I have installed centos in fedora virtualbox. I would like to create a webserver in centos. Which would resolve dns on dynamic ip. Can I do that. If i can then how? I don't have a router or static ip.
I have a router with dynamic dhcp where I created some fixed adresses for some things I want to use with dyndns.
The problem is, that I have a pc/server which does not support dhcp/dynamic ip, so I have a static IP on this one (instead of only static IP for it on the router + pc in dhcp mode), which is the reason it won't show on my router's interface for portforwarding.
How can I make it show in
As we all know, e-mail from a server with a dynamic IP-Adress is (nearly) always rejected because of the high risk of spam.
Now I had the following idea and wanted to ask you if this'll work.
Let your (actual) server be connected to a dynamic IP router
Let the MX record point to this dynamic IP (for receiving)
Now let's further assume one buys an VPN access with a dedicated static IP