Binary package “inadyn” in ubuntu karmic

client to alleviate the requirements for an Internet name

 With this package the user can have an Internet name for his host
 even though he might not have a name server or a static IP. It works
 by being a client of a supposedly open name server and updating the
 server's records when the need arise. A partial list of the servers
 that are supported is http://{www.dyndns.org,freedns.afraid.org,
 www.zoneedit.com,www.no-ip.com}. Some of the services of these servers
 are free of charge.
 This is a command line tool that is written in portable ANSI C with a
 little OS abstraction layer. It can maintain multiple host names with
 the same IP address, and has a web based IP detection which runs well
 behind a NAT router.
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 Home page: http://inadyn.ina-tech.net