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An IP(Internet Protocol) address serves as your computer's identification. It may sometimes be necessary to know what your IP address is and how to change it for reasons ...
Open System Preferences by: a) going to the Apple Menu (on the upper left hand corner of the screen) and selecting System Preferences; or b) clicking on the ...
Click the Network icon.
On the left hand side of the window is a list of connections. Select the active connection (i.e. the one with a green dot). If your security settings ...
Click on the Advanced button. It is found on the lower right hand side of the window.
Click on the TCP/IP tab. The numbers labeled IPv4 Address is your IP address.
Click the drop-down menu labeled "Configure IPv4." Select "Manually." The values for IPv4 Address, Subnet Mask and Router will be editable. Enter your desired values for the IP ...
Click on the Apply button to save your configuration. If you wish to reset the values you've edited, click the Revert button. Click the padlock icon to protect ...
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