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Re: Connecting to a different LAN



In article <19980508145419.A9552@eng.utoledo.edu>, Patrick Ouellette
<pouellet@eng.utoledo.edu> writes
>IMHO the best way to handle moving machines between
>networks is to have a DHCP server on the lans and let
>the machine use a DHCP client to get the necessary
>network information.  It takes some work to set up
>the DHCP server, but the client is a plug in and
>go package (at least it was in hamm).

It is not possible to run a DHCP server on either LAN  :-(

Any other suggestions?

How does Win'95 manage to automagically cope, BTW?

TIA
Ian
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