Everyone here has given all examples of things to consider I myself would have recommended. But I would like to emphasize that:
1) Your ISP may have an issue with running a profit generating server at home. Not all ISPs are like this so you might be in luck. Otherwise ask them about a small business plan, sometimes they really aren't that expensive.
2) Your server is seriously overkill (and I'm genuinely jealous
). Consider replacing it with a power sipping Atom or AMD equivalent (I have an Atom public web server that has over a year of uptime and is whisper quiet). OR! Virtualize that monster and see about monetizing on some virtual machines. You could rent out VMs for others to run web servers or game servers, run game servers yourself (for example minecraft servers are ridiculously popular).
3) Most ISPs let you pay for a static IP. A lot of ISPs even give you a static IP by default or simply do not change very often. Or you can look into Dynamic DNS options (updates name servers with IP changes via some sort of script automatically).
4) Depending on how much you trust your power provider or simply based on historical performance you may want to consider a UPS (completely off-topic do you say 'a UPS' or 'an UPS' I know the rule is an before a vowel but 'a UPS' sounds better). Though this may not even be that important if your business is casual and a small outage wouldn't harm much if at all.
5) If you don't already have one grab a decent router (I've had phenomenal luck with D-Link routers) and make sure you forward port 80 and 443 to your server on your home LAN. This way there is no need for any extra IP or anything just for your server. Port forwarding or Virtual Server configuration on your router is dead simple and works like a champ, I've been doing it for years.
Um I think that's all I got off the top of my head. I'll stop by later and see if you have any other questions. Good luck sir.
EDIT: Forgot two words that made a sentence sound stupid.
Last edited by thegtproject
on Mon Jul 08, 2013 11:04 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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