TCPIP configuration switcher script
Version: 1.0If you find yourself switching among several TCP/IP configurations frequently (say between a dial up Internet connection and a local area network), you know that this procedure can become quite tedious. You must open the TCP/IP control panel, select 'Configurations...' from the File menu, activate the new configuration, then close the control panel.
Operating System: Mac OS X
TCPIP Configuration Switcher was developed with the goal to reduce the procedure to two or three quick key presses or mouse clicks by taking advantage of the 'Network Setup Scripting' scripting addition. You assign the script to a Function key, so that it is activated by pressing that key. Then you choose the desired TCP/IP configuration from a list, and the change is made automatically for you.
Note that if you need to switch among several dial up configurations, you will have to modify the script to also change the Remote Access configuration.