How do I set up a static IP address?


I was able to connect to the Wifi connection after selecting the SSID and entering the password.

I would like to operate with a fixed IP address, but I don’t know how to set it up.

I wish it was as easy to set up as it is on Android…

Please let me know how to set it up.

In case that Snapmaker will not answer this: A workaround would be to assign a DHCP static assignment/reservation. This can usually be done on the WiFi Router.


This is the first time I learned that the router can assign IP addresses.
I will refer to it.
Thank you for your response.

In the typical scenario, the WiFi router will assign all IP addresses in your WiFi network. The most common way is DHCP, where the router has a pool of IP addresses that it hands out randomly or in succession. In that scenario you cannot reliably predict which IP is assigned to which device. However, most routers I have seen allow you to create a static mapping, i.e. the MAC address (the identifier of the physical interface of a device, i.e. it’s WiFi chip) of a device can be assigned a fixed IP, which then will be assigned to that device whenever it shows up, but will not be handed out to other devices. Sometimes this IP address needs to be part of the pool, sometimes it needs to be explicitly outside the pool, sometimes the router does not care if it is in or outside the pool. You’ll see :slight_smile:

I found a DHCP fixed assignment setting on my router.
However, I could not configure it unless DHCP was enabled.
My environment is operated with a fixed IP address, so I have disabled DHCP.
Sorry for the disappointment.
Thank you for your reply.

I have sent an inquiry to Snapmaker Teamn.

No disappointment on my side :slight_smile: