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Old 07-12-2008, 05:15 PM   #1
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Zac Bedell's iPhone Bookshelf App ShelfServer Help Needed

I would like to set up a shelfserver that can be accessed via the internet (such as an edge or wifi connection away from home).

This involves some port forwarding which I have some vague understanding but it looks like I might need to have a static IP. So I've been debating whether I want to buy a static IP from my ISP or whether I go with a web hosting service that allows for java apps and run the java app from the hosting service.

Does anyone have an opinion regarding that or am I completely wrong about the need for a static IP? Thanks in advance.
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