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Networking - Static IP Address

A static IP address is a dedicated IP address, used by the Internal Network to maintain a consistent IP address for the MacPractice Server machine. Generally, the IP address of any machine on the Internal Network may change when the router or network is reset, the operating system is updated, during a power outage, and so on. A static IP address does not change.

To set up a static IP address, contact your ISP to obtain DNS information. For more information on setting up a static IP address, please see the Static IP section in the Networking Guide.

Once a static IP address has been set up on the MacPractice Server, it will also be used to register a domain name to which the static IP address will point.

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    Tim R.

    The links need to be updated