- JDK 1.5 or higher
- 50 MB RAM
- 60 MB HDD
- OS: Tested with Windows, Linux, Mac OS X .
Java Dynamic DNS Client uses per default the following ports:
- 8081: [IN] MxHttpAdapter: http port for web interface access.
- 8082: [IN/OUT] FaceIpMonitor: loop check of Face Ip.
- 8081: [IN/OUT] DnsMonitor: loop check of zones
- 8083: [IN/OUT] BChecker: polling by buddy
- 9700: [OUT] BChecker: JXTA network access
Please make sure that the “IN” ports are correctly configured in your router amd firewall and that the OUT ports are configured in your firewall.
- Download the Java Dynamic Dns Client from sourceforge
- Unzip the file
- Goto the /bat/<your-os> directory
- To run as console application: call runmx.bat on windows or runmx.sh on linux or mac. Please check that you have a correct java installation. eventually you will have to set the path to the java exe in the wrapper.conf file (example wrapper.java.command=Z:\java\jdk1.6.0_03\bin\java)
- It is recommended to first start it as a console application. When everything is running as expected stop the application and start it as a service.
- To run as demon: call installMxService.bat to install the service on windows, call startMxService.bat or startMxService.sh to start the service.
Inserting your zone:
For dhis.org see here.
For other providers:
Cyclic Dns Monitoring should now be running.