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Tutorial: How to set up a Static IP Windows XP



In this video I’m going to explain how to set up a static ip for your router, Hopefully you’ll find this helpful.

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20 Comments on Tutorial: How to set up a Static IP Windows XP

  1. Why my IP , DNS and DHCP are different ?

  2. Hi, after i assign the ip address and the rest of the parameters and clic ok, and then open the dialog again all field are in blank, why would this happen?

  3. Waste of time, all your telling people to do is how to open a cmd prompt and what to type in to get settings that are already set, maybe change one setting, your IP address. What about setting secondary DNS, WINS, etc. from scratch?

  4. Thanks alot for this video…it really helped 🙂

  5. If not 255 then ehat?

  6. Thanks so much this was rlly helpful

  7. it wont let me see the status ??? im confused

  8. THANK YA U DA BEST LOL (i like caps) AND NOTHING ELSE WORKED TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

  9. THANK YOU IT WORKED NOTHING ELSE DID

  10. if i do that then no internet…

  11. i do all thing but when i havent internet

  12. nope just put i your one your using now

  13. will this mess up m default gateway?

  14. hey i got the same ip adress after all done this whats going on

  15. Note – if you lose connection, click control panel, and Network And Internet Connections, then click Network Connections right click ur internet, then click properties and click Internet Protocol and click Properties and finally click Obtain IP adress automatically, and same for DNS server

  16. Nope. I set up the static IP with the router I have now

  17. have you changed router since you was setting up the static ip?

  18. Awesome. Something that finally works. So I set my static IP but now I cannot access my router? how do I fix this without going back to a dynamic IP ?

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