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    I'm in a hotel with a generic wireless network ie single SSID, PSK security with multiple access points (physical routers/repeaters) on each floor.

    Using a wifi analyser I can identify the router closest to my room and I have identified its MAC address.

    How can I set windows wireless networking to only connect to this AP? I've tried setting the roaming aggressiveness to 1 but it still 'hunts' and constantly changes between the APs since it sees several APs on the same SSID/Network, which is causing connectivity issues.

    I want to lock the Wi-Fi card to one physical AP, the closest one with the best line of sight.

    I know Win 10 isn't great at managing wireless networks from the client side but maybe someone has come up with a way using netsh or other tools.

    Thanks.
    HP Envy x360 i7
    11-15-2020 01:44 AM

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