If you’ve read my previous post, Static IP on MAC – Step by Step; you’ll know how to add a Static IP on MAC. To change DNS settings on MAC, you need to perform an extra step. If you haven’t read the earlier post, here it is from the beginning:
DNS settings on MAC:
1. Open System Preferences
Click on the Apple icon on the top-left of your screen and select System Preferences:
2. Click the option for Network
3. Choose the interface.
In my case, this is Thunderbolt Ethernet.
4. Choose Manually under the option to Configure IPv4:
5. Set the Static IP, subnet mask and default gateway
6. Click the Advanced… button
7. Click the DNS tab and add the DNS servers
Click OK and then Apply to finish saving your changes.
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