However, is often done through the Status or setup in the router setup.
If the above two suggestions do not work, disconnect the power to the modem and router (if applicable) and leave them disconnected overnight or for as long as possible.
The above example command would change the IP address of the Local Area Connection network connection to 192.168.110.235.
It would also set the Subnet Mask to 255.255.255.0 and the Default Gateway to 192.168.0.1.
If you have a network router connected to the modem, we also suggest disconnecting the power to the router.
If disconnecting the power to the modem and router did not work, it may still be saved in your router configuration.If none of the above suggestions help you change your IP address, it's possible your ISP prevents a new IP address from being assigned unless it is abandoned for days.In this situation, its usually easiest to contact the ISP to get the IP address changed.The most common network connection names are "Local Area Connection" or "Wi-Fi".Replace [IP address] with the new IP address you want to use, then replace [Subnet Mask] with the correct subnet mask address and [Default Gateway] with the correct default gateway address.A static IP address is useful for hosting servers or websites and for sharing large files.For more information about static and dynamic IP addresses, see What is an IP address?Finally, if your home network is setup through a network router, that router could be assigning your computer dynamic IP addresses, and specifying a static IP address may cause issues.In the above command structure, replace [connection name] with the name of the network connection for which you want to set the new IP address.On the Internet, your IP address is similar to your physical address in real life.It uniquely identifies where you are so that information can be sent to you.