For that, a number of steps are necessary:
- You have to own a domain, like yourcompany.com or yourschool.ac.uk or whatever. If that doesn't exist yet, you have get it from the corrosponding registrar, usually by paying.
- During registration, you'll have to give the name of a domain name server. It should contain an entry assigning yourmoodleserver.yourcompany.com to a certain IP number.
- The machine with that (public) IP number will now get the requests from the webbrowsers of your users. The server may sit anywhere on the net.
- Obviously it must host your Moodle.
If this is the first time you hear all this, you need external support.
Hardware and performance
how to host
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