I want to host a site using xampp on the internet without public IP. Please help
I want to host a site using xampp on the internet without public IP.
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If you want to host a website using XAMPP on the internet without a public IP address, you can use a service such as Ngrok or Pagekite to create a secure tunnel to your local server. These services allow you to expose your XAMPP web server to the internet without a public IP address.
To use Ngrok, follow these steps:
Note that Ngrok creates a new URL each time you start it, so you’ll need to update any links or bookmarks each time you use it. Additionally, Ngrok is a free service, but it does have some limitations on usage and features.
Hosting a website using XAMPP on the internet can be a bit tricky, especially if you don’t have a public IP address. However, it’s not impossible, and I’m here to guide you through the process.
First of all, it’s important to understand that hosting a website using XAMPP means that you’ll be using your own computer as a server. This can be a good solution for testing and development purposes, but it’s not recommended for production websites.
Now, let’s get into the steps:
Keep in mind that hosting a website using XAMPP is not as secure or reliable as using a professional hosting service. If you plan to host a production website, it’s highly recommended that you use a dedicated hosting service instead. But for testing and development purposes, this solution can work quite well. Good luck with your website!