I recently set-up a server with SBS 2003. I have a dynamic IP address through my local cable company. I have a domain name which I would like to use to access my server with rather than typing in a IP address that is impermanent. So I purchased the TZO Premier service and pointed my DNS to their server. That works fine. Also, I have pointed my MX records to my server so I can use my exchange server and host my own mail. That works fine. Now my issue is that I can no longer access my website (which is at this same domain name and hosted externally). Instead I get my SBS 2003 Welcome page. I use Network Solutions as my domain registar/manager. I also use a single network card in my server and run the cable through a Linksys router. So how do I set this up to where the public can access my website again (through my domain name) and I can continue to use my domain name to access my exchange server and remote desktop services? Is it even possible without having a static IP?