Using Dhcp With Manual Address Mac
When you configure an IP address manually on a computer you need to configure the same settings that a computer normally receives via DHCP: An available IP address on the same IP network as the router The same Subnet Mask that the router is using Default Gateway, which should be set to the LAN IP address of the router. Using Dhcp With Manual Address Mac Pc You’ll select the Use the following IP address radio button and then type in the IP address, subnet mask and default gateway. By default, when you type in the IP address, it fills out the subnet mask for you. The Default gateway and Preferred DNS server should both be set to the IP address of your router. In my Mac System Preferences Network Advanced TCP/IP, there are two ways to configure a manual address. One is to choose 'Configure IPv4' - 'Manually.' There I can input for instance your suggested IP address of 192.168.0.9, out of the DHCP range. DHCP is a service on your network designed to remove the manual work of managing IP addresses. In most cases, your router or internet modem (which usually functions as a router) will provide the DHCP service. When DHCP is enabled on a device, it “asks” the DHCP service for an IP address from a.
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Used to use static for network devices and servers, but now I only use it on servers and I'm even debating that. DHCP Reservations are just too stinkin easy to setup and centralizes IP management. Granted, if the DHCP server service ever craps out, I'm screwed, but in 10 years I think I've only seen that happen once and the DHCP server was a static IP so I dialed in and rebooted and all was well.
I like to call this strategy Dynamically Static. :-)
I have a client on AT&T DSL and AT&T uses something called 'Sticky IP Addressing' for their static IPs. Basically, it's the same concept, a DHCP Reservation is setup on their side for the client network, and voila! Youtube hd video downloader free download for mac.
I'm not sure why you want to do this since it's far more convenient to use DHCP. If you should change routers you will need to reconfigure Network preferences again. You will also need to remember not to assign the IP address to any other device on your network (such as a network printer.)
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Aug 13, 2008 10:10 PM