Join Ed Liberman for an in-depth discussion in this video IP configuration, part of CompTIA Server+ (SK0-004) Cert Prep: 5 Networking.
- [Instructor] So once you understand IP addressing,…and how it works, and all the terminology,…the next thing you need to know how to do…is how to actually configure IP addressing on a server.…So I figure I'll go ahead and demonstrate this for you…on an actual server…and what we're looking at here is my machine,…which has Windows Server 2016 installed on it.…Now what we're looking at is the server manager.…
Which is what opens by default when you log into the machine…and from here, I will tell you there's a number…of different ways to get to where we're going,…but the way that I like to do it is to click the link…right at the top, near the top here,…this top window that says in big letters,…configure this local server.…When I click on that, there's a number of things…that I'm able to configure here.…If I jump down just a little bit,…you'll see that there is a selection here for ethernet,…and it tells me that right now the IP version four address…is assigned by DHCP.…
Which means it is dynamically or automatically assigned,…
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