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Landmine

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I've setup a remote server for a client, but they have a dynamic ip and I need to either get an email when the ip changes or be able to setup a DynDNS type system. Has this been done before? Any help?

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Have you downloaded and read "Elastix Without Tears" yet, it's all explained in there.
 

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After reading the area of EWT, I still dont see how I can do this. I dont need to setup a remote extension, I need to set it up for remote management.
23 REMOTE MANAGEMENT
Some may want to manage their Elastix Box remotely. If you are thinking about doing
this, I highly recommend you register with Dyndns to get yourself a dynamic DNS unless
you have a fixed public IP address.
You should also forward port 443 on your router to point to the local IP address of your
Elastix box.
To log on to your Elastix box remotely using your browser, use
https://your_Dyndns_name or https://your_public_ip_address
To log on locally you simply log on to https://192.168.1.101 (or whatever your local IP is).
Not exactly a guide.
 

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have your router redirect tcp 443 to the box,

Code:
https://<your_dyn_dns_name>/
 

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I suppose I'm not making my request clear. I can currently remotely manage the server since I know the IP, I need the server to update a domain to this ip address or have it email me when the IP address changes.

The port forwarding is already setup.
 

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