quick question. I'm a software guy and networking is all black magic to me!
I have a laptop which I use at home and at the office. In order to be able to more easily reference our servers at work, I have our domain name in the DNS suffixes on my TCP/IP settings on my wireless connection. This all works beautifully and I can reference our servers simply by name only.
Now the problem... When I go home, it still has those suffixes in there, and I cannot access other servers because it appends the DNS suffixes to the server names.
Is there a way I can set up DNS suffixes so that they are only applied when connected to a certain wireless network (I'm thinking by SSID).
EDIT: After akira's answer I asked at the office about this idea, and found further information. Our DHCP is handled not by an actual "server" box, but by our Sonicwall firewall. I guess I would need to see if Sonicwall has any way to hand out DNS suffixes. I'll have to research that; if anyone has any idea about this, it'd be appreciated too.