have a great API which can be updated with a number of dynamic DNS clients. They also provide the possibility to update via a HTTP GET request, which we can use in Tomato and DD-WRT.
Go to Basic -> DDNS, select Custom URL as service and enter the URL below, swapping username, password and domain.com for your own values:
If you want to update multiple hostnames to the routers IP address, you can use comma delimited values in hostname, for example:
If you have a wildcard record (*.domain.com) it will get wiped, unless you append
to your request. Read this page for more info. (Swedish)
Updating LoopiaDNS from DD-WRT can be done via a startup script, check this forum post for instructions.
You can visit https://www.loopia.com/loopiadns/ for information about LoopiaDNS in english.
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Tags: cisco, dd-wrt, ddwrt, dns, dynamic dns, linksys, loopia, loopiadns, tomato
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