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- Setting the Static IP Address
Setting the Static IP Address:
Step I – Install the SSH & Web Terminal Add-on:
- Navigate to Hass.io > ADD-ON STORE.
- Find out SSH & Web Terminal, click on it under search results and Install it.
- Turn off Protection mode by clicking on toggle switch.
- Toggle Show in sidebar option to ON.
- Go down to Config section.
- Input your desired “username” & “password”.
- Add “networkmanager” under packages.
- Save the changes by clicking on save.
- Go up and click on Start on run the add-on.
Note: It will take handsome amount of time to get it install and further start up. So be patient and have a look on to Log section on bottom of the SSH & Web Terminal add-on page for further information.
Once SSH & Web Terminal add-on starts up successfully, refresh the page and you will see a new Terminal button in left sidebar. Navigate to Terminal and Hassio CLI will welcome you if you have successfully installed, configured and started SSH & Web Terminal add-on.
Step II – Setting up fixed IP Address:
- Type nmcli connection show and hit enter. Note down the connection name for which you want to set the Static IP e.g. HassOS default under eth0 device.
- Now edit the connection by submitting nmcli con edit “HassOS default” command. It will open nmcli interactive connective editor where you can change the network properties.
- print ipv4 will show you current properties.
- Change IP Address by command set ipv4.addresses 192.168.50.30/24
- Change 192.168.50.30 with your actual IP address.
- It will ask for Do you also want to set ‘ipv4.method’ to ‘manual’?
- Type Yes and hit enter.
- Change dns & gateway by set ipv4.dns 192.168.50.1 and set ipv4.gateway 192.168.50.1 respectively.
- Save and quit the CLI by save and quit respectively.
Step III – Restart the System:
- Navigate to Hass.io > SYSTEM > REBOOT to restart the system to take new changes effect.