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Win2k Multi lan connection with 1 network card

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I travel with a laptop running Win2k.  When at the office I want to connect to the lan with a specific IP address.  When at home ICS on my main machine allows my laptop to access the inet through the ISDN modem.
Other lan configs are needed to connect to machines in the field.

Win2k seems to only want to list 1 config at a time.  How can I manage multiple lan configs?
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by:saadsm0a
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create two different profiles and configure them separately.
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by:zeddock
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That does not seem possible under win2k for a network connection.

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I got that answer somewhere else, too.  But it is the best answer.

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