Finding a Remote IP
listen "at" marcogabriel.com
Tue Aug 24 16:17:00 2004
you can use a dynamic dns like dyndns.org to assign a dns entry to your
servers. on the server, you can run a small application that monitors
the connection state and updates the dns record. tools for updating the
dns records are also available at the dyndns site.
so you can always use yourserver.dyndns.org to connect to the machine as
soon as it is connected to the internet.
Ronald Saa wrote:
>I have 2 computers that can VNC each other after they go online via
>Of course I have to email the Server's IP to the Client.
>But I also know how to connect them by Dial-up networking without using
>which means no one has to be at the Server side.
>Heres my question:
>After the connection is made via Dial-Up Networking,
>how do I find the Server's newly assigned IP address.
>I can understand why this may be impossible before connecting,
>but after a Dial-up Connection is made,
>I think someone out there must know of a way.
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