As far as my MacBook is concerned, I have 3 Wi-Fi Networks in my house, with different names (it is actually one network, with 2 repeaters). I move around the house and frequently use the 2 repeaters in particular. Quite often I lose connection to one of the repeaters, and my laptop will reconnect, but possibly to the farther repeater with a weaker signal, depending on the order of preference set in advanced network preferences. Because this signal may be quite weak, I may lose Internet connection using this Wi-Fi repeater, but my laptop will not try to connect to the repeater with the stronger signal.
The only way to get round this is to continually change my network preferences whenever I move around the house, which is very annoying.
Is there any way I can get my laptop to have no preference between the two repeaters, and to connect to which ever has the stronger signal?
This is not a duplicate question because the other question is asking how to enable an order of preference on an iphone and this question is asking how to disable it on a Macbook. Not surprisingly, none of the answers there answer my question.