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I am currently surrounded by a long list of WiFi connections and every time I boot up my MacBook Pro, it switches away from what should be the default for the public WiFi connection.
How can I force my Mac OSX to recognize the domestic connection it should be using?
Is there also any way to block the listing of other WiFi connections, especially because there are so many?
I have tried going through the Network listings to delete the surrounding superfluous signals and have not been able to. Is there something I'm missing? Do they specifically have to be connections I've joined? Is it not possible to block out the other domestic signals around me?