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want to set up a server

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i bought a domain and was planning on using my home server as the internet server for the domain. sorry but i don't know anything about this was hoping to learn as i went, but i can't get a static IP address from my cable company with out spend a TON of money. I bought the domain from go daddy if it means anything.

so the question is does anyone know a company that can host a domain and give like 2 or 3 hundred or more gigabytes of disc space?

thanks
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsHard Drive
2600k gigabyte z68XP UD4 Saphire 6850 vertex2 
Optical DriveCoolingOSMonitor
4 x 1tb samsung F3 on LSI 9260-4i RAID 6 water Win 7 pro 64 25.5" Samsung T260 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Saitek 850 old school PCPC HAF Steel Steries 
Mouse PadAudio
Steel Steries S/PDIF to MATRIX DAC / ADCOM 555 II / Infinty K... 
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DynDns = free
LAMP/WAMP = free

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I use D-Link's Dynamic DNS service, has never failed me..
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