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It's quite easy

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on July 20, 2006 02:48 AM
I've been using ddclient with my SUSE box for several months now, tunnelling from work using Putty. I run my mp3 server, squid for web proxy, and even an NX server through my ssh tunnel, and it functions great. ddclient talks to DynDNS for me, and maintains my IP address.

I wish this article had gone into detail about Linksys router support though - I am currently port-forwarding at the router level manually - but that's what Google is for, right?

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