Sorry its tsken me so long to get this done but iv been working away.
Just to make sure we're on the same page, when you refer to switching between "wireless profiles", you actually mean switching from a static IP to DHCP, don't you? Wireless profiles are where you store settings to connect to a network (i.e. SSID, encryption key, etc).
I'm pretty sure you're talking about Static/fixed IP's and DHCP. If this is the case, there is software out there that will let you do this, although it generally costs money. The steps I'm going to get you to do will achieve the same results, but without the pretty interface.Step 1 - Create a batch file named static.bat:
Please do the following:Step 2 - Create a batch file named dhcp.bat:
Please do the following:Step 3 - Switching between the two setups:
Once you have the two batch (.bat) files saved to your desktop, you can switch from one setup to the other by right-clicking on a batch file, and selecting Run as administrator
. A DOS window will open temporarily, then close.
For example, when you're at home, simply run the static.bat file. When you leave your house, run the dhcp.bat file. I would recommend putting the two files off to one side on your desktop, so that you can find them easily.
If you run into any issues following these steps, or if these steps do not achieve the functionality that you require, please let me know.