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Joining 2 Networks

By markjales ·
I have a problem. I use my laptop quite alot and have the need to log on to 2 networks. The first at work is on a MS NT4 domain network. All settings are fine and I can logon whenever. The problem is when I need to logon on to my home network. This is on a peer to peer network. The network settings in win98se need to be completely changed from NT4/domain to workgroup. Is there any easier way of being able to pulg in the cable and just logon to either network? Pls help

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IP Changer

by laman In reply to Joining 2 Networks

You can use IP Changer from PlusTech (or download.com). It is a useful network configuration manangement tool for your Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP desktop and notebook. IP Changer 2.0 doesn't requires system rebooting when you change desktop or notebook's TCP/IP even though your system's OS is windows 9X or ME. It can change your desktop's network setting only by one-click and also supports static IP and DHCP.

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IP Changer

by laman In reply to IP Changer

Apart from IP Changer mentioned in the previous email, there are some others for your consideration:

IPSwitcher Basic from Softmate Corporation
MultiNetwork Manager from Globesoft
Mobile Net Switch from Mobile Net Switch

All of the above programs allow you to change the network setting on the fly without requiring a reboot.

Antonio

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Many Thanks

by markjales In reply to IP Changer

Many thanks for your prompt help, consider me exploring your options

Thanks again

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MultiNetwork Manager

by sungam In reply to Joining 2 Networks

MultiNetwork Manager is an extremely useful product when it comes to beeing mobile with your laptop connecting at multiple accesspoints
the latest version has a superb WLan component
I highly recommend that you try it
/M

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