Your server IP address may vary from the default settings if you or your IT team changed those settings. For the example below, we will use the default settings for port 10.
Let's say you are connecting the switch to port 10 of the Jellyfish. This port has the following IP: 172.27.10.250.
Then you will connect the client machines to the switch and set them up to have IP addresses for the interface that is going to the switch with IP addresses in the same netmask but a different ID for each computer, that is also different from the server
Computer 1: 172.27.10.1
Computer 2: 172.27.10.2
Computer 3: 172.27.10.3
Computer 4: 172.27.10.4
If the IP on the Jellyfish side has been changed by the administrator the same rules apply, just with different numbers.
The Computer IP address can be changed during set up with the Jellyfish Connect app by switching from Direct to IP Address.
If the switch setup is set to DHCP, you can also go to switch to a DHCP setup during the setup process.