In the first Create a Decent Website by ITE2 NAS Part 1 post, you have learned to set up your website. In this post, it will introduce how to operate Mobirise step by step. Starting from understanding the operation interface, set up the webpage, and website information. Let you able to create a decent website all on your own!
This post will introduce how to create a decent website by ITE2 NAS.
No matter a freelancer or a business, they all need to have a website to market themselves. But not everyone can create a decent website from nothing. But don’t worry!
Now you can create a website through ITE2 NAS and Mobirise without any challenge! Mobirise is a free visual software to create a website.
By dragging objects, the user can complete the creation quickly. Also, the user can create a beautiful website without any design knowledge.
Moreover, the website created by Mobirise supports RWD design, which can let other people read on computers, tablets, and mobile phones easily.
By Mobirise and ITE2 NAS DDNS service, users can easily publish their website to the World Wide Web. So that NAS not only can back up data but also can serve as a web server.
Sounds great, right?
Now, let’s get started to create a decent website!
How do we setup ITE2 NAS DDNS with the router?
In the last post: Setup DDNS for ITE2 NAS, this post will introduce what users should do to setup ITE2 DDNS if the network environment includes the router.
Under the router network environment, it can be separate into two types: [Public IP] and [Private IP].
How to setup DDNS on ITE2 NAS? This is a question frequently asked by ITES NAS users.
But even if the user has finished setup DDNS, it may not connect correctly due to the different network environments.
In this post, we will introduce some standard network environment and DDNS setup method. This article also picked up several common modem brands as DDNS setup examples.
First, in a network environment, if there is only one modem connected to the computer and equipment, as shown below.
In this situation, the user can only set up 80, 443 port for ITE2 NAS on the modem, then DDNS should be working fine.