Example I have 1 laptop and 2 LAN network available for me to connect to.
THe LAN configuration for the laptop is set to automatic DHCP assignment
1st lan network with a DOMAIN (DHCP) (which the laptop has already joined) assigns 192.168.2.X range 2nd lan network with internet (DHCP) assigns 192.168.10.X range
Is it possible to, without making any changes to the settings to the 2 lan network switch/router, set a configuration on the laptop itself, to force it to accept only ip assignment of ip ranges from the 1st lan network which is 192.168.2.X? meaning to say if one is to bring the laptop and connect it to the 2nd lan network, it wouldnt set itself a ip even though the DHCP assigns one to it.
What i want to achieve it to allow the user to only access the 1st network. he will not be able to access the 2nd even if he connects to it.