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Topic # 9690 5-Oct-2006 10:23
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Hi all,

I have fixed IP addresses set up both at work and at home in my networks and I want to connect to the wireless part of it.

I set my Orange SPV M3100 (essentially a HTC TyTN) to connect to my wireless network at the office and can use it freely. When I arrive home and want to use my home network I need to manually change the IP address of the network adapter in my phone to be able to connect and use the wireless network there.

Is there any way of automating this? In my laptop I use Multisoft's Multinetwork Manager, which autosenses the available netorks and adjusts all the required settings. They do not provide a WM5 client though. Is there such a program on the market for the mobile edition or any other workaround?

Many thanks in advance for your help
Regards
Florian

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Reply # 47629 5-Oct-2006 10:34
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I know Toshiba used to add a Windows Mobile of its Config Free utility to the e800 series. I don't know of any other manufacturer doing this, or software for this - yet.







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Reply # 48185 10-Oct-2006 12:47
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Hi & thanks for the reply.

Was hoping for better news though.....

Take care
Florian

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