Assigning a Static IP Address

Our software is available as a single workstation license or a floating network license.

In order to get a floating network license to work within a local area network (LAN) environment, a network license server needs to be installed on a computer within the network. The computer that the network license server is installed on can be any kind of computer (i.e., workstation or server), but must be assigned a static IP address in order for the software to find the network license server.

The following video details how to assign a static IP address to the computer that the network license server is installed on.

About the Author Chris Maeder

Chris Maeder

Chris is an experienced civil engineering and software technology leader, with over 30 years industry experience. With proven expertise in global software development, he has built engineering teams that adapt quickly, focus on what’s important and, most importantly, deliver. He is a licensed professional civil engineer with extensive experience in water resource engineering. He has performed and supervised engineering projects in urban stormwater drainage, transportation and roadway drainage, storm sewer design, detention pond design, stormwater quality, green infrastructure, watershed management planning, wastewater sewers, water distribution networks, pump stations, FEMA flood studies, bridge and culvert design, bridge scour and armoring, dam failure analysis, seepage and groundwater modeling, and environmental permits.

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