How to Set a Static IP Address in Ubuntu

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By default, the IP address of your computer – whatever it may be – is probably “dynamic.” It’s mostly a convenience thing because network admins (and less techy computer users) don’t need to go through the hassle of creating individual IP addresses for each computer on their network. But there are also good reasons why you may want to set a static IP address in Ubuntu – from improved security, to gaming, faster Internet speeds, and port forwarding. In this article we’ll show you how to go about setting a static IP address in Ubuntu. Related: The Best Open-Source Games

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