Originally Posted by lockpicker
well you can just use a small startup script to keep yourself bound to your access point itself.
just add the script to /etc/rc.local
since i guess you are new to linux so i presume you may not be knowing what could be the startup script
post the following info and i may be able to help you with that!
1. After swithing on your wireless router
To simplify those a little bit-
1. iwconfig wlan0 essid NETWORKNAME --- wlan0 is usually the default connection name, double check to make sure. network name is the broadcast name of your network ie, campusnet or belkin54g
the next step (assuming you are using dhcp to get your ip)
2. dhclient wlan0 (assuming your distro came with this tool)