Dynamic DNS

3 thoughts on “Dynamic DNS

  1. Hello,

     

    I would like to use a dynamic DNS like no-ip.

     

    This is the sequence after registration to network:

     

    AT#SD=1,0,80,"dynupdate.no-ip.com",0,0

     

    >>>CONNECT

     

     

    GET
    /nic/update?hostname=telit.no-ip.info&myip=37.184.67.179 HTTP/1.0<CRLF>

    Host:
    dynupdate.no-ip.com
    <CRLF>

    Authorization: Basic myusername:mypassword in base64<CRLF>

    User-Agent: Bobs
    Update Client WindowsXP/1.2 bob@somedomain.com
    <CRLF>

     

    This is the example from no-ip (http://www.no-ip.com/integrate/request) but there is no answer from the server.

    I
    can use Telit module as webclient and display html code, but not
    possible to capture GPRS traffic then I can’t interpret the response
    from no-ip server.

     

    Note that no-ip works with another board with Ethernet and tcp/ip stack.

     

    Is anybody use it?

    Thank you.

      1. A HTTP request must be terminated with double CRLF, yours is?

        Correct, it must be for and it was not.

        There was also a problem with the socket configuration (AT#SCFG?): strange value for the needed connId.

         

        Now it works thank you.

        Pierre