Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Linux | Setup a Static IP Address | (Beginners Tutorial/Guide)

How to Setup a Static IP Address on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS using /etc/network/interfaces file. We’ll setup a Static IP address successfully on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS that way your ip address quits changing. We’ll go through all the steps to set a Static IP Address up and make it permanent after a reboot. Setup your Static IP today on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

By default Ubuntu and most Linux distributions will assign an ip address dynamically using a DHCP Server.

To set a static ip address through terminal we’re going to use /etc/network/interfaces which is a file that allows us to configure networking settings on linux.

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The file that we edit is located here:

We use VIM to edit the interfaces file for help with VIM editor watch my video @ https://youtu.be/FU5XO3Gxbn0

Example of what to put in file:
auto eth0
iface eth0 inet static

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