How to Setup a Static IP Address in Your PS4 • In the PS4 main menu, select Settings • Select Network • select Set Up Internet Connection • Choose Wifi or LAN Cable depending on how your local network is set up. • On the screen titled "How do you want to set up the Internet connection?," choose Custom • On the IP Address Settings screen, choose Manual • Select IP Address • Enter the 192.168.1.150 for the IP address. Select Done • • • • • Select Subnet Mask. Enter 255.255.255.0 Select Done Select Default Gateway, enter 192.168.1.1. Select Done Select Primary DNS, enter 192.168.1.1. Select Done Secondary DNS, Leave Blank Select Next • On the MTU Settings screen, choose Automatic • On the Proxy Server screen, choose Do Not Use • Select Test Internet Connection. Wait while the connection is tested. • Your PS4 should now have a static IP address. If you are having problems, make sure that you have entered in the correct information. To double check your numbers, from the main menu of your PS4, select Settings, Network, View Connection Status. 7. After you have assigned a permanent IP address to your PS4 console and forwarded the correct ports in your router, you can test your network connection. To test the connection from the PS4: • • • In the main menu of your PS4, select Settings Select Network Select Test Internet Connection Your console should now have a NAT Type 2 connection. This a common networking problem that can be quite difficult to solve. If you are not able to get a connection with NAT Type 2, check to see that you have entered in the correct information. Double check the data that you entered for the IP address, subnet mask, gateway, and DNS addresses.
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