Local Web Server - Public DNS

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I have my local web server wynneapps1.corp.wynnetr.com that has an internal IP of 10.0.0.3. I want to make that public. I already have my firewall setup to allow access publicly by using the public IP address 63.147.xxx.xx and I can access that fine. How do I get wynneapps1.corp.wynnetr.com to resolve publicly so I can use that instead of the ip address in my browser, etc. Thank you.

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You'll need to register the domain name with one of the public domain registrars. Then you'll also need a hosting provider to point the new domain name to your public ip address. Most registrars can do both.

 

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