When it comes to Ubuntu network interface configuration, the way in which you set a static IP has completely changed. The previous LTS version Ubuntu 16.04 used /etc/network/interface file to configure static IP addresses, but Ubuntu 18.04 use new method known as netplan.
How to Configure Static IP Address on Ubuntu 18.04 Configure static IP address on Ubuntu 18.04 using Ubuntu Desktop Using the Ubuntu desktop GUI is one of the easiest and most preferred methods of configuring a static IP. To achieve this, Head out to the top right corner and click on the 'Network' settings icon and select on the interface connected to the network. Debian / Ubuntu: Apache2 Change Default Port / IP Binding Nov 14, 2008
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How to Configure Network Settings in Ubuntu
In this post we will try to change the IP address of a Ubuntu based Linux system from the command line. Though we will be using Ubuntu 16.04 but the steps should work for any version of Ubuntu. Listing Network Interfaces. We will start by listing all network interfaces for your system.