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Suppose I have connected to a Network having Static IP after that connected to a Network having DHCP, When I go back to previos network having static one I find lost my setting (IPV4). Probably Windows has one place to set Network configuration.But in ubunto/Linux there are different static IP configuration corresponding to different Networks.How can we do this fow windows?or is there any setting availble for windows

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If you are asking how to change the static IP of your windows computer: Go to the Network and Sharing Center in the Control panel Click change adapter settings Right-Click on Local Area Connection and select properties Click Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) then properties Select the radio button for Use the following IP address Enter your IP address Click OK

If this fails then return to Obtain IP automatically

  • Thanks for Reply.I was asking that Suppose I have connected to a Network having Static IP after that connected to a Network having DHCP, When I go back to previos network having static one I find lost my setting (IPV4). Probably Windows has one place to set Network configuration.But in ubunto/Linux there are different static IP configuration corresponding to different Networks.How can we do this fow windows?or is there any setting availble for windows. – Dhiraj Nov 18 '15 at 6:45

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