Comment 24 for bug 1323089

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WinEunuchs2Unix (ricklee518) wrote :

Oops this has been going on since 2009 and a developer did respond that it is simply for roaming in corporate environments with multiple access points to connect to. If you only have one AP at home go into network manager, select "Edit Connection", highlight your AP / wlan0 and click "Edit". Then click the down arrow next to BSSID which is blank. Then select the mac address that was hidden before.

My apologies for linking this to an 802.11n problem. Once bitten twice shy I guess....