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    Default configuring localhost, working with IBM RAD

    Hello, I have a project in which I have been using jsp, ejb and mssql. I have been using IBM rational application developer for developing my project.

    The website is showing in my localhost. But the problem here is I want to use my laptop as a server and I would like to map this website to a domain name.

    For example when I type "www.example.com" in any browser (not only in my laptop)it should show my website. Can anyone please guide me how can I configure my localhost for this thing. I have been using websphere 6.1v for my website.
    Last edited by clipod; 12-01-2010 at 11:36 PM. Reason: typo

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    So you have all of that on your laptop?

    When you enter
    http://localhost:8080/MyApplication/index.jsp
    you can see yuor site?

    Insted of localhost, use your IP address so anyone in your intranet
    can see your site, or if you are connected to Internet directly use your
    dynamic or static IP:

    http://192.168.100.1:8080/MyApplication/index.jsp

    If you want to play with real domains - either buy yourself one at ISP
    or maybe you can find some free hosting to upload your site there.

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    Hi, this is the welcome page for my website.
    http://localhost:9081/BizWeb/welcome.do

    I can see my website pretty well with localhost.
    I also purchased a domain for that and now I just need to map my domain to my localhost.
    I need some guidance coz I could not understand how can I configure my websphere to get this mapping thing done.

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    Is this concept that you are looking for?

    How do I host my own domain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FON View Post
    Is this concept that you are looking for?

    How do I host my own domain?
    No, its for configuring it to my own domain. But I understood about dynamic dns thing and all. I know even about the port forwarding. I was wondering how to configure my laptop to map my domain to my localhost page where my website is located. Coz when I type my "localhost: portnumber" in the laptop it does not show anything. I have to configure something for that. So thats where I am stuck at.
    Last edited by clipod; 12-03-2010 at 02:08 PM. Reason: typo error

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    Quote Originally Posted by FON View Post
    Ok I will try that. May be that will work. Thanks for the help. I will post updates if I find a solution. Well in case if you find any other ways please let me know.

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