On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 5:09 PM, Saswata Banerjee & Associates
On 25-Aug-2010, at 12:52 PM, Arun Khan <knura9(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 11:16 AM, Yohan Pereira
On Wednesday 25 August 2010 10:24:40 am Rajagopal
Oops. A stupid thought. Have you tried private
could never get it going although.
I believe what Rajagopal is referring to, is setting up a private DNS
*server* that accepts dynamic updates from "known" clients (with
authentication); i.e. similar to the service that dyndns.com
well i got it going .. and it works pretty well.
i was lucky to have get a
router that supports it (quite a few do). I just signed up and set up my
router with the relevan info and it just .. worked.
I believe your scenario is the "client" side of the above service.
I do not think (if I understand it correctly) it makes sense to have all laptops and pcs
to install software that will update dynamic ips every time it connects.
From information in your other post, yes it is not
necessary to do the above.
Looks like the problem is with your SMTP server (smart host) on the
'Net. As Dinesh Shah has pointed out, I hope you have SMTP AUTH
setup at your server (userid/password required for out going email).
Depending upon the kind of hosting service you have you can:
a) Shared Hosting - go to your CPanel and set a lower number for your
b) Dedicated server - contact your server Sys Admin.
Also it may create a problem when it sits behind a
corporate firewall. Will it give local ip or the proxy's ip ?
Moot point for your scenario but FYI most dyn dns clients update to
the WAN IP of the Proxy/Gateway.
-- Arun Khan