I have a server and application that needs to be provided to our users from the outside world via web browser. We currently do not have a external DNS being hosted. I figured using something like GoDaddy would be good? I'm new to the DNS and web hosting world.
If my server is test.server.com.
And for example let's say my information is as so:
Server IP: 192.168.0.1
Public IP 18.104.22.168
Internal DNS server used for active directory and computers on a SBS 2010 server with the IP address of: 192.168.0.254
What steps are needed to allow the public outside world access this application being hosted on the server?
You are working the same concept. With SSL, you will want to use a certificate using the public static IP.
First find out where your public domain is hosted. Work with that hosting company to determine
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