These are the record ID's you would use to configure DDNS updates for your failover IPs.Dynamic DNS Technical Specification Page to create a client for DDNS All updates are made through a servlet.Client applications supporting dynamic DNS updates: See also: The Dyn DNS Service plug-in (see https://simpledns.com/plugin-dyndns) also supports TSIG signed dynamic updates over DNS as well as several HTTP based update methods and is specifically targeted towards "Dyn DNS" scenarios (computers with dynamic IP addresses on the Internet). This allows a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) that never changes to be associated with a dynamically assigned IP address that can change quite often.You must analyze the data that is sent back to you. Here is the run down: The servlet is: https://cp.dnsmadeeasy.com/servlet/updateip? Each DNS Made Easy user has four pieces of information they need to provide: username (which is usually the users email account they use to log into DNS Made Easy) password record ID (Starting in 12/2003: separated by commas if more than one at a time) ip – The new IP for your record.The client will usually add the new IP There are 4 parameters that you can pass in a POST or GET request to the following URL: https://cp.dnsmadeeasy.com/servlet/updateip The four parameters are: "username", "password", "id", and "ip".This is a method of cryptographically signing the update data with a key name / value pair (similar to a user name / password pair).
You can view the record ID's for A records with DNS Failover on the DNS Failover configuration screen.
[email protected]&password=mypass&id=1007,1008,1009&ip=.15 Log In Click the DNS – Managed DNS menu.
Select a domain and click on the Records tab Double click a record If the DDNS check box is not enabled, enable it.
Dynamic DNS clients allow you to perform IP updates by passing parameters to an http or http S request.
There are currently many free or paid clients on the Internet that detect your IP and allow you to pass the necessary arguments in the URL.