Public Static IP Address

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How to configure static public IP address?

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You dont your isp does that.

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  • BlankReg
    As Fubar says, the ISP sets the fixed address, and tells you what it is. You can usually still use DHCP, and you get the fixed address given to you every time, or you can manually configure this on the router.
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  • Kevin Beaver
    This is something you do on your router, firewall, etc. You basically set the IP address, net mask, default gateway, and DNS servers that your ISP supplies to you. If you can give us more details we can be more specific with our answers.
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  • Danial
    if u know ur static ip then it is simple just open ur Network controller and set it .... right click on ur my network places on desktop .... in new window u found Local Area Connection right click it and select properties u have new window then select internet protocol tcp/ip and click on properties here u assign ur static ip like 192.168.1.1 and subnet mask 255.255.255.0 and gateway as ur service provider give u i hope this will help u
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