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Short Description
Keep your dynamic DNS up-to-date with this No-IP DNS script.
Full Description

docker-no-ip

This is a simple Docker container for running the No-IP2 dynamic DNS update script. It will keep
your domain.ddns.net DNS alias up-to-date as your home IP changes.

Usage

This docker image is available as a trusted build on the docker index.

Run:

sudo docker run --name=noip -d -v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime -v /config/dir/path:/config coppit/no-ip

When run for the first time, a file named noip.conf will be created in the config dir, and the container will exit. Edit
this file, adding your username (email), password, and domains. Then rerun the command.

On subsequent runs, a binary config file /config/dir/path/no-ip2.generated.conf will be generated. Please do not edit
this file, as it is used by the noip2 agent.

To check the status, run docker logs noip.

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Comments (5)
mrlionman
a year ago

well that is good to know. I also downloaded the actual program from no-ip and it works just fine. Is there someone that can assist me in getting the docker app functioning again

mattmaddux
a year ago

It's working great for me, so the problem you're seeing doesn't seem to affect everyone. Also, thanks to the dev, it's the perfect little docker repo, does one job and does it well.

mrlionman
a year ago

This no longer works, I'm now getting the following in the log.

[Aug 18 13:14:05] Couldn't update. Trying again in 5 minutes. Output from curl command was "<html><body><h1>400 Bad request</h1>
Your browser sent an invalid request.
</body></html>".
[Aug 18 13:19:06] Couldn't update. Trying again in 5 minutes. Output from curl command was "<html><body><h1>400 Bad request</h1>
Your browser sent an invalid request.

coppit
2 years ago

You don't need to assign a port number. :)

btchriss
2 years ago

I just downloaded this docker and it is running on my UNRAID. How do I assign it a port number?