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A good solution to switch between different network settings?

I use a laptop (windows 7 64 bit) with wired and wireless networking. To access internet, i need to continuously change my IP and DNS server configuration.

Can you please suggest a free utility where i can store the different configurations and apply them with a click of a button?

Thanks in advance.

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marked as duplicate by quack quixote, Troggy, BinaryMisfit Dec 11 '09 at 12:53

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What operating system, what network manager? – Bobby Dec 10 '09 at 10:52
Thanks a lot for all the answers. NetSetMan worked like a charm for me on Windows 7 ultimate, 64 bit. – Ajit Singh Dec 12 '09 at 3:27
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Here are two programs to switch between pre-configured network settings:

IP Organizer 2

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the website is in Turkish, here's the download link.

IP Organizer is freeware.


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NetSetMan is free for personal use.

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Does it work on Windows 7 64 bit? – Ajit Singh Dec 12 '09 at 3:08

See the open source Net Profiles :

With Net Profiles, mobile computing becomes a whole lot easier. It eliminates the need to manually reconfigure your network settings when you move your desktop/laptop computer to another location. Once a profile is created, Net Profiles can configure your IP settings, proxy settings, mapped drives, default printer, wallpaper, and screen resolution with a click of a button; as well as run any number of user-defined applications upon activation of a profile.

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There is also Netswitcher, a utility that I used some time ago, especially when network connectivity was not at all reliable on my home network. It saved me hours of reconfigurations. See at

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