You’ll need the Subnet Mask and Default Gateway Address.
You can refer to the above step on how to find these details.
But sometimes, we need our devices to have the same IP address (i.e. Reason being, If two devices on the network have the same IP address, then there will be conflicts.
The Internet won’t work on one of them or both, depending on your router.
Once you get the pop-up window, select “Enter the IP address you want” and fil the IP Address, For Subnet Mask, and Default Gateway Address enter the values that you have noted down previously. To switch to dynamic IP, click on Obtain the IP address automatically.
Once this is enabled, your system will start picking an IP address dynamically from the router.
In case you find it too confusing, you are not alone.
You can do the same via GUI which is much more intuitive.
Once you do that, you’ll see a text area to enter Static IP address.
Enter the new IP address there, save changes and that’s it.