After searching for your problem, I?ve come up with couple of options
that you may want to try to resolve this.
OPTION ? 1
If you want to switch between 2 different networks, then Microsoft has
a solution for this.
"How to use the Alternate Configuration feature for multiple network
connectivity in Windows XP"
Automatic Configuration for Multiple Networks
Step by step instructions
This is also discussed here-
But if you need to connect to multiple networks, then here are some other options.
OPTION - 2:
Using netsh utility to create multiple network configurations for XP-
You?ll have to create the text files when you are in different offices
and then after you?ve all the text files from all the different office
networks, then you can create batch files to execute whenever you
switch from one office to another. That simple :)
OPTION ? 3:
Installing a tool called as NetSwitcher-
"NetSwitcher is a great tool for mobile computer users. If you've ever
had to change your network settings every time you sit down at a
client's site or fumble with your IP address configuration every time
you plug into your home network, NetSwitcher is the tool for you."
V3.2.6 is compatible with Win95, Win98, Win ME, Win NT4, Windows 2000
Pro, and Windows XP Pro and Windows XP Home.
You can download this software from-
Here is a yahoo thread where a similar case has been discussed and
netswitcher was recommended -
You may be asked to join the group to view this thread. If you do not
wish to join, let me know and I'll post the information for you.
Another thread, on Google Groups, recommending NetSwitcher-
Search terms used ?
multiple network profile XP
multiple networks XP
Let me know if this fixed your problem. In case of any questions, feel
free to request for clarification.