Static IP

I just bought the ASUS tr-n66r for my desktop server. I am trying to make it do static ip instead of automatic so I can run Remote Desktop. ASUS comes with a free ddns with the router, but that is not what I want to do. I tried to configure the router with my old static information but as soon as I apply, it drops the internet. But it will not pre populate the information. I know how you can get your ip but I do not know how to get the other information when you are on the router?
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  1. If you go to the start menu and type in CMD and hit enter it will bring up the command box (dos box) and in the box type ipconfig /all and it will bring up all of the ip info , just write it down for when your in the routers settings. Make sure that you type it exactly as I have with a space after the g being the only space used.
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