First of all, an Automatic IP is the same as a Dynamic IP. (Dynamic IP is the technically correct term).

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Windows

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Mac

Automatic

On Mac an Automatic IP is chosen by default. If for any reason you are using a static IP and want change to an Automatic IP follow the instructions below.

First of all navigate to Network Settings (System Preference > Network). For this example I am connected via wifi but the settings are exactly the same for Ethernet.

Next click the 'Advanced Tab' and then the 'TCP/IP' tab.

All you need to do now is click on the 'Configure IPv4' drop down tab and change it to 'Using DHCP'.

You will not be set up with an automatic IP that will be configured using the Netduma's DHCP.

Static

First of all navigate to Network Settings (System Preference > Network). For this example I am connected via wi-fi but the settings are exactly the same for Ethernet.

Next, click the 'Advanced Tab' and then the 'TCP/IP' tab.

Now you need to click on the 'Configure IPv4' drop down tab and change it to 'Manually'.

Finally you need to enter the correct details into the fields. They should be set up like this:

IPv4 Address 192.168.88.* The asterix can be replaced with a number of your choice between 2 and 254. If you have changed the Netduma host address from 192.168.88.1 to something like 192.168.1.1 you will need to change the 88 to a 1 when setting the IP Address.
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 This should not be changed.
Router 192.168.88.1 This might need to be changed if you have changed the Netduma's host address. If you have, enter the address that you use to log into the Netduma's dashboard here.


Now just click 'OK'. You have now set up a Static IP address.

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Linux

Automatic

On Linux an Automatic IP is chosen by default. If for any reason you are using a static IP and want change to an Automatic IP follow the instructions below.

First of all click the network button on the navigation bar at the top of the screen.

Then click the 'Edit Connections' button from the drop down box.

Now select your network card and then press the 'edit' button that is on the right hand side.

The next step is to click the 'IPv4 Settings' tab.

Finally, change the drop down box from 'Manual' to 'DHCP'.

All you need to do now is click 'save' and you will be connected with an automatic IP Address.

Static

First of all click the network button on the navigation bar at the top of the screen.

Then click the 'Edit Connections' button from the drop down box.

Now select your network card and then press the 'edit' button that is on the right hand side.

The next step is to click the 'IPv4 Settings' tab.

Change the drop down box from 'DHCP' to 'Manual'.

Click the 'add' button and then enter the following data:

Address 192.168.88.* The asterix can be replaced with a number of your choice between 2 and 254. If you have changed the Netduma host address from 192.168.88.1 to something like 192.168.1.1 you will need to change the 88 to a 1 when setting the IP Address.
Netmask 255.255.255.0 This should not be changed.
Gateway 192.168.88.1 This might need to be changed if you have changed the Netduma's host address. If you have, enter the address that you use to log into the Netduma's dashboard here.


It should look like below:

All you need to do now is click 'save' and you will be connected with a static IP Address.

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Xbox One

Automatic

By default the Xbox One IP is set to Automatic. If for any reason it has been set to Static you can follow these instructions to change it to Automatic.

Fist of all go to the Settings > Network on the Xbox.

  


Next go to 'Advanced Settings'.

Go to 'IP Settings' and press 'Automatic'.

Press 'B' on the controller to save the settings. You've now configured an Automatic IP on the Xbox.

Static

You can set up a static IP on the Xbox One by following these instructions.

Fist of all go to the Settings > Network on the Xbox.

  

Next go to 'Advanced Settings'.

Go to 'IP Settings' and press 'Manual'.

In the IP Address field enter an IP Address.

Press next and then enter the subnet mask.

Next enter the router gateway.

Press 'B' on the controller to save the settings. You've now configured a Static IP on the Xbox.

IP Address 192.168.88.* The asterix can be replaced with a number of your choice between 2 and 254. If you have changed the Netduma host address from 192.168.88.1 to something like 192.168.1.1 you will need to change the 88 to a 1 when setting the IP Address.
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 This should not be changed.
Gateway 192.168.88.1 This might need to be changed if you have changed the Netduma's host address. If you have, enter the address that you use to log into the Netduma's dashboard here.


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iPhone

Automatic

On an iPhone an Automatic IP is chosen by default. If for any reason you are using a static IP and want change to an Automatic IP follow the instructions below.

First of all Navigate to the Settings Application on the iPhone. Once you enter the application you should see something similar to below.

Next navigate to the Wi-Fi settings.

Once on the Wi-Fi settings, click the information (i) button next to the network that you are connected to.

The final step is to switch from the 'DHCP' tab to the 'Static' tab.

You will now be connected to the router with an Automatic IP address.

Static

First of all Navigate to the Settings Application on the iPhone. Once you enter the application you should see something similar to below.

Next navigate to the Wi-Fi Settings.

Once on the Wi-Fi settings, click the information (i) button next to the network that you are connected to.

Switch from the 'DHCP' tab to the 'Static' tab.

The information that you should enter to the Static Page is this:


IP Address 192.168.88.* The asterix can be replaced with a number of your choice between 2 and 254. If you have changed the Netduma host address from 192.168.88.1 to something like 192.168.1.1 you will need to change the 88 to a 1 when setting the IP Address.
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 This should not be changed.
Router 192.168.88.1 This might need to be changed if you have changed the Netduma's host address. If you have, enter the address that you use to log into the Netduma's dashboard here.
DNS 192.168.88.1 or custom DNSserver Here you can either enter the Netduma's IP address - this will use your default ISP's DNS server. Otherwise, you can enter a custom DNS server to use for this device
Search Domain blank This field can be left blank


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iPad

Automatic

On an iPad an Automatic IP is chosen by default. If though for some reason you are using a static IP and want change to an Automatic IP follow the instructions below.

First of all Navigate to the Settings Application on the iPad. Once you enter the application you should see something similar to below.

Next navigate to the Wi-Fi tab which can be found on the left-hand-side navigation bar.

Once on the Wi-Fi tab, click the information (i) button next to the network that you are connected to.

The final step is to switch from the 'Static' tab to the 'DHCP' tab.

You will now be connected to the router with an Automatic IP address.

Static

First of all Navigate to the Settings Application on the iPad. Once you enter the application you should see something similar to below.

Next navigate to the Wi-Fi tab which can be found on the left-hand-side navigation bar.

Once on the Wi-Fi tab, click the information (i) button next to the network that you are connected to.

Switch from the 'DHCP' tab to the 'Static' tab.

The information that you should enter to the Static Page is this:

IP Address 192.168.88.* The asterix can be replaced with a number of your choice between 2 and 254. If you have changed the Netduma host address from 192.168.88.1 to something like 192.168.1.1 you will need to change the 88 to a 1 when setting the IP Address.
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 This should not be changed.
Router 192.168.88.1 This might need to be changed if you have changed the Netduma's host address. If you have, enter the address that you use to log into the Netduma's dashboard here.
DNS 192.168.88.1 or custom DNSserver Here you can either enter the Netduma's IP address - this will use your default ISP's DNS server. Otherwise, you can enter a custom DNS server to use for this device
Search Domain blank This field can be left blank