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(@josephrk)
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I am making a website using PHP and MySQL and I am fed up with web hosts. So how do I go about turning one of those classic white mac books into a web server and lead a domain to it?

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You will establish tunneling with the aid of your router to make your website seen to the exterior international. the least puzzling way is to establish an exhibit port map for seventy-one. 232.230.one hundred eighty: eighty to 192.168.a million.one 0 one:eighty. the variety you are trying this relies upon on the make and sort of your router.

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Not a good idea. You know why? Because you cannot practically maintain a stable bandwidth and bandwidth to your machine. Plus, the RAM is not designed to handle server kinds of requests.

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(@james-allen)
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You will end up losing a lot in terms of downtime. You'd rather buy affordable hosting like the Entrepreneur or business package here at Pace work rather than wasting your time and resources hosting on a Mac Book.

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(@william_k)
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Honestly that does not make business sense. Unless you just want to host something for yourself. But for serious web hosting, you have not choice but to bur a reliable hosting package.

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