Re: Multiple home networks
On Wed, 27 Apr 2005 15:08:00 -0700, heinecken
>Hello -- I'd like to know if its possible to have multiple 'home' networks
>configured ona single machine. I'd have one at home that works great and I'd
>like to set up another at my small office and be able to connect my laptop to
>either. If I just give it another name, will the software automatically
>figure out who I;m connected to and give me the appropriate network
Try out these multiple configuration managers.
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