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Re: Apache question,



That should read:

"...and everything can be done when you register it, like pointing it to 
your ip, etc."

Unless you specifically opt for them to host your DNS, there's absolutely 
no reason to assume that it willb e done, automatically.

On Wed, 25 Feb 2004, Amandeep wrote:

> Yes there is annual fee for registering a domain. You can register the 
> domain and everyhting will be done when you register it like pointing it 
> to tour ip etc.
> You can manitain your own DNS server too if you want to.
> 
> Aman
> 
> kluu te wrote:
> 
> >I got my Apache up and running and can access the server through my static IP adress. But I want to register a domain to point to my server IP. How do I do it? Is there any annual fee to Internic or Versign? Can I maintain the domain name myself?
> >And do I need a DNS server locally or can I use my ISP DNS server?
> >  
> >
> 
> 
> 
> 

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