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How i can i host my website through an static ip address
There are a slew of free DNS services out there. Here are just a few:
They have instructions on how to use it.
Remember when using a typical United States home Internet Service Provider that your upload speeds are very slow compared to the down speed. That's why most people will just go to a Domain Name and Web Hosting company such as: http://www.namecheap.com/domains/domain-name-search.aspx
You can let them host your website for a small fee each month if your site will eventually have a lot of traffic.
Posted on Feb 13, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sorry mate but you have kinda lost me here, if you need a static IP address for the internet you need to contact you isp and they will provide you one, if you want to set your machine to set IP Address just go into properties for local network connection and use somthing like 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0 and leave the dns to obtain. but you wont be able to set a internet static ip address by doing this, only way is to contact your isp.. All the best John
Posted on Mar 08, 2007
There are several private address ranges that may be affecting the operations you are attempting to perform see table
IP Address Ranges Reserved for Private Use
Class Networks A 10.0.0.0 through 10.255.255.255 B 172.16.0.0 through 172.31.0.0 C 192.168.0.0 through 192.168.255.0
All addresses in this range in your network are only directly addressable to machines within your network at most by default. The router to your ISP and the internet as a whole maps these addresses onto the IP address assigned statically or dynamically by your ISP to the WAN side of your router using an address translation (NAT) service. So where you are attempting to connect to this device from may be significant. You may need to review your setup guide to see if it references router configuration requirements to support access to the Web_xpander port from devices not attached to your internal network. If you have multiple internal networks (address ranges and not devices) this could also be an issue.
Secondly -- does the Setup software for the device tell you the IP address assuming it is dynamically assigned. Otherwise how would you know what the address is. Static assignment could resolve that issue however you must understand your network to assign your own address. Given a theoretical network where the router gateway is 220.127.116.11 and the network mask is 255.255.255.0 the valid network addresses are 192.168.1.0 - 192.168.1.255. A router or other device supporting DHCP address assignment reserves another range such as 192.168.0.100 for 50 leases (ending at 192.168.0.149) for dynamic assignment to requesting network adapters. Ignoring the 0 and 255 address this leaves open to the network administrator (you in your home) the possibility of assigning static IP address in the ranges of say 192.168.0.2 - 192.168.0.99 and 192.168.0.150 - 192.168.0.254 or so. You as well as the DHCP server are required to assure that there are no duplicate IP addresses assigned on your network. So statically assigning 192.168.0.100 (which is DHCP assignable in our case) could and would most likely result in duplicate addressing and network problems.
Posted on Dec 08, 2007
connect your router your computer via LAN cable
click start on windows
click run and type CMD
On the DOS command prompt type IPCONFIG/ALL
look for the gateway address, that is the IP Adress of your router
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
Verizon blocks port 80 traffic to residential customers. If you want to host a website, they expect you to pay for the business service and a static IP.
I am monkeying around with my DNS records on goDaddy to see if I can get http traffic to go to port 8080 instead of port 80. So far, I have not had any success.
I did find no-ip.com, which, for $25/year, will "host" a simple redirect for you, so that when people type in http://yourdomain.com, it actually gets redirected to http://yourdomain.com:8080. That :8080 does show up in the address bar, but I think that's okay. Especially for $25/year.
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
Testimonial: "made me open my eyes. I ended up using dydns.com works good."
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Resolving IP Address Conflicts
Try the following remedies for IP conflicts:
1. For networks where IP addresses are fixed (statically assigned), ensure each local host is configured with a unique IP address.
2. If your computer has a dynamically assigned address, releasing and renewing its IP address can workaround IP address conflicts.
3. If your home router is believed to have a faulty DHCP server causing IP conflicts on the home network, upgrading the router firmware may resolve this problem.
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