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comment Hosting an apache server from my mac
You can use a .tk domain at dot.tk if you have it. People give out hosting. Some give out free subdomains too. 000webhost.com give free PHP hosting. Port forwarding I can't really help with as it depends on the router brand and model. You can usually login to it at either 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1
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comment Hosting an apache server from my mac
@Coder404 You can either get a free website. Or you can try having your router accept incoming connections from something like port 6000 and forward them to 80. Then you just have to tell your friend to use yourip:6000 where yourip is your ip address then after 6000 append the path to the file.
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comment Backing up VPS and Database Servers for website
I don't know too much about IIS, but if it is anything like Apache you could upload the config files to S3 too once and then they can be downloaded latter if you need them. As far as services, the only thing I can think of would be to keep a list and re-install them manually. Depending on what you need from the service you could get it partially up within a couple hours then work on the rest.
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