5 Replies Latest reply: Sep 21, 2011 4:34 PM by appleiser
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I have two network locations on my MacBook, one for my school's wireless network and settings, and another for everything else. I cannot properly connect to the school network when on the other network location, nor to any other network when on the school location so have to continuously change the network location (annoying!!). However, my iPhone is able to atomatically connect to the school network (once the proper settings are entered) as well as my home network.


Why is my iPhone able to do this switching so easily but my MacBook requires me to set the location before it can connect?


Is there a way I can make the MacBook behave like the iPhone and automatically connect to either of the networks, without me having to set the network location?



MacBook, Mac OS X (10.6.4)