Hey! I wanted you guys to tell me/point me to the answer to this question - if I have a website on my home computer - everything's there - a webserver listening to the http 80 port, and things set up + a registered domain name, like www.mysupersite.com; how the hell do I bind my external IP to that domain? I want visitors to be able to type "www.mysupersite.com" in their browser and find themselves on my "super site". Sorry, for the noobness, but all I get when I serach for on "the Google" is "what is a DNS server", "what is Your IP" and stuff like that... Thanks :doh: Edit: Does yout ISP do the IP-to-Domain-name mapping usually or do you have to do it yourself, by buying this service off certain companies?