Ubuntu 18 uses Netplan for network settings. Some examples.

Netplan reads network configuration from /etc/netplan/*.yaml which are written by administrators, installers, cloud image instantiations, or other OS deployments.

cd /etc/netplan/

The *.yaml file is usually created by the distribution installer. For example 00-installer-config.yaml.

In my case it’s called 50-cloud-init.yaml and I edit it with nano.

sudo nano /etc/netplan/50-cloud-init.yaml

network:
ethernets:
enp0s3:
dhcp4: true
enp0s8:
addresses: [192.168.56.101/24]
dhcp4: no

Other configuration

network:
ethernets:
enp0s3:
dhcp4: true
enp0s8:
addresses:
– 192.168.56.102/24
nameservers:
addresses: []
search: []
version: 2

Apply the changes

sudo netplan apply

ip a

Useful links

How to Configure Static IP Address on Ubuntu 20.04 | Linuxize

Ubuntu Server 18 Network Settings

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