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fester112:staticip [2017/06/24 18:19]
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 There are two ways to do this. You can do it via the FreeNAS web GUI. This is the preferred method in most cases. There are two ways to do this. You can do it via the FreeNAS web GUI. This is the preferred method in most cases.
  
-The other way is via the console, either directly at the server with a keyboard and monitor, or using an IPMI remote console viewer. This worked for me.+The other way is via the console, either directly at the server with a keyboard and monitor, or using an IPMI remote console viewer. This can be useful if you're unable to reach the web GUI.
  
 I have included both methods in the guide so you can see which works best for you. I have included both methods in the guide so you can see which works best for you.
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 ===== Configuring Static IP Addresses Via The FreeNAS GUI ===== ===== Configuring Static IP Addresses Via The FreeNAS GUI =====
  
-Go to the “Network” page.+Click on "Network" in the left column, and then "​Interfaces"​.
  
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-Click on “Interfaces” (1) and then click on the “Add Interface” ​button (2).+Click the **Add** button in the upper right. ​ The “Add Interface” ​window will pop up.
  
-The Add Interface” window will pop up.+In this window select the NIC you wish to configure from the NIC:” drop down selection box.
  
-In this window select ​the NIC you wish to configure from the “NIC:” drop down selection ​box (3).+Give the NIC a name if you wish in the “Interface name:” text box.
  
-Give the NIC a name if you wish in the “Interface name:” text box (4).+Do not tick the “DHCP:” tick box.
  
-Do not tick the “DHCP:” tick box (5).+Now assign the static IP address to the NIC in the “IPv4 Address:” text box (in Fester’s case this is 192.168.1.138).
  
-Now assign the static IP address to the NIC in the “IPv4 Address:” text box (6) (in Fester’s case this is 192.168.0.5). +Select from the “IPv4 Netmask:” drop down menu (7) the correct value for the subnet mask of your private network (Fester’s is 24, and this will be correct for most cases).
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-Select from the “IPv4 Netmask:” drop down menu (7) the correct value for the subnet mask of your private network (Fester’s is 255.255.255.0).+
  
 My ISP does not use IPv6 at present so there is nothing to configure for this. My ISP does not use IPv6 at present so there is nothing to configure for this.
  
-Now scroll down to the bottom of this window and click the “OK” button.+{{:​fester112:​pasted:​20190526-225616.png}} 
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 +Now scroll down to the bottom of this window and click the “Save” button.
  
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 If you attempt to configure a second NIC with an IP address on the same subnet as the first within the FreeNAS web GUI, you will get an error that looks like this: If you attempt to configure a second NIC with an IP address on the same subnet as the first within the FreeNAS web GUI, you will get an error that looks like this:
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