I'm currently in an environment with two wireless networks:
OrganizationFoo, which is present pretty much everywhere I go, and
OrganizationFooSubset, which is only present in a certain location.
When possible, I'd like to connect to
OrganizationFooSubset because it's a faster, more reliable network. If this is out of range, I'd like to connect to
How can I configure this from within Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon (64-bit)?
I've found the network connections configuration dialog, but there are no "Move Up" or "Move Down" buttons, and drag-and-drop has no effect. In the actual
/etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/ directory, each connection gets its own file, and I don't see a master list where I could reorder them.