How to set a Static ip Address in OS X from Command Line

You can set a static ip address in OS X with the following command. Replace en0 with the appropriate interface.

sudo ipconfig set en0 INFORM 192.168.10.12

The default ethernet interface on a Mac is usually en0. You can run ifconfig to view all the interfaces available on the machine.

The ip address will last until you reboot.

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