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multiple network logins for travelers


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nyspy

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I need to setup my laptop to log in to several locations. All have different IP addressing standards, workgroups and network OS. I also need to be able to use DHCP for when I log into a hotel's high speed connections.

I'm using Ethernet and Wireless connections (no dial-up.) Where in windows xp pro do i set up my alternate configurations, so I don't have to continually change IP settings?

Thanks.

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If all networks use HDCP, you can follow this instruction.

How to access different domain without changing the network settings How to change the network information for a Domain Controller ...
http://www.chicagote.../domainfaqs.htm
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Unfortunately, only logging in from a hotel uses DHCP. Each office uses a different server entirely, with different DNS.

Can I creat different network "Network Conections" and just turn off the ones I don't use?
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