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I have the online linux centos server.

IN my home i ahve the dynamic ip address.

Is there any way that i can setup something in bash or python so that everytime

i use, that points to my homeserver ip address

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You do not. You point your DOMAIN to the IP - different direction. – TomTom Dec 10 '12 at 9:13
Hi, this question is off topic for ServerFault, please check out our FAQ for further details. It may be on topic for SuperUser, but check their FAQ first. – Dan Dec 10 '12 at 9:20

Depending on your domain registrar this could be easily done.

They could offer the possibility to run a client on your homeserver that updates DNS A entry each hour. I know that OVH offers this feature.

I think you could also use DynamicDNS services (,

Otherwise, you'd need to use bash script with your DNS service, that you'd update…

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