How to assign a static IP Address in Windows 10 - YoutubeRandom

How to assign a static IP Address in Windows 10

This video will show you how to assign a permanent IP address in Windows 10.

First, right click on your network connection in the bottom right, and then choose the Network and Sharing Center option.

In the window that pops up, choose the interface that you want to set a static IP address for. If you are connected to wireless and to Ethernet they will both show up, so make sure to choose the right connection.

In the next window choose properties, and then doubleclick the IPv4 option in the list. (You usually would not need to set a static IPv6 address, but if you do, select that one in the list)

Then choose the Use the following IP address radio button. This makes it so you can input an IP address instead of the computer getting it from the DHCP server.

If you know the IP address you need, just enter it and hit OK. If you need to set a static IP address to connect to a router for setup, or something along those lines then the instructions should tell you what address you need to use. If you are just trying to set the static IP address so you can connect to the device on the network and know the address, you will have to do a bit more sleuthing.

If you open command prompt, then type ipconfig it will tell you your current IP address. You will need to select and unused IP that is in the same subnet and is not in the DHCP range. You can log into the router to find the IP range for DHCP, but usually the start at and go through This would mean you can used the addresses for static IP addresses, assuming your router is set to

So just select an unused IP address that meets the requirements and type it into the box. It should then autofill the subnet mask, and then the default gateway would be your routers IP address. For DNS, you would usually use your router as the first one, and then for the backup, which is Google's DNS.

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