How to configure static IP on Ubuntu

Do you use Ubuntu and wish to set a static IP for your machine?  It’s simple. Follow the steps below to find out how.

  • Right click the network manager icon at the top right of your desktop
  • Select Edit Connections
  • Select Wired
  • Click the EDIT button
  • Click the IPv4 settings tab
  • Select Manual from the method drop down list
  • Click the ADD button to add your static IP address
  • Add your DNS addresses in the DNS servers field. You can separate each DNS entry with a comma
  • Click OK.
  • Restart networking using this command: /etc/init.d/networking restart

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