Joe Pluta wrote:
1. You have to have a static IP address
2. You have to own the domain name
3. You have to point the domain to your static IP address

Well, strictly speaking none of these are true. As long you don't run afoul of your ISP, you can host a website with a dynamic IP that's pointing to a subdomain of one of the dynamic IP DNS providers (like no-ip.com, dyndns.org, etc).


david



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