Continued from PART 2..
Making your LAMP Home Server available to Public domain..
This Tutorial is separated in 3 Parts
3. Making your LAMP Home Server available to Public domain <-- You are here
PART 3 -
If you have followed the Part 1 and 2, You should be having a running web server.
Get yourself a DynDNS domain.
Register / Create a account.
Click on Services > Select "Add Host Services"
[This service is free]
Get yourself a suitable domain name.
Redirect it to your IP ( Whatever the IP is )
Save the preferences
Now you have to configure your router to divert connections on your Port 80 on your Public IP.
That is NATing.
[You must know the IP of your router]
[Most routers are configured from web ui or telnet]
All the router interfaces may vary.
[Remember you have to forward the port 80.]
Using DynDNS client
You can update your DynDNS domain using in-built feature of your ADSL2 router.
If your router doesn't have such feature
You can DynDNS Clients
Confirm the Configuration
Go to any proxy site and visit your Web Site from there
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