Example: this URL is similar to dividing the one above: The "ip_server_name" option uses the Location and the URI.
The server then asks for the username and password. Many times, as in the above example is it specified in the "name=value" form.
The client program returns the information to authorize itself, and the update is completed with the server request response to verify the result. And commonly when more than one value needs to be specified, it is divided with "&" so "name1=value1&name2=value2&name3=value3" can be used to specify three parameters.
hostname=newvesti.ru&myip=[IP] Substitute your account setting for those in CAPS Patch should be in code eventually, but for now it can also be found here and in the latest source code: https://dev.openwrt.org/changeset/29121/ See: to dnsdynamic.org's configuration, you can set up your Dynamic DNS setup thusly:
hostname=newvesti.ru&myip=[IP] Substitute your account setting for those in CAPS At the time of writing this (7-Oct-2010) the inadyn client fails to update host names on
(Note: no "-a" for the first host name.) With url updates, the client program usually submits a request using the hypertext transport protocal (HTTP) to a DDNS Server.