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    Steve commented  · 

    The idea here would be to have a type "DynDNS"
    DNS server allows to set a different TTL for these entries, allowing changes to be rolled out much quicker to other servers

    The way it should work:
    call an API, which is secured with HTTP Auth
    where you allow updating this entry with a new IP address

    I've just found a proper document which describes how this should work

    DynDNS API document:

    http://www.dyndns.com/developers/nicupdate-api.pdf

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    Steve commented  · 

    Sergey
    If you drop me an email ill tell you how I work around this at the moment and what solution we would expect

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