NetSetMan (Software Saturday)

If you’re located in a place like me where I have a host of wifi and LAN connections to choose from.

In such a situation, I’m constantly required to change my IP settings and other settings whenever I jump networks.

I normally don’t need to use to a tool for this, as practice does speeds up this process. However, it can be quite a pain.

This is where NetSetMan comes in.

NetSetMan is a network settings manager which can easily switch between 6 different, visually structured profiles including:

  • IP Address
  • Subnet Mask
  • Default Gateway
  • DNS Server
  • WINS Server
  • Computer Name
  • Workgroup
  • DNS Domain
  • Default Printer
  • Network Drives
  • SMTP Server
  • Hosts File Entries
  • Scripts (BAT, VS, JS, …)

NetSetMan

NetSetMan also has a pro version that adds some extra features:

  • Can be used at work
  • Unlimited amount of profiles
  • Network-Domain
  • Complete Proxy Settings
    (Windows/Internet Explorer & Firefox)
  • Browser Home Page
    (Internet Explorer & Firefox)

Download NetSetMan 2.5.1 (1375KB)

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