- I tried Chrome Incognito mode and regardless of that, it still doesn't work.
- I also noted that Safari has a security option "Fraudulent Sites:" that needs to be disabled for the script to work.
I have the same situation, and your answer doesn't work, or I misunderstood something.as they are going to the same IP I would suggest updating the root domain with the host as the @ sign and a wildcard record with the host as the * sign.. if you only update individual host records then there is a chance that an update is missed if we receive it while we are reloading the zone from the current dyn update we had just received.
That use of root is not that same as wildcard updating, which was the underlying point, but my question was if I can use "@" instead of the domain, and your answer seems to indicate that I can; but then how do the update affect the relevant domain? i.e. I could have more than one.so you could only dyn update the root domain with the @ sign and then create a Cname where [snip] points to [snip]
ddclient does support wildcard updates: wildcard = yes