The example shows DDNS for three zones: the first disables DDNS explicitly, the second uses an IP-based list, and the third references a key clause.
NIS, (Network Information Services), enables account logins and other services (host name resolution, xinetd network services configuration, ...), to be centralized to a single NIS server.
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hostname=dyn.example.com&password=password&myip=192.168.0.1" % curl "https://he.net/nic/update?
You follow the convention of encoding the date in the DNS serial number, but have made a mistake: instead of 2011012400 you have set it to 2111012400.
Regular NIS does not use encryption, thus it should only be used for isolated or private networks protected by a firewall.
Typical practice is to have one master, and one or two slaves which take their zone data from that master.
This tutorial covers the configuration and use of NIS for login authentication.
NIS is slightly more complex as it uses encryption for the data transfers between the NIS server and NIS client.
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