Lxd container static IP Debian

I cant figure out how to set up static IP for Debian container. I have working bridge profile with dhcp and containers getting IP from my physical bridge. Problem is I want set static IP for one Debian container.
Here is the profile with bridge and dhcp.
config: {}
description: Default LXD profile
name: eth0
nictype: bridged
parent: br1
type: nic
path: /
pool: lyspc02_pool
type: disk
name: default

How can I set specify static IP or create new profile with static IP ?
Thank you.

LXD support is at LXD - Ubuntu Community Hub

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Thank you for info. But I can put question there.

You need to create an account on the top right corner, choosing the “Sing Up” button.

After this, you can use an Ubuntu One account if you have one, otherwise just select the radio option “I don’t have an Ubuntu One account” and you will be able to create a new account there.

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Hello thank you for your reply,
I am logged under Ubuntu one account and I am on this page:

But I really not see any button for create topic.

Ive increased your trust level - new users normally have to complete the steps listed in the welcome email from the Ubuntu forum before they can post.

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