If you're trying to network a device that doesn't support DHCP
, odds are you'll need to configure it with a static IP address
. DHCP is the de facto standard for dynamic addressing on modern networks, yet many Internet Protocol (IP) devices don't support it. The most difficult part of setting a static IP is figuring out which address to use. There's no simple answer that covers all cases.
- How to Choose a Static IP Address
→ See also
- Using Static IP Addresses on Home Networks