This guide will walk you through the installation and setup of the Dynamic Update Client (DUC) on a computer running Linux. If you are using Ubuntu or Debian Linux please check our support site for guides on their specific setup. With a static ip address you can access your computer over the internet from anywhere in the world using noip.com. No-IP Dynamic DNS Client keeps your dynamic ip information up to date in order to make your connection active. Following tutorial is about installation of no-ip dns update client on centos 6.3 Before going to Install make sure you already registered on noip.com and have a valid Account. In case you are not then visit http://noip.com and register your new account. Step-1 Create a directory on ‘/’ (root) named download and navigate to this directory. Installing the Client The below commands should be executed from a terminal window (command prompt) after logging in as the “root” user. You can become the root user from the command line by entering “sudo su -” followed by the root password on your machine. Note: If you do not have privileges on the machine you are on, you may add the “sudo” command in front of steps (5 and 6).
cd /usr/local/src/ wget http://www.no-ip.com/client/linux/noip-duc-linux.tar.gz
Step-2 Uncompress the file and move into the extracted directory
tar -xzvf noip-duc-linux.tar.gz
Step-3 Run ‘make’ command
Note : If you are missing ‘make’ just run
yum install make gcc -y
Step-5 1- Enter your email address for login and put account password. 2- Enter the update interval time ‘1’ minute or whatever you want. 3- Do you wish to run something at successful update? [N] (y/N) “Press ‘N’ ” Here Step-6 Add noip client in ‘/etc/rc.local’ in order to run on startup.
echo /user/local/bin/noip2 >> /etc/rc.local
That’s it. 🙂