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From Horia Bochis <>
Subject Re: very basic web server hosting question
Date Thu, 21 Dec 2000 22:16:06 GMT

Well, you surely need a static IP address. Try to find a ISP around you
who can provide non-stop Internet link and you will get the IP from him.

Another way is to find a Hosting Service on the web (an affordable one)
which allows this kind of services.

I am also a beginner in this tomcat stuff, and I had a strage wish to get
the tomcat for windows, but I have got lost betweens so many files, there.
Any hint?

Horia Bochis
WebMaster @ Romania Data Systems - Oradea

On Thu, 21 Dec 2000, David Peregrim wrote:

> This is my first post to this list.  I hope this is somewhere in the
> ballpark of acceptable behavior.
> I downloaded tomcat and I am successfully running the tomcat web server.  I
> wrote java servlets and java server pages and created a web site that I wish
> to host from my computer.  The application is fully tested with my computer
> running as both the client and server.  I want  to expose my computer to the
> internet.  What is the next step to get web browser from another client to
> reach my web server?  Do I need some kind of ip address?  How does one get
> an ip address?
> thanks,
> dave peregrim
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