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==To start the service==
 
==To start the service==
  
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Start the service with
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# systemctl start noip2
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To start automatically at boot simply do:
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# systemctl enable noip2
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===SysVinit===
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On systems running initscrips
  
 
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# DAEMONS = (syslog-ng network crond ... noip! ...)
 
# DAEMONS = (syslog-ng network crond ... noip! ...)
 
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===Systemd===
 
 
# systemctl start noip2
 
 
And to start automatically at boot simply do:
 
 
# systemctl enable noip2
 

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noip is a dynamic DNS client updater for no-ip.com services.

Installation

# pacman -S noip

Configuration

To configure de No-IP DUC you have to execute the noip2 executable with -C option (create the configuration file step by step), or if you want to select all hosts in your account to be updated add the -Y option.

# noip2 -C

To see more options off the No-IP DUC use:

# noip2 -h

To start the service

Start the service with

# systemctl start noip2

To start automatically at boot simply do:

# systemctl enable noip2

SysVinit

On systems running initscrips

# rc.d start noip 

And to start at power always add it to the daemons section of /etc/rc.conf

/etc/rc.conf
# ...
# DAEMONS = (syslog-ng network crond ... noip! ...)