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Assigning IP Address to Hololens

I'm trying to assign an IP address to the Hololens, but can't seem to find any way of doing so. In looking online, it looks like I'll need a DHCP to accomplish this. Anyone else have any ideas of things I may have missed? The context is that I'm trying to receive from a broadcast static ip address udp connection but there's no router involved.

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  • @onthelake I ended up solving by bringing router into the equation.

  • @TetraTalon said:
    @onthelake I ended up solving by bringing router into the equation.

    Could you describe to us how you did that?

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