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How To Configure A Static IP

Hopefully, in this article, we will give you a good overview of why you need to set up a static IP in your home network so that you can have your own custom DNS. But how do you actually get a static IP and what is the process involved? 


How To Configure A Static IP

  1. Well, the first thing that needs to be done in setting up your DNS is to get an IP address from any of the internet providers like AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, or others. Once you have one, you can move on to the next step which is how to configure and install a webserver, especially a Squidoo lens or hub. This will enable you to add or modify your web pages via your computer and the internet. 
  2. The next step involves the installation of the IP or another on your router. Your router does not need to be configured in this step. If your router is configured, you can go ahead with the following step. However, if not, you will need to find the manual for setting up your own Squidoo and Hub Pages hosting account and follow the instructions accordingly.
  3. After doing the above step, connect your printer to the computer using an ethernet cable or connect a USB port to your computer and then proceed to the next step which is the actual router setup. You will need to enter the IP of the LAN router as well as the subnet mask, internet gateway, and subnet mask of the computer. Finally, hit the Save button and then reboot your computer.
  4. Now, to access the Squidoo, Hub Pages, or the Squidoo website, you will need to use the web browser. You can either log on to your browser or use the command-line interface. Either way, you will need to go to the URL that was displayed in the browser's address bar. In the address bar, you will see a menu option called 'Network Options'.
  5. Select the factory menu option on the screen and type in the IP address of the computer you want to configure as well as the subnet mask and the other network options. The primary key required to be entered in this step is the user name for the administrator. 
  6. Once you have typed all the required information, hit the Enter key and then wait for a few minutes. The interface will now be updated and you will get a new login message. This message will indicate that the connection to the specified networks has been successfully established. Go ahead and try connecting to any other networks.
  7. Another important step that you will need to follow in configuring your router with IP is to select the Web service name or the URL address that you want to use for your network.
  8.  You can choose the 'Add URL' option from the main 'Networking Wizard' page. You will be given a list of available options when you click the Add URL button. Choose the one that best matches the details entered on the web form.

In the 'dishware Administration' window, go ahead and enter the IP address and the subnet mask of the computer you want to configure. Again, you will be prompted for your username and password. You may need to re-enter some information if you are changing the settings on more than one router using this software. When you have finished setting up all the routers, go ahead and hit the Save button to put everything into place. Then, restart all the computers to test whether everything is working properly.


You can change your existing user name to the new username. If you do not know the new username, you can use the 'gear icon' on the desktop to display a list of commonly used username and password combinations. Simply select the most appropriate option and input it into the 'New User Password' box.