How to configure no-ip on Ubuntu?

Hello!

There is the service no-ip 2 host, but can't figure out how to customize them to the game server.
The backstory here - How to open ports from ZyXEL Keenetic Giga II?

Their client I installed. The configuration file seems to be created:
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The no-ip client is running, but after all these actions on the host server finds.

What could be the problem?
September 19th 19 at 12:14
2 answers
September 19th 19 at 12:16
Please lay out the output of this command:
cat /usr/local/etc/no-ip2.conf

And in the kinetics case no no-ip?
Possible causes:
1)does not have updated record at no-ip.
2) Incorrect configuration of client you have on the car.
3) the Client is running? (well, you never know, the config generated, but to run - not running)
And in the kinetics case no no-ip?

Thanks for the tip. In the web Configurator do was a section where I pointed out the data no-ip. Only here it did not help.

As for the command cat /usr/local/etc/no-ip2.conf:
1fe471a263724d1bb5d2471179289bec.png - lucie24 commented on September 19th 19 at 12:19
well, I don't see running client no-ip. Either process is called differently. The config is encrypted, and okay, he's not especially do not say anything.
Say you have an external address (from the provider who comes to your Kinetik) static or dynamic? - Lydia.Bahring commented on September 19th 19 at 12:22
September 19th 19 at 12:18
You have mixed two problems, not having anything in common.
Everything you need from no-ip to domain name resolvidos in your current external dynamic IP.
Is this happening? Verified banal ping on the domain name that needs to ping your external IP (it does not matter whether there are replies to pings)

To be able from the external network to connect to the service behind a router, the router must be configured for port forwarding (proizvoditeli in adminco call someone in that much): redirecting incoming packets (TCP|UDP|both) and port number on the local machine with IP such and such on the ports something. Checked try to open a connection from the outside world

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