>I have a notebook with Windows 2000 Professional installed. I need
>to connect to several LANs with different TCP/IP Settings through the
>same network adapter. How can I enable several LAN connections or
>TCP/IP Settings, without have to change TCP/IP settings each time.
This program lets you define and store multiple network configurations
and switch between them easily:
Before you shut the computer down, run the program to set up the
network for the next place you'll use it. Then it will come up with
everything ready to go.
Steve Winograd, MS-MVP (Desktop Systems)
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