Re: Change default network type?
Andrew, exactly the same setup as mine, with exactly the same
Somehow, I've found Vista to be much more difficult and frustrating,
even for doing the simplest littlest things. I'd love to have a Vista
'Techi' edition, much lesser user-friendly, but with more power to the
On May 15, 12:32 pm, Andrew Tapp
> For my setup the "Office LAN" represents my home network, and/or virtual
> network, which i trust, and therefore want it to be "Private".
> Is there anyway to override the default settings?
> Is there anyway to rename the network name from "Unidentified network"?
> Is it possible to add a new network?
> Many thanks.
> "AJR" wrote:
> > Think about it - check definition for Private versus Public networks. By
> > virtue of being an "office LAN' it defaults to Public.
> > <farhanar...@gmail.com> wrote in message
> >news:firstname.lastname@example.org oups.com...
> > > 14th May 2007
> > > Running Vista Ultimate, my PC has 2 network cards. 1 is connected to
> > > my wireless router, and second one to office network. The problem is
> > > that every system restart, my office network card is reset, and the
> > > type is set to Public which creates problems with office LAN. Is there
> > > any way to force the new network type to Private?
> > > At times, the IP address is also changed on restart, which I have to
> > > reset to 192.168.0.1 as I am using my PC as internet gateway as well.
> > > Any suggestions?
> > > Farhan