I am looking for a simple way to manage two or three sets of "WiFi settings" ...
Example: When at home, I want to have a static IP address for my WiFi connection. When at the office, I want to let the server set the IP address and DNS. And when I am travelling I may want a 3rd configuration.
Does Windows 7 have any built-in support for this type of WiFi management? I looked at Profiles in the "Manager Wireless Networks" screen, but that doesn't appear to be referring to what I am wanting to control.
If Windows 7 doesn't have this built-in, can anyone recommend a good, freeware, simple and safe utility/app to do this type of management?
On my Android phone I have a simple app that monitors my location based on cell towers and when I get within a certain distance of my home, turns on the WiFi radio and when I leave that area it turns it back off to save power.
If what I'm trying to do could be triggered automatically that would be great, but unlike my Android phone, my laptop doesn't have any way to know where I am... Does it?
BTW, I did look in the tutorials section before posting but didn't see anything related to this in the networking section. I also searched the forums and didn't find anything with the terms that I used.