At the web page http://setip.dynaccess.com
we offer an HTTP interface for manual account updates.
For automatic account updates via the HTTP interface, use the same address:
Your current dynamic IP address is automatically recognised by the DynAccess server, i.e. you do not have
to explicitly specify it as a parameter during an account update.
If you let our system determine your IP, you should make sure that your connection to the DynAccess server
is not via a proxy server. This would lead to the IP of the proxy server being used.
You can also use our anti-proxy interfaces on port 81:
You transmit your data to our update server by sending a URL-coded request string according to the specification
for HTTP-CGI requests (GET) which looks like the following
Please note the question mark shown in red.
1.) necessary parameters
||your account name
||the 7-character password(1)
|(1) Please note also our
concerning encoded passwords.
2.) optional parameters
Time in hours or minutes after which
your account is reset to a neutral IP as long as no further update
has taken place. In order to specify the expire time in minutes,
add an "M" with no space after the numerical value.
If you specify an expiration time which is less than the
"minimal expire time" according to your tariff,
then the system uses the time you specify to extend your minimal
time. For example, if you have the Business-C tariff and specify
"Expire=5M", the system uses 35 minutes as the expiration
Example: Expire=24 oder Expire=1440M
||Your current IP. If this is
not specified explicitly, then it is determined automatically by
||You have the possibility to
automatically receive and evaluate the response of our system.
Since this is an HTML page, processing is probably rather difficult.
If you set the value LowOutput to 1, then you receive just one line of
text which can be easily processed. By default, the "long"
HTML information is returned, i.e. LowOutput=0.
Via LowOutput=2 you receive several lines of text describing the configuration
carried out which contains more information than LowOutput=1.
Example: LowOutput=1 or LowOutput=2