Cow to duplicate network configuration?

Posted on 2007-04-01
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Last Modified: 2010-03-18
I have a laptop which is configured to be able to use it to connect to the network at work (IP address, DNS...). I want to link the laptop at home, but to link it to the home network, I must change each time all IP addresses.

What can I do to be able to use it at home and at work without reconfiguring the network connection each time?

PS. In both cases, I can't just check "Obtain an IP address automaticaly".
Question by:MainMa
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Pete Long earned 200 total points
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Hello MainMa,

Download NetSetMan it does this for you and its free hang on...............


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by:Pete Long
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Here you go http://www.netsetman.com/ I use it for work and home, work wireless and home wireless, and many of my clients sites as well :)


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Great! It's just what I need.

Thank you!
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by:Pete Long
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ThanQ :)

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