Hi everyone, This may be a long message but I think it's best to be complete. I am trying to have a go at hosting my small business' needs at home via a spare Mac that is more than equal to the task of some server duties. I am running Server.app 4 and have my domain reserved via GoDaddy. The problem is that I've quickly discovered the actual nuts and bolts of getting my GoDaddy domain to point to my server machine are somewhat beyond my skill level at present. Here's my situation as far as the setup goes: FiOS proivder who is okay with me hosting, but provides a dynamic address. Their included modem/router is connected directly to the Internet and seems to handle all the NAT work. Next comes my Airport Extreme (AC), which is in bridge mode to avoid any double NAT issues. That is plugged into the machine I have Server on. Here is the issue: I am at a complete and total loss on how to get my GoDaddy domain squared with that server. I suppose I could plug it into my "modem" directly, but that still does not solve the issues of forwarding ports for services, and settling my dynamic IP issue re: GoDaddy--to say nothing of Hostnames and DNS (which are things I have no experience with) etc. This is not to say that I tried for five minutes, failed to get results, and promptly came to throw myself on the mercy of the good old Mac Rumors fora. I Googled, read many "power user" guides, and slogged through the swamps of Youtube to try and learn about Server. So I, in full knowledge that this is a big ask, am here to throw myself on the mercy and charity of the Mac Rumors members. And I really do want to learn about Server and how to do this properly, so I'm really very reticent to use 3rd party service at this point. Any help, guides, PM's, tips you have would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!