[arm-allstar] DNS Lookup IP Address

Doug Crompton doug at crompton.com
Fri Aug 26 13:53:08 EST 2016


 If you are running Allstar there is no need to get a dynamic dns address if you don't want to or you don't need it for anything else. Allstar is itself a dyn DNS of sorts based on your node number. I wrote a script to do this which you could use and maybe we can include in the next version. Not that it is any big deal but I do use it a lot here. Format is:

allstar_ssh.sh <node> <port>

The port defaults to 222.

Here is how to do it manually at the linux prompt:

grep <distant_node_number>  /tmp/rpt_extnodes

[root at wa3dsp-27225-hub ~]# grep 28183 /tmp/rpt_extnodes
28183=radio at,

73 Doug

Date: Fri, 26 Aug 2016 08:25:37 -0400
To: arm-allstar at hamvoip.org
Subject: [arm-allstar] DNS Lookup IP Address
From: arm-allstar at hamvoip.org
CC: w2ymm1 at gmail.com

Hi all, I help maintain an Allstar node, and need to log in remotely from time to time,
But the Public IP address of the node has been changing about once a week now.
Is there any built in scripts where I can either be notified of an IP address change or where I have the ability to Lookup an IP address based on the Node number ?
 I wasn't sure if there was something already in use on these nodes by default.


Robert Prybyzerski Jr


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