No ip ubuntu not updating
Ubuntu 16.04 has been out for just over a month now, and I’m in the process of upgrading some boxen.
In some cases I’ve been completely reinstalling them for that clean fresh feel, and find myself once again having to configure static IP addresses.
It used to be called “eth0” or “eth1”, but as from Ubuntu 15.10 the interface name is now allocated based on a few other factors – read more about that here if you’re interested.
Simply comment, remove or edit the line that says ends with “dhcp” and add the following information (here’s an example only): Next you’ll want to add the nameservers by adding the line “dns-nameservers” followed by a list of IP addresses.
A lot of people use Google’s public DNS, or if you have details from your service provide use them instead.
Most home and small office connections to the Internet have a dynamic IP, which means the IP addresses changes most every time the connection from the router is established.Enter your username or email address( for no-ip login) 2. Leave 30 as the default for update interval (change at any time [email protected]:/home/jaleel/noip-2.1.9-1# /usr/local/bin/noip2 -U minutes set update interval 4.Enter in a host name that exists in your account (do not leave this blank) 5.There was no output to the console or to a log file either to diagnose the problem that I could find, so I decided to go about writing my own, which really wasn't that hard to do using a bash script and a few simple utilities on my Linux box.
Here is my how-to guide and documentation for setting this up.
Runs the script as a daemon with the settings in the config file in the default locaion /etc/no-ip/