I don’t have a static public IP. Does anyone have experience in using DDNS to update Google Domains record and have it resolve subdomains?
I’m installing on a home system and don’t have a static IP address. To work around that, on my CentOS system I’ve installed ddclient.
In my Google Domains, I’ve created two records. They are as follows:
- A synthetic Dynamic DNS record with an ‘@‘ in the data field.
- A custom resource CNAME record, with ‘*’ for the name and the domain name in the data field so this is supposed to be acting as a wildcard record.
The synthetic record receives the IP address updates from the ddclient service that’s running on my codius server. Ideally I’ll be able to resolve my domain, ex. xrp.com, as well as codius.xrp.com, or contract.codius.xrp.com. Unfortunately, my configuration doesn’t seem to resolve. I can resolve the domain, xrp.com, but not any subdomains that are prefixed onto that.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!
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