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Multiple IP Configuration Switching for Ethernet

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So I've got a notebook that I use on ethernet at work and home, anyone know an easy way to switch between two completely different sets of addresses, name servers, gateways etc.  There should be a utility out there that does this but I can't find it. Actually,  Win95 should do this out of the box, just don't know how.

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Go to control panel > System. Choose Tab hardware profiles and copy the current one and give it another name. Next time on boot Win95 will ask which configuration to start. Choose the one you want and edit your network settings, this should do it. You now have two different configurations.

Good luck.

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