Making your LAMP Home Server available to Public domain

By Pratik Shivarkar | Labels: , , , ,

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.
Now you have to make it available to public domain. even if you have a dynamic IP address.
Step 1.
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

Step 2.
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.]

Step 3.
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

Step 4.
Confirm the Configuration
Go to any proxy site and visit your Web Site from there
.
All Done!


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