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Err... the server itself should have a static IP, but you can upload files to one from a machine with a dynamic IP.

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If you want to host a website on your home PC that has a dynamic IP you will need to use a service like http://www.everydns.net to keep your ip/domain updated.IIS doesn't touch this, it is up to the machine to sort out it's ip address.
thanx. I spent two days reading everything about IP, routers, networking a.s.onThings become clear but not yet about IIS, which supposed to be downloaded to my PC, as well as combination using asp.net .Just for testing use. I mean everything is a circle on my hard.Anyhow I'll take like granted.thanx again
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I'm not entirely sure what your question is but I hope I can offer a little help.Pretty much every web developer has a web server installed and running, locally, on his/her development machine. When you develop ASP.NET, that means you'll need to have IIS installed and running on your computer. This web server is used to process requests and render out the response just like any other web server. The only exception is that only you, and other people in your local network, can access the web site.Typically, this is done through http://localhost/ or http://127.0.0.1/ or, if you have your own private LAN, your IP address (e.g. http://192.168.0.5/).If you want to host a web site from your own computer that would allow the entire Internet to connect to it, then you either need a static IP address or you need to register your dynamic IP address, like aspnetguy suggested, with some service.If you are just getting started, a Google search like this might help:http://www.google.com/search?q=getting+started+ASP.net

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