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Set static IP on Chrome OS

Static IP configuration. ( this proceedure is for when you have logged in to the chrome box while already connected to a network)

  1.  Type chrome://settings into your url bar or click on the chromesettings Icon on the chrome browser window then click on settings.
  2.  When Settings opens up Under the Internet connection section Click on the Ethernet link
  3.  A small window will open up
  4. Click on the Network tab
  5. Uncheck configure automatically
  6. Enter your static IP, Subnet mask and, Gateway
  7. select the radio button custom name servers
  8. Enter your DNS server IPs
  9. Click Close

your should now be on static IP

If you are not already connected to a network

  1.  Select browse as guest link on the tool bar on the bottom of your screen
  2.  In the bottom right by the clock click on the wireless Icon
  3.  Click on the connected to Ethernet link ( if there is already a DHCP address) link or the  No Network Link ( if no DHCP)
  4. Click on the Ethernet link ( if there is already a DHCP address) or the Ethernet connecting link ( if no DHCP)
  5. The small Ethernet window will appear
  6. Click on the Network tab
  7. Uncheck configure automatically
  8. Enter your static IP, Subnet mask and, Gateway
  9. select the radio button custom name servers
  10. Enter your DNS server IPs
  11. Click Close
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