How to Set a Static IP on Mac OSX

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Are you using a Macbook Pro or Macbook Air and want to know how to show the change the interface to use a static IP? Follow the steps below to complete this.

1. Go to Preferences

Click the Apple icon in the top left corner and click System Preferences.

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2. Go to Network Settings

Now find the Network icon and click it.

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3. Change the Settings

Find the interface you want to change the settings on and click it. Then select the interface settings you want to us. To set a static IP select the options Manually and fill in the fields. You can also set it to be DHCP where you’ll be assigned an address automatically by a router. Static IP

If you need to change the DNS settings, click advanced.

Once done click apply and your settings should be applied right away.

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