This sort of question has been asked before, but for a home network. So I'll start by saying that I cannot change the SSIDs of the networks - this is for an enterprise wifi network with multiple APs that have a mixture of 2.4 and 5 bands running. I do not have access to modify this, but it's my work network so I need to connect to it. The problem: the MBP keeps deciding that one or other of the access points has better signal than the other and so it switches between them, causing periods connectivity loss. Is there a way to tell the MBP to ignore the 2.4 signals and only connect to 5 GHz APs, or vice versa. Either one is fine (both are fast, decent signal etc), but they compete with each other for top dog and it is causing issues. Is there any solution to this? The IT admins here have made some adjustments to the power level of the APs in question, but getting them to broadcast different SSIDs *is not* a possibility.