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My question are:

Is it possible host my website from my own pc, from home to a bought domain name?

If yes, how do I do this?

















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2 Static ips and Cpanel

















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2 Static ips and Cpanel

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I do not recommend hosting it at home. Your ISP won’t allow this anyway.







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2 Static ips and Cpanel


Why 2 IPs?







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why wouldn’t they let me?

















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why wouldn’t they let me?


Most residential ISPs won’t allow it’s customers to host public websites using their connection, you’ll have to check with your terms and agreement with them.







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why wouldn’t they let me?


It costs money for bandwidth incoming and oncoming at your home.

First consult with your internet provider explain what you want to do and they may have a business’s solution for you or they may tell you a run around. But for sure no matter what they will charge you a lot of money you”ll be a lot better off going with basic shared web hosting .

















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That and spam 90% of the time if ur lucky to get more then one up on a residential line your very lucky or will be forced to buy a business line

















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The ISP is associated with my parents company, so the ISP problems are not to worry. So besides that how do I host?

















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The ISP is associated with my parents company, so the ISP problems are not to worry. So besides that how do I host?


Are you sure you have a static IP? If so, you’ll need to find a server that will be on 24/7. Then set that server up with software called cPanel (so you have a nice control panel to you). Then you’ll need to set the DNS of your domain to point to your static IP.







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All you need is 1 Static IP and make sure your host has outgoing port 80 open on there side. This could be against your ISP TOS so read on.

If you have dynamic IP’s then you can use something like dyndns.org , they are great and I’ve used them for a few test runs from my home ISP, but generally your upload speed is going to suck which will slow down clients connecting to your site.

Now DNS and access your websites from your home connection may become tricky as sometimes data crashes into each other and leaves connections hanging. I forget what this is called but some routers support it and will allow it anyways. You’ll have to do research and figure you way out how to do this and then come back and ask for advice.







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You just need one static IP. And in domain control panel create an A-record to point to your static IP.

You can do this for learning purpose, but not recommended for regular hosting.







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