oudmasterMemberJuly 24, 2018 at 3:12 pm #167627
this is only for home lab,
I have home lab, use it to practice,
I want to publish some services to the Internet with domain name URL,
My Internet connection is DSL 20 Mb with dynamic Public IP address, the modem supports port forwarding (will help to publish a service).
so far, Dynamic DNS can help me, but I want to own that FQDN domain, because one of the practices I want to do is to setup my own CA Certificate for each service.
is there a free way I can do it?
if no, then what are the paid options for this case !?
Note that I have no problem if I get sub-domain like home.example.com
OssianModeratorJuly 25, 2018 at 1:29 am #192057
You will need to own a suitable domain. There may be some free ones (use my friend :google: to advise you) but you will get service and support based on the cost (and of course “free” may change in the future). Personally I would look for a cheap domain from a reputable company – I use freeparking.co.uk without problems for many years.
Similarly there are some free certificate providers, but again I would pay a little for decent support.
sajan21inMemberJuly 25, 2018 at 1:36 am #390025
thank you for your reply,
in your domain dashboard under DNS settings, can you map the domain name to a Dynamic DNS URL?, instead of mapping it to static IP address !!
OssianModeratorJuly 26, 2018 at 1:55 am #192060
Again there are services (the last one I used, many years ago, was DynDNS) which provide the mapping to dynamic DNS addresses. Again, see what your ISP charges for a static address if you can
pentium7MemberAugust 29, 2018 at 9:10 am #392094
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No Lora (or Susy – you seem slightly confused, unless you use one name for “professional” purposes). You are a spammer, and have suffered the eventual fate of all spammers here.
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