In my Fedora 16 installation I've recently noticed that it tries to connect to wireless at boot (I have kernel messages turned on at boot so I can see it trying). The issue though is that my wireless is very iffy, sometimes taking a very long time to associate which is just issues with my wireless card support and the large wireless network.
I would really prefer Fedora to try connecting to the wireless AFTER I login, not during the bootup process. This should significantly speed up boot times and be useful for times when I don't want to use wireless immediately.
Is there an option to make Fedora start associating with wireless after login, not at boot?