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Access Connections, DHCP Network to Static Network

Discussion in 'IBM Thinkpad' started by M.H., Sep 13, 2006.

  1. M.H.

    M.H. Guest

    I was at another location with DHCP WiFi yesterday, and when I got back
    to my home network, which uses a static IP, the TCP/IP settings in
    Windows for the wireless adapter had been set to automatically
    configured, and lost my IP settings. "Override TCP/IP and DNS
    Defaults" is set for the remote location, but not for my home network.
    How can I set IBM Access Connections to be static on one network and
    DHCP on another without overwriting my saved static IP data? Thanks.
     
    M.H., Sep 13, 2006
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    John Perry Guest

    I have multiple profiles in access connections for static and DHCP and
    for wired and wireless connections. When I connect to a network, I
    select the appropriate profile and all configuration settings are
    remembered in the Access Connections profile.
     
    John Perry, Sep 16, 2006
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