ChrisBrown April 30, 2009 at 01:48:45 Specs: Windows XP SP3
Hi. I have a wireless network at home using default ip addresses in the 192.x.x.x range and also need to connect to my works wireless network which uses a static ip range of 89.x.x.x - I currently do this by going into the network adapters TCP/IP settings and manually adding the static IP address/subnet/gatteway and DNS addresses. Then when I get home, to connect the netbook wirelessly I have to change it to 'obtain IP address automatically' - is there a way I can set up the machine so that I don't have to keep manually changing the TCP/IP settings. Many thanks
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