Welcome to DSL/Cable Webserver!  Here you will find all the information you need to setup and maintain your own webserver at home or office on your DSL or Cable connection. If you already have DSL or Cable modem, you already have most of the necessary equipment; all you need to do is set it up.

DSL/Cable Webserver is hosted on DSL and you may have visited many other websites that were also run on either DSL or Cable and never knew it!  Running your own webserver is easier than you may think and might be a cost effective way for you or your company to establish a web presence.

If you happen to get stuck along the way, our online forums are a great place to ask your questions and get real working answers. If this all sounds good to you, follow along and you'll be running your own webserver from your DSL/Cable connection in no time!

"The Guide" will give you a detailed explanation of what you need to setup your own webserver.  If you want to jump right in and start running your own server, then the "Quick Start" is for you.  For more in-depth articles on how to configure the different aspects of your website, go to "Step-by-Step" which has tons of screen shots and detailed explanations.

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March 3, 2005
The end is in sight!  After 5 long years, I will *most likely* finish my Ph.D. at Caltech in June.  I have 2 months to write 2 scientific papers and my thesis.  My thesis defense will be in mid May.  Then I graduate in June.  My days are pretty crazy now.  I work from morning to night, all week and weekends too.  I gotta finish!  After my Ph.D. I will return to USC (in July!) to finish the last 2 years of my M.D.  It's going to be tight squeeze, but I think I can manage it.

I have a Step-by-Step article on how to disable auto-restart in Windows Update Automatic Updates.  Automatic Updates will automatically restart your computer if the new updates require a restart.  If you happen to have any documents or programs open, you will lose this data.  The guide here will show you how to configure Windows Update Automatic Updates to install the updates and then prompt you to restart, instead of automatically restarting.  This is a very useful thing for most of us.

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