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  1. IP change notification

    Anyone know of a utility that runs as a service and checks if the IP on a
    cable modem changes? It would have to be able to read it behind a
    firewall/router like linksys and email the notification to an email account.
    Any suggestions? Thanks!



  2. Re: IP change notification

    Try

    www.ipupdater.com or
    www.no-ip.com

    both of these let you register a domain name free of charge
    (e.g. warnock.ipupdater.com). They also give you a free tool
    that you run as a service on your PC. The tool checks your
    IP address at regular intervals. When it changes, the tool
    sends the new address to ipupdater or to no-ip, which will
    then link it to warnock.ipupdater.com.

    The result is that the name warnock.ipupdater.com always
    resolves to your current external IP address, no matter
    what it is.


    "Matt Warnock" wrote in message
    news:Qmz0b.4343$Nc.2888568@news1.news.adelphia.net ...
    > Anyone know of a utility that runs as a service and checks if the IP on a
    > cable modem changes? It would have to be able to read it behind a
    > firewall/router like linksys and email the notification to an email

    account.
    > Any suggestions? Thanks!
    >
    >




  3. Re: IP change notification

    Look for ipmailer, just started to use it and it does what your
    looking for...

    "Matt Warnock" wrote:

    >Anyone know of a utility that runs as a service and checks if the IP on a
    >cable modem changes? It would have to be able to read it behind a
    >firewall/router like linksys and email the notification to an email account.
    >Any suggestions? Thanks!
    >
    >



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