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10.2.6: rejoining wireless network after sleep

Message #1 - Posted 2003/07/12 - Bev A. Kupf

With 10.2.6 is there a way I can rejoin a wireless network automatically after sleep? So I don't have to manually select the network from the Airport icon in the menubar?

Bev

Bev A. Kupf
Bev's House of Pancakes

Message #2 - Posted 2003/07/12 - Doug Brown

Previously, Bev A. Kupf wrote:

With 10.2.6 is there a way I can rejoin a wireless network automatically after sleep? So I don't have to manually select the network from the Airport icon in the menubar?

Bev

Open up the System Prefs, and choose your AirPort card from the pop-up menu. Click on the AirPort tab. There, you can choose which network to join after restart or sleep.

Doug

Doug Brown - La Grande, OR
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Message #3 - Posted 2003/07/12 - Bev A. Kupf

On Sat, 12 Jul 2003 22:41:59 GMT,
Doug Brown (macg3@pleasenospam.mac.com.invalid) wrote:

Previously, Bev A. Kupf wrote:

With 10.2.6 is there a way I can rejoin a wireless network automatically after sleep? So I don't have to manually select the network from the Airport icon in the menubar?

Open up the System Prefs, and choose your AirPort card from the pop-up menu. Click on the AirPort tab. There, you can choose which network to join after restart or sleep.

Thanks, Doug! Does exactly what I want, and works like a charm!

Bev

Bev A. Kupf
Bev's House of Pancakes

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