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dnsimple-dyndns

Dynamic DNS implementation, that relies on DNSimple.com

by Rafael G. Martins

0.1 (see all)License:BSD
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dnsimple-dyndns

Dynamic DNS implementation, that relies on DNSimple.com

This is a simple script that updates (and creates, if needed) an A domain record for any DNSimple.com managed domain. It is designed to be run as a hook script right after the WAN connection.

Usage

usage: dnsimple-dyndns [-h] [-v] [-t TTL] [-i IP]
                       DOMAIN DOMAIN-TOKEN RECORD-NAME

Dynamic DNS implementation, that relies on DNSimple.com.

positional arguments:
  DOMAIN             domain controlled by DNSimple.com
  DOMAIN-TOKEN       DNSimple.com domain API key.
  RECORD-NAME        name of the record to be updated.

optional arguments:
  -h, --help         show this help message and exit
  -v, --version      show program's version number and exit
  -t TTL, --ttl TTL  DNS record TTL, defaults to 60
  -i IP, --ip IP     IP address, defaults to current external address from
                     http://icanhazip.com/

Running on Gentoo with OpenRC

To run this script on Gentoo with OpenRC, you should emerge the dnsimple-dyndns package:

# emerge -av dnsimple-dyndns

Then add the following function to your /etc/conf.d/net file (or edit your postup function, if already exists):

postup() {
    if [[ "${IFACE}" = "enp3s0" ]]; then
        einfo "Updated DNS record: $(dnsimple-dyndns example.com your-domain-token home)"
    else
        einfo "Ignoring interface: ${IFACE}"
    fi
}

Replace enp3s0 with your WAN interface, example.com with your DNSimple.com managed domain, your-domain-token with your DNSimple.com domain token (see http://developer.dnsimple.com/authentication/#dnsimple-domain-token) and home with your desired DNS record name.

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