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I have a domain name from GoDaddy, How do I point it to my local Windows server so that the application running on 10.0.3.89:8900 can be seen by the whole internet ?

How do I juggle bindings, Do I have to use Nameservers like other online we hosts ( e.g ns1.godaddy.com , ns2.godaddy.com ? ).

Thank you.

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Don't host on your own hardware (unless you really know what you're doing)
This is a really a Very Bad Idea. Your server will be slow, your website will be unreliable, and the entire network will probably get hacked. Not good.

You've been hacked

You could also buy your own server hardware dedicated to hosting the website. In order to do this, however, you'll need a solid understanding of network hardware and software, a blazing-fast internet connection, and a reliable power supply. Even then, you still might be opening up your network to security risks, the upfront costs could be significant, and the site will still likely never be as fast as it would be if hosted in an enterprise data center.

However, if you'd like to do that you'll need to use a static IP service (Fixed IP).

You'll need to forward port 80 on your router to the web server. This usually isn't recommended for small/basic networks, so make sure you know what you're doing.

For more info, you can refer to below links:

How to Host Your Own Website
Can I host my own website with my own computer? How would I go about doing that?
What equipment would I need to launch my own web hosting server

In my opinion, It's better that you should host on VPS. It can have any operating system you'd like. And you control it. It is much cheaper that dedicated hosting on your hardware.

here are a few services you might want to consider for VPS

https://aws.amazon.com/
https://www.digitalocean.com/
https://www.heroku.com/ (this one have free hosting if you don't mind the 24/7 uptime)

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