Networking Windows

Adding IP’s to Windows Server 2012

This article will help you add one or more IP’s to windows server 2012.

 

To start, look on the bottom right of the your display to find a icon that looks like a monitor with a cable next to it:

NetworkCable

 

 

Right click this icon and than select Open Network and Sharing Center:

OpenNetworkandSharing

 

After this, select Change adapter settings on the left sidebar:

ChangeAdapterSettings

This will open the Network Connection window. Right click the Ethernet Adapter you would like to add your IP and/or IP’s and select Properties:

 

NetworkConnectionsRightClick

 

Once Ethernet Properties window has opened, you highlight Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and then select Properties:

 

EthernetProperties

 

The Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties will open. After this select click on Advanced…

TCP_IP_Properties

 

Under Advanced TCP/IP Settings, select Add…

Advanced_TCP_IP

 

You will get a pop-out that you let you enter the IP address and the Subnet mask for the network interface card you have selected:

Advanced_TCP_IP_Add

 

After you have completed entered your networking information select Add. You can repeat this process to continue adding IP’s that are available to you.

 

 

 

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