This tutorial will guide you through the process of setting up a static IP address on your server by modifying the Netplan configuration.


1. Edit the Configuration:

To find the right Netplan configuration file, run these commands:

cd /etc/netplan && ls  # find the netplan filename
sudo nano ##-network-manager-all.yaml

If the Netplan configuration file is empty, fill it with the example below. If it's not, add the reserved IP address for the server in format, the gateway (IP address of your router), and the DNS server's address.


  version: 2
  renderer: networkd
      addresses: []
        addresses: []


Note: If you don't have a DNS server, you can use the router's address or a public DNS server like Google ( or Cloudflare (


2. Apply the Configuration:

After saving the Netplan file, apply the changes with this command:

sudo netplan apply

And that's it! You have successfully configured a static IP address using Netplan in Libretime.


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