A tool written in python to update freenom's dns records
pip install freenom-dns-updater
Let's say you want to add or update your main A/AAAA domain records exemple.tk with your current ip (v4/v6). Simply type :
fdu record update $LOGIN $PASSWORD exemple.tk
Note that if you don't have a ipv6 access, the tool will detect that and will update only the A record (ipv4) of example.tk.
In order to add or update the subdomain sub.example.tk:
fdu record update $LOGIN $PASSWORD example.tk -n sub
If you want to update multiple (sub)domains you could call the tool for each domains.
Even better, you can create a configuration file.
A configuration is a YAML file, which look like :
login: [email protected] password: yourpassword # list here the records you want to add/update record: # the following will update both the A and AAAA records with your current ips (v4 and v6). # Note that if you don't have a ipv6 connection, the program'll detect it and will only update the A record (ipv4) - domain: test.tk # the following will update both your subdomain's A and AAAA records with your current ips (v4 and v6) - domain: test.tk name: mysubdomain # here's more advanced exemples # the following will update the AAAA record with a specified ipv6 - domain: test2.tk name: # you can omit this line type: AAAA target: "fd2b:1c1b:3641:1cd8::" # note that you have to quote ipv6 addresses ttl: 24440 # the following will update your subdomain's A record with your current ip (v4) - domain: test2.tk name: mysubdomain type: A target: auto # you can omit this line # you can omit the record type and give only ipv4 or ipv6 addresses. - domain: test2.tk name: ipv6sub target: "fd2b:1c1b:3641:1cd8::" - domain: test2.tk name: ipv4sub target: "22.214.171.124"
In order to use such configuration, you can use the following command :
fdu update /path/to/config
Where /path/to/config can be either:
In order to launch regularly an update, you can launch the tool with :
fdu process -c -i -r -t 3600 /path/to/config
Where the params are :
|-c||cache the ip and update only if there is any changes|
|-i||ignore errors when updating|
|-r||renew the domains|
|-t||time (in second) to wait between two updates|
|/path/to/config||a path or a url to a configuration file|
For ease of use a systemd unit file is available along the source code.
systemd/system/freenom-dns-updater.serviceinto a valid systemd unit folder (
systemctl enable freenom-dns-updater systemctl start freenom-dns-updater
There's two straightforward choices :
fdu updatecommand using cron, windows' scheduled task, ...
If you want to run this tool in an "isolated" environment there's a docker image available at maxisoft/freenom-dns-updater
Note that if you want to use the ipv6 functionality, you have to enable the docker ipv6 stack
docker run -it --rm maxisoft/freenom-dns-updater fdu update https://gist.githubusercontent.com/maxisoft/1b979b64e4cf5157d58d/raw/freenom.yml
docker run -d --rm -v /path/to/config:/etc/freenom.yml maxisoft/freenom-dns-updater