gandi-live-dns - DynDNS Updater for Gandi LiveDNS REST API

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This is a simple dynamic DNS updater for the Gandi registrar. It uses their LiveDNS REST API to update the zone file for a subdomain of a domain to point at the external IPv4 address of the computer it has been run from. It has been developed on Debian 8 Jessie and tested on Debian 9 Stretch GNU/Linux using Python 2.7.

http://doc.livedns.gandi.net/
https://github.com/cavebeat/gandi-live-dns

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