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LOGON TO ONE OR MORE NETWORKS

By Gilbi ·
At work I have 2 networks at 2 different sites, users swop between the offices and take their laptops with them however I have to reconfigure their TCP/IP settings everytime so they can logon, is there anyway of adding another local area connection or to add another network??

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by hberkhoff In reply to LOGON TO ONE OR MORE NETW ...

It looks like you are using 'fixed' ip addresses. You can solve this problem by installing a DHCP server in both places. Then the only thing that needs to be done is setting the client to accept an ip address from DHCP server. Than you are finished.

If you want to be sure that only the users from your own company are capable of connecting to your network you can use DHCP with the option to link a MAC address to an ip address. This way an unknow pc/laptop/networkcard cannot connect to the network with DHCP.

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