now copy this text and put it into the file (in vi you hit the i key to insert, ESC then u to undo) you must change your token and domain to be the one you want to update you can pass a comma separated (no spaces) list of domains you can if you need to hard code an IP (best not to - leave it blank and we detect your remote ip) hit ESC then use use arrow keys to move the cursor x deletes, i puts you back into insert mode this is an Open Source tray based service that was created by Joe Jaro. TXT at the end of the file you will need to turn on ' File Name Extensions'.
you can either use the EXE to install the software and it will deal with starting on login, or you can use the JAR file directly, but you will have to make it start-up when you want it to be running . This can be done by: Windows 8: Open an explorer window such as Computer or Documents folder by pressing CTRL E keyâs on your keyboard.
Click on My Computer on the left column and go to C:\Documents and Settings\YOUR-USERNAME Click once on your script file and select Open from the bottom right.
) you can add an additional ipaddress if you want to force a value (https://duckdns.org/update/exampledomain/yourtoken/ipaddress?you must change your token and domain to be the one you want to update 2.1 Go to ' Start' and select Computer (Windows XP select My Computer) 2.2 Go into C:\users\YOUR-USERNAME (Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\YOUR-USERNAME) 2.3 Right click in an empty spot and go to NEW Call Log Entry() Sub Log Entry() On Error Resume Next Dim obj Request Dim URL URL = "https:// Click OK, go back to your file and perform step 2.6.domains=exampledomain&token=a7c4d0ad-114e-40ef-ba1d-d217904a50f2&ip=" Set obj Request = Create Object("Microsoft. Send Set obj Request = Nothing End Sub 2.5 Go back to the text document and select Paste. This task is to automatically run the script file you have just created.Please follow the instructions based on your edition of Windows.Windows 7 and 8: To open Task Scheduler on Windows 8 and 8.1: Click on the Start menu (Windows 8.1) or press your Windows key on your keyboard.To open Task Scheduler on Windows 7: Click Start and select Control Panel. In the ']Program/script' field select the Browse button.Go in to Administrative Tools and open Task Scheduler. Enter "Duck Dns Updater" in the Name field then select the Triggers tab and click New. In the new window that opened, click on âThis PCâ on the left column and then go to C:\Users\YOUR-USERNAME and click once on the script you created before.these instructions are for Gnu many provided ADSL routers have this protocol as an option, such as the Huawei HG533.on the web frontend of the router (usually with username and password - admin) go to the Advanced Settings and select DDNS.Set the Trigger to be Daily, starting at AM and tick the box to ' Repeat task every:' and set it to 5 minutes. Click OPEN on the bottom of the window then click OK and OK again on the Create Task window.Windows XP: Click Start, go to Control Panel and open ' Schedule Tasks'. Click Next on the new window that opens then select Browse when presented with the window shown below.