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Thread: How to connect to a specific router in a wifi network

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    Exclamation How to connect to a specific router in a wifi network

    Ok so i am in a student house and there are two routers creating a small wifi network, the problem is one of the routers doesn't work properly, since i don't want any problems with the landlord i cant change it, plus i dont have admin access, the landlord keeps sending repair guys around and instead of changing the router they mess-about with the settings and pretty much change nothing.

    My problem is this, the router that doesn't work has a channel frequency of 1 and the one that does has ch frq. of 9. The router that doesn't work is closer to my room thus my computer always automatically connects to it (only 2-3% difference in signal strength). I have a macbook and i'm on OSX mountain lion , so how can i connect specifically to the channel 9 router every time?
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    Press the factory default setting on the AP and use the default password to change the settings.
    Try this - http://www.passmark.com/products/wirelessmonitor.htm

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