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Old 07-15-2004, 07:07 AM   #1
Shadowfball34
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Exclamation Mobile Network Switch Software


The Background: I know with windows there are 3rd party software organizations that allow you to set up a computer to access 2 networks by the click of a button. What i mean is that I can use the program to set up one setting with a specific ip address and other settings that I want for letís say an "office" connection, and then set up another setting with for my "home" connection witch is a different ip address with different drives and what not. An Example of this program can be found using google and searching for Mobile Net Switch.

My question: Is there such a program for Linux or a way to do this in Linux. I am currently running SuSe Linux 9.1 Pro
 
  


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