A script to keep the values in the Cloudflare DDNS service in sync with your local dynamic IP address.
A script to keep the values in the Cloudflare DDNS service in sync with your local dynamic IP address. It starts an infinite loop that periodically performs checks, using an external service, whether your IP address has changed or not. If it is so, the script sends a request to Cloudflare API and updates the DNS records.
- Python 3.6+
How to use the script
Write a configuration file in the following format:
email: <your login to Cloudflare> api_key: <Cloudflare API key> periodicity: <timeout between checks in seconds> domains: - example.org # 'proxied: true' is implied - www.example.org - domain: ssh.example.org proxied: false <...>
You may place it into your home directory under the name of
.cloudflare-ddns-config. On Linux, a system-wide configuration file is also supported:
Install the package:
pip install cfdyndns-updater
Run the script!
It's possible to specify the path to any configuration file explicitly as the only positional argument:
|2||invalid command line arguments|
|-1||the configuration file is not found|
|-2||validation of the configuration file was failed|
Integration with a system manager
See Wiki pages for examples of configuration files for various system managers. If your favorite one is missing there, write your own configuration file for it and create a pull request. Any contributions are welcomed!
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