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[fix] Reveal Public Ip


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EDIT: Just contributed the code on GitHub ;)

The reveal public IP option from the status page wasn't working on my pineapple with FW v1.1.1

Probably because of changes at http://whatismyip.org

I have a new piece of code for you all :)

Edit this file in your favorite texteditor: (i used notepad++)

/www/pineapple/index.php

Look for this line: (line 77 in my case)

echo exec("wget -qO- http://whatismyip.org") . "<br />";

And change it into this line:

echo exec("wget -qO- http://checkip.dyndns.org|sed -e 's/.*Current IP Address: //' -e 's/<.*$//' ") . "<br />"; 

If you want to test the code first, login your pineapple via SSH and copy/paste following code:

wget -qO- http://whatismyip.org

this will fail :P

but

wget -qO- http://checkip.dyndns.org|sed -e 's/.*Current IP Address: //' -e 's/<.*$//'

will work :lol:

Maybe Seb could take this fix in next firmware release ;)

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The reveal public IP option from the status page wasn't working on my pineapple with FW v1.1.1

Probably because of changes at http://whatismyip.org

I have a new piece of code for you all :)

Edit this file in your favorite texteditor: (i used notepad++)

/www/pineapple/index.php

Look for this line: (line 77 in my case)

echo exec("wget -qO- http://whatismyip.org") . "<br />";

And change it into this line:

echo exec("wget -qO- http://checkip.dyndns.org|sed -e 's/.*Current IP Address: //' -e 's/<.*$//' ") . "<br />"; 

If you want to test the code first, login your pineapple via SSH and copy/paste following code:

wget -qO- http://whatismyip.org

this will fail :P

but

wget -qO- http://checkip.dyndns.org|sed -e 's/.*Current IP Address: //' -e 's/<.*$//'

will work :lol:

Maybe Seb could take this fix in next firmware release ;)

replacing http://whatismyip.org with http://icanhazip.com work perfectly too :)

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I second icanhazip.com!

wget -qO- icanhazip.com

I agree the code stays clean and crisp that way.

But i'm not to fond with small or privately owned websites, because you never know for how long they will be up or support the service.

I think that a website like dyndns, won't be leaving the interwebs soon :)

Stability is my goal ;)

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I agree the code stays clean and crisp that way.

But i'm not to fond with small or privately owned websites, because you never know for how long they will be up or support the service.

I think that a website like dyndns, won't be leaving the interwebs soon :)

Stability is my goal ;)

.dyndns.org websites are FREE domain names given by dyndns.com. I know this because I have a .dyndns.org site myself becuase I dont want to pay for a domain name yet.

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ipchicken has been around for years and years...I don't have my pineapple near me (traveling unfortunately without it.../cry) to test, but has anyone gotten that to work?

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