I would like to ask if it is possible to visit a URL link at a specified period using ESP32. I have ESP32-WROOM-32D model.
I need it to experiment if this could be possibly used for an updating DDNS task. The link I want to visit starts with HTTPS and then I have my DDNS provider along with the token for updating the IP.
So "visiting a link" means doing the same action as if you click on a link in your browser?
I'm not familiar with the inner details of how a browser works
I guess it is some kind of a http-get or http-post-command sended to the website.
maybe this is interesting for you
best regards Stefan
Thank you for your response, I have been struggling with that library since couple of days.
The problem here is that, my DDNS provider is not part of the supported DDNS providers in the library.
I have also tried to add my DDNS provider in the library but apparently I am doing something wrong in the code since the DDNS does not update.
The procedure I follow when I check if DDNS updating works is changing the IP in the A record to some random numbers. Then I wait 10 seconds according to the time setting and the IP in the A record still remains the random one.
If I copy and paste the update link in the browser and visit it, the IP in the A record is successfully updated to my WAN IP Address.
By the way my DDNS provider is called ClouDNS.
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