Ddclient not updating opendns

Like many people I use Open DNS instead of my internet provider’s DNS.

I have downloaded Open DNS Dynamic IP updater client (ddclient) and configured accordingly and also through advanced settings in Open DNS dashboard, Enable Dynamic IP Update (enabled).

That line was supposed to be placed in the file "/etc/dhcp3/dhclient.conf" not in your ddclient configuration file.

The ddclient is an open-source dynamic IP updater client that is written in Perl.

You can find the network label in the Settings Tab of the Open DNS Dashboard. If you have special characters in your password wrap the password in single-quotes ( ' ).

If you're an Umbrella customer, this is the name of the Network you've enabled Dynamic updates for in the Configuration. If there are any single-quotes in your password, put backslash ( \ ) before the single-quote to escape the character.

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