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Advice - DHCP IP Change Alert App

Some Advice...

I'm looking to download an application that provides remote and local alerting and logging for dynamic IP address changes. The app needs to get the IP address from a Linksys router and also have the ability to send out email notifications using SMTP set to SSL and Port 587, i.e.the ability to configure the email setup.

I tried a program called DHCP Alerter 1.04, but it does not allow a user to change a the SMTP port setting or use SSL.

Anyone have any ideas?

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So i take it, whacking it with a bigger hammer is out?




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So i take it, whacking it with a bigger hammer is out?
Yeah, that would not be a good idea.

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ok just checking. I'm really good at that. my IT dept, loves me




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ok just checking. I'm really good at that. my IT dept, loves me
Back when I worked as a LAN and SQA Lab administrator, while I never admitted to in at the time, I did mess up a few PCs while working on them.

I would tell my manager that it was "hardware failure" and order a new part or PC.

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Some Advice...

I'm looking to download an application that provides remote and local alerting and logging for dynamic IP address changes. The app needs to get the IP address from a Linksys router and also have the ability to send out email notifications using SMTP set to SSL and Port 587, i.e.the ability to configure the email setup.

I tried a program called DHCP Alerter 1.04, but it does not allow a user to change a the SMTP port setting or use SSL.

Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks,
Is the DHCP service running on the router? Another option may be to run DHCP inside the network, set the logging level desired, and use Trusted FTP to view the logs(encrypt the log files if prying eyes are you concern)?

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