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    Question How To Change DNS Server

    Hi Guys

    Can someone please tell me how to convert DHCP to Static IP?

    Thank you

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    Re: How To Change DNS Server

    Open System --> Preferences --> Network Connections

    Click on your working network card (could be eth0, eth1 etc) and click 'Edit'

    Go to 'IPv4 Settings' Tab, scroll down from DHCP to 'Manual', click 'Add' and input your values there and don't forget to fill the 'DNS Server' box as well.

    EDIT: I added a screenshot with examples (these are not real values, change them accordingly to your installation)

    Hope this helps
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    Last edited by e79; October 7th, 2010 at 03:58 AM. Reason: Added a Screenshot for convenience

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    Re: How To Change DNS Server

    Thank you, and that remain even after reboot?

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    Re: How To Change DNS Server

    Quote Originally Posted by joek71 View Post
    Thank you, and that remain even after reboot?
    Yes it will since you set it up manually

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    Re: How To Change DNS Server

    After giving IP mask and gateway,you should hit enter.Then give DNS and apply

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