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want to host jsf application

 
Vineet kumar Gupta
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hello seniors....

i want to host my jsf web application ...for it i have purchased a domain name...suppose abc.in ...now i want to host it on my own computer ....using my dynamic ip

i am using apache tomcat ...........

if it is possible to host a application on my home computer ??? and i also want that the domain name which i have purchased ...to be used

one thing more ....suppose my current public ip is.... 223.223.43.45 ....right now i am able to acces my application on another computer ......using ...
223.223.43.45:8080/myapp


i only want to know how to bind this 223.223.43.45:8080/myapp to my domain
abc.com ?? they are saying add nameserver something like it.....i dont know what is it nameserver

if any one about this please help
 
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