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Chapter 31. Implementing TCP/IP for Inte... > Connection-Specific TCP/IP Settings

Connection-Specific TCP/IP Settings

You might be among the many people who have multiple Internet accounts. For example, you might have one account that you access for business and another that you access for personal use. You might also have to dial in to your company's TCP/IP network while you're on the road. What do you do if you often use the same computer for all these scenarios (such as a notebook computer that you lug between the office and home and to remote locations)?

The prospect of modifying all those TCP/IP properties each time you need to access a particular account is unattractive, to say the least. Luckily, however, you don't have to. Windows 98 lets you set up a different TCP/IP configuration for each Dial-Up Networking connection you use. When you establish the connection, Dial-Up Networking uses the correct TCP/IP configuration automatically.


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