FREE, you get a fully qualified sub-domain (yourname.myserver.org),
which allows others out on the Internet the ability to access
your computer with a friendly name instead of a hard to remember
numbered address such as (18.104.22.168).
Provided your BroadBand
internet provider does not block ports such as 80,25,110
you can run all the popular server software such as IIS, File
sharing servers, IRC servers, Personal Web Server, Mail
Servers , FTP Servers, and much, much more.
In addition, all the
tools you will need to manage your sub-domain from any computer
running Windows 95-2000/XP connected to the Internet are included.
If you are running any other operating system such as Linux
or MacOS we do have a Web
Login IP update form you can use.
Free accounts must
use the support forum for technical
support, we do not offer telephone support for this product.
Basic Relay, Domain, Silver Domain, Platinum Domain, and ISP
accounts are eligible for toll free technical support.
Before signing up for our FREE Services we suggest that you
use our automated
port sniffer to identify whether or not your Boradband
Internet provider is currently blocking ports on your connection.
This tool will detect the presence of your web server, mail
server, etc. It will not however sniff for the presence of
an open port without anything running on it, you must have
either a mail, web or other server type actively listening
on your server. In order for the tool to work properly you
must also have the port open and accessible on your routeable
IP address. If you are using any type of firewall\router appliance
you should open these ports before starting the detection
process. If you need assistance checking your situation please
feel free to post on our support
forum. We are more than happy to assist you. If it is
determined that your provider is blocking ports we do have
another solution that will work around this common issue called
Port Forwarding, for more information on these services please
check out our services link.
Available For You To Use
How to open a port
up on a Linksys DSL Router
listing of common TCP/IP Service Ports