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Re: [suse-security] Starnge situation, need help!



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i use dyndns  but have a static ip.  they have clients that will update your 
ip for you nad you can use a domain name to access the box rather than ip's

Dennis

Once upon a time at band camp Thu, 10 Jul 2003 12:36 am, Jan Räther wrote:
> On Wed, 09 Jul 2003 08:30:14 -0600
>
> chris001@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > Hi all!!
> >
> > Well I would like to thank you all for your replies regarding root2. I
> > will think about what I am going to do about this.
> >
> > I would like to ask you another thing now. I have a linux-box that
> > connects to the internet via modem. The ip that it gets is dynamic, ie
> > it changes everytime it logs in.
> > Can someone tell me a way to create something like an automated e-mail
> > message that the server will send to me whenever it logs on and inform
> > me of its local ip assigned from the ISP?
> > This is a weird situation because I have to leave the city for a few
> > weeks and I would like to be able to ssh to the server whenever it logs
> > on the internet.
> >
> > Can someone please help me with this??
>
> www.dyndns.org
>
>
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> Jan Räther
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> <Myth> I'm getting a connection refused when connecting
>        to port 25, anyone know where the damn log is?
> <aj> Myth: /var/log/damn.log?
> * aj wonders what that'd look like
> <aj> Dec 18 05:32:30 blae smtpd[123]: DAMN IT ALL TO HELL!!
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