I have an interesting situation at work. I bring my MacBook Pro in from home because it's the most suitable machine for what I do. At work I have access to two networks as follows:
Network 1: Wireless direct to the internet, but cannot access internal servers such as company email which is only accessible internally.
Network 2: Ethernet which gives me access to company servers such as email, but limited access to the internet. For example I cannot access any of my IMAP email servers through it.
This creates a situation where I'm constantly activating and deactivating the wireless to get access to things. If I want my private email I have to activate the wireless to get it. But then I cannot access any company servers such as work email. If I deactivate the wireless I can then access the company servers, but now cannot get to all external servers.
Any suggestions as to how I can configure the system to be able to access both networks and to know which servers are available through each connection? or perhaps to be able to query one connection and then the other if the first says server not found?