How to set a static IP address on Windows Server 2019

To set up the IP address, take the following steps:

Using Server Manager

Step 1 : Open Server Manager from the Start menu. And select Local Server.

Step 2 : In the Properties section, click the highlighted Ethernet setting.

Step 3 : In the Network Connections window, right-click your server’s Ethernet and select Properties.

Step 4 : In the Ethernet Properties window, select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4), and click the Properties button.

Step 5 : In the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties window, select the Use the following IP address: option and enter the IP address, Subnet mask, and Default gateway fields. Additionally, select the Use the following DNS server addresses: option and fill in the Preferred DNS server and Alternate DNS server fields. Click OK to close.

Click the Close button to close the Ethernet Properties window.

Using Server Configuration

Step 1 : Type Sconfig.cmd, and then press ENTER. The Server Configuration tool interface opens.

Step 2 : Enter 8 as a selected option and press Enter.

Step 3  : Enter the number of the network adapter that you want to set up the IP address for and press Enter.

Step 4  : Enter 1 in the sub-menu to set the network adapter address and press Enter.

Step 5  : Enter S for the static IP address and press Enter.

Step 6  : Enter the static IP address and press Enter.

Step 7  : Enter the subnet mask and press Enter.

Step 8  : Enter the default gateway and press Enter.

Step 9  : Enter 2 in the sub-menu to set the DNS servers and press Enter.

Step 10  : Enter the new preferred DNS server and press Enter.

Step 11  : In the Network Settings dialog box, click OK to close it.

Step 12  : Enter the alternate DNS server and press Enter.

Step 13  : Enter 4 in the sub-menu to exit and Return to Main Menu:

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