clarification before buying a internet static IP address
cuongvt at fpt.vn
Mon Jul 16 14:30:36 UTC 2007
Tnx for quick response. I would like to confirm as below:
You said that:
"You don't want to buy a domain (or at least not in the first place).
The thing you need is a static IP address, first, and that's not being
'sold' by a domain reseller / registrar."
If I don't buy a domain being 'sold' by a domain reseller, so how can I
obtain a static IP address?
Looking foward to hear from you.
> On 07/16/07 16:13, vuthecuong wrote:
>> I need from you advice before doign things.
>> Up to now, I have a home web server using free DynamicDNS service of
>> With it, I can access directly to my home web server from ouside through
>> Now for some reason, I not want to use DynamicDNS service anymore.
>> So I tend to buy a staticDNS from domain reseller.
>> Suppose that I only buyed a domain www.mydomain.com with internet static IP
>> address : 126.96.36.199, not buyed hosting service from that domain reseller,
>> can I be able to set up my own DNS server (in my home PC server) so that
>> I can
>> browse directly to my home web server by typing www.mydomain.com
>> into address bar of firefox, opera?
>> i meaned, in other words, in order to host one website so that in can be
>> all over the world, I have no way but must use external hosting service?
>> Sorry for my bad English
> You don't want to buy a domain (or at least not in the first place).
> The thing you need is a static IP address, first, and that's not being
> 'sold' by a domain reseller / registrar.
> As soon as you've got a static IP address (either provider independent
> or not) you may either 1) let a DNS A entry from your domain point to
> this IP address or 2) still use dyndns.org (even with static IP
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