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    Default Wireless SSID priority

    Hi All,

    I have an install of OpenSuSE 12.2 with Gnome 3.4.

    I have several different wireless SSIDs I have to connect to at work, but I have 1 that I use as my primary. I'm looking for a way to prioritize my primary SSID as the first one my computer attempts to connect to. Thoughts?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Wireless SSID priority

    Also, I just noticed the dedicated wireless forum. If a mod could please move this, that'd be great. Sorry...

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    Default Re: Wireless SSID priority

    On Thu 07 Feb 2013 07:16:01 PM CST, Methix wrote:


    Hi All,

    I have an install of OpenSuSE 12.2 with Gnome 3.4.

    I have several different wireless SSIDs I have to connect to at work,
    but I have 1 that I use as my primary. I'm looking for a way to
    prioritize my primary SSID as the first one my computer attempts to
    connect to. Thoughts?

    Thanks!


    Hi
    Right click on the network manager icon in the panel -> network
    settings, select wireless and in the drop down, select the SSID, then
    press options (enter root password) and select check box to connect
    automatically.

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    Default Re: Wireless SSID priority

    First off, thanks a ton. That's exactly what I needed!

    Secondly, where can I find a good eye doctor because I have no idea how I missed seeing that setting...

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    Default Re: Wireless SSID priority

    Quote Originally Posted by Methix View Post
    Secondly, where can I find a good eye doctor because I have no idea how I missed seeing that setting...
    You can find one 7 miles down the inter at the 4 the intersection
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