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How to Make Your Own Hosting Server

For those of you who are not satisfied with paid general hosting services, maybe because the service is not good or slow, but you have a high desire to know, so it's good to learn How to Make Your Own Hosting Server with a Home Computer. It's not too difficult to do it, it just takes a few steps to get to your final goal, but as long as you persevere you can.

I am sure all of you have understood what hosting is before finally finding this article. So, hosting is a computer device that is a place for webmasters to store files or content on their website to be widely accessed via the internet. And because of the high need for hosting because new websites keep popping up every day, hosting server providers are getting more and more intriguing, but sometimes many also make their services carelessly and don't even have a basis for it and they open similar businesses which ultimately harm their own customers. . Now starting from here then many think why not make their own hosting server that can be managed from home?

  1. Unlimited but Cheap Overseas Hosting
  2. Requirements for Creating Your Own Hosting Server
  3. Everything must have conditions so that it can run as desired, including in making this hosting, you also have to be able to fulfill it and then be able to start:
  4. A computer with a Pentium 4 spec or higher such as dual core onwards with OS XP or higher.
  5. Unlimited Speedy Internet, it's great if you choose the family package.
  6. Download APPSERVER first here
  7. Place the file install location in C: \ AppServ

Steps to Create Your Own Hosting Server

Now we have entered the process and all you have to do is do the following steps:

1. Know your IP address number
(You do this in the Start button in the lower left corner, click then open Run? Cmd and type IPCONFIG / ALL) If you have found it and don't forget to write down on a sheet of paper.

2. Next, set your modem with TP LINK so that HTTP can be opened

  • First open your browser, it's good to use firefox.
  • Visit this address:
  • Log in with your account and PW from your Speedy modem, but if you don't know or maybe forget it then ask the person who installed your Speedy before.
    3. Create Virtual-Host via AppServ (Apache)

    4. Then select the Advanced Setup Menu? NAT

    5. If initially PVC0 and NAT Status appear:

    Deactive, then simply replace it with PVC1. If PVC1 turns out to be Deactive, then try pressing the Interface Setup menu, then selecting PVC1, then selecting the Activated option. Returning to Advanced Setup? NAT? PVC1

    6. Tap Virtual Server

    7. Next, the settings are according to this data:

    Rule Index: 1 and Application: HTTP_Server, then for Protocol: ALL and Start Port Number: 80 and End Port Number: 80 while Local IP Address: use the one you noted earlier.

    8. Finally, just save it.

    3. Create Virtual-Host via AppServ (Apache)

    1. First, open the folder c: \ AppServ
    2. Open a folder called Apache
    3. Then in the Conf Folder
    4. open httpd.conf file using wordpad

    5. Input the script below at the end of the existing file contents:
     # Virtual hosts
    Include conf/httpd-vhosts.conf

    6. Create an httpd-vhosts.conf file next to the httpd.conf data, and import it with the following script code:

        DocumentRoot C:\AppServ\www\~virtual\~server\public_html
        ErrorLog logs/
        CustomLog logs/ common

    Note: Don't forget to replace the red text with IP address according to your computer.

    7. Now, then open the folder called C: \ Appserv \ www

    8. Create a multi-level folder, which is to create a ~ virtual folder first, then open the folder and then create the ~ server folder, now open the folder again and create a folder called public_html (so the folder structure will look like this: C: \ AppServ \ www \ ~ virtual \ ~ server \ public_html

    9. Now you just need to restart the Apache server (find it in the start menu, find this folder: AppServ? Control By Service? Apache Restart)

    10. Finally, just check it by re-opening the browser, and enter the address of the IP address that you wrote down from your computer. If the result is Index of / ', then it is a sign that it is finished and can be accessed via the internet in general.

    4. Register your ip number to the domain name you have at (you can register the domain there at the same time if you want it to be simpler and then point the nameserver to your server, okay)

    The method above is not easy, so I also recommend using a hosting server from a company that we just pay for and we submit all of the maintenance to them, this is also called VPS (Virtual Private Server) please read.

    It's not too difficult if you want to learn How to Make Your Own Hosting Server with a Home Computer.
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      Unknown 18 November, 2019 04:24

      INFO menarik

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