Wondering how to configure Static IP address in Windows Server? We can help you.
As part of our Server Management Services, we assist our customers with several Windows queries.
Today, let us see how our techs go about the static IP configuration in Windows.
Configure Static IP address in Windows Server
In this article let us see how we can configure the Server IP to its Static IP from its default DHCP.
To do so, our Support Techs recommend the below steps:
1. Initially, we log in to the server via the admin credentials.
2. Then we open Server Manager and from the left panel we click the ‘Local Server’ option.
3. Here, we can find the ‘Ethernet’ section. When we click on it, It will show, “IPv4 address assigned by DHCP“.
4. We right-click on the Ethernet icon and select properties.
5. Now, we select the Internet Protocol Version 4 and then click the Properties button.
6. Later, to assign the static IP, we select the “Use the following IP address” option.
7. After that, we need to enter the static IP on the IP address tab
8. In addition, we add the gateway and subnet mask info.
9. Finally, after we set the static IP address, the changes will be enabled on Server Manager.
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In short, we can configure the Server IP to its Static IP from its default DHCP. Today, we saw how our Support Techs perform the same for our customers.