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This is important if you want to use your Raspberry Pi as a server.I personally use No-IP for historic reason since I have my free account for at least 10 years.The configuration wizard will ask for your No IP account details, as well as the host you want to be using. When it asks if you want to run anything on an update, you should probably just enter “No”.By default, the DUC software will not start when you reboot your system.Make sure you set the rules for Firewall, bind the port you needed in your Antivirus. I hope you found your solution, but for people looking for an answer: When you forward a port on your router, you need to specify the IP of the device which host the service.In your forwarding table you use 192.168.53.1 which is the router IP. At home i have a router which is connected to the ISP. I forward Port 80 to my RPi static IP address 192.168.1.190.
It helps to prevent people from "seeing" you on the internet, therefore improving your security a little bit.This is where comes in, which we installed earlier. We’re going to be using a simple script, as is described in the software’s readme file, with a slight alteration to make it work on our distribution.I have the script uploaded on my webserver, so you can just download it to your drive.Since I don't have a static IP I am trying to use DDNS.For that, I've registered a free domain(net) with Noip.com, it binds my external IP (101.50x) with the domain name.
On my RPi i have a Webserver with a mysql database running.