How do I connect to the Internet if I'm providing the hosting (email & web) and dial-in services myself?
Posted on 2004-10-27
If I am providing the following services for my clients (1) dial-in using ISDN and RAS (2) email and web hosting on a Red Hat Linux Server, exactly what type of connection to I need to the Internet? Obviously I do not need the basic services offered by the ISP as I am providing them myself.
Would my connection to the ISP be via a router in this case - or what?
If I'm using a Red Hat Linux Server to provide my clients with email and web hosting, do I need other software that will allow me to communicate with the Internet to collect emails and be able to access any web site any where in the world?