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hosting my own web site ... how to configure

 
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I would like to host my own web site. I have the necessary hardware, modem, router to 3 PCs. One of the PCs will be hosting the web site with a J2ee web server. I will be getting high speed cable with 1 static IP (I guess at the router). Can someone tell me where I can get the necessary info to configure and test the web site while maintaining a high level of security.
 
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I would start by studying whats available at the router level. My Netopia router blocks all ports but the few I let through specifically. The router should be your first line of defense.
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