I'm running a regular airport card on a 900 MHz G3 iBook with OS X 10.3.8. Sometimes - but not all the time - when I wake the computer from sleep or otherwise re-initialize the wireless connection, the computer connects to the wrong wireless network in my building. Presumably someone else's in the building. I'd rather not do this for two reasons: 1) The signal for the wrong network is weak. Often, I get poor or nonexistant connectivity. 2) Just doesn't seem right. If I'm paying for DSL, I want to use it, ya know? So, how do I force my mac to connect to my network? Two things you should know: 1) I've already used the Network System Preference to join my "specific network" by default. But it still usually connects to the wrong network. 2) The wrong network in question has an SSID of <default> which I think might be gumming up the works. Really, all I want to do is force my mac to connect to my network or blacklist the wrong network it keeps connecting to. Any advice? thanks.