In this post, I’ll show you how to set Static IP on MAC – Step by Step. While most networks have DHCP configured to assign out addresses, sometimes you may want your computer to have a static IP. Here’s how you do it:
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Static IP 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 that you’d like to set Static IP for.
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:
The default gateway needs to be set under the Router option.
6. Click Apply to save your settings.
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