Let’s setup your original domain name to apache2 running on Raspberry Pi 4!
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What is needed
Below procedure are needed to setup domain name on Raspberry Pi 4.
☑Obtaining global IP address and assigning to your router ☑Obtaining domain name ☑Assigning fixed IP address to Raspberry Pi 4 ☑Setting domain name to Raspberry Pi 4
Let me skip Obtaining global IP address and assigning to your router because this step depends on your environment.
Obtaining domain name
If your site needs credit such as company site or hosting Google Adsense, you need to get paid domain name.
But I think free domain name is enough for Raspberry Pi 4 because in most cases Raspberry Pi 4 is used for personal.
I use Freenom.
You can get free domain name which ends with .tk/.tq as well as paid domain name which ends with .com/.org/etc.
I will show with example of yasufumi-yokoyama.gq which is my domain name.
You can see domain name you input is available or not.
This site shows other candidates like shown below.
If you click “Checkout”, you can proceed to obtain domain name.
Moving configuration view.
Period should be 12 Months @ FREE to use at least 1 year for free.
Choose Use Freenom DNS Service and input your global IP address you got in advance.
You see 2 input fields because usually domain name has 2 patterns “without www” and “with www”. Put the same IP address to them.
This is final review.
If everything is OK, please do Complete Order to finish.
Assigning fixed IP address to Raspberry Pi 4
This is a piece of cake!
Just configuring /etc/dhcpcd.conf in Raspberry Pi 4.
You need to decide which IP address to us.
Setting change will be effective after rebooting.
$ sudo vim /etc/dhcpcd.conf # Below contents are added to bottom of dhcpcd.conf # Assiging fixed IP address to Wi-Fi device interface wlan0 # Assiging 192.168.1.123 static ip_address=192.168.1.123/24 # Default gateway is 192.168.1.1 which is router static routers=192.168.1.1 # DNS is 192.168.1.1 which is router as well static domain_name_servers=192.168.1.1
Setting domain name to Raspberry Pi 4
This is also easy.
You only need to restart apache2 after editing /etc/apache2/sites-available/000-default.conf.
sudo vim /etc/apache2/sites-available/000-default.conf # Input your domain name to ServerName ServerName yasufumi-yokoyama.gq # apache2を再起動する $ sudo systemctl restart apache2
Now you access your domain name from your smartphone.
If configuration is proper you can see top page like below.
If your smartphone is connected your home Wi-Fi, you may see router configuration page.
So it’s better to set off Wi-Fi on your smartphone.
If you face this issue please resolve by referring this article.
How was it?
You have access from internet to your Raspberry Pi 4!
Next I explain how to enable HTTPS which seems to be done with domain name setting!
In below article I introduce each step how to establish nextcloud on Raspberry Pi 4!
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