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I have been using the native wifi on the BBAI successfully for quite a while and this really helps a lot cutting down the common mode Ethernet noise.
Just recently I changed to another ISP and entered the new wifi credentials by the way as shown in the 4th post above. What happens now is that the BBAI is still looking for the original SSID and will connect to the new SSID only as non-local user.
Wonder if anyone can indicate how and where to erase the older SSID and password.
I use connman-ctl I think you have that, read the commann man page for how to remove things
Thank you for the hint. I found all needed info in https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/ConnMan .
Next I used the BBAI cloud9 IDE interface and deleted the older wifi directories from var/lib/connman. A Beagle reboot seemed necessary for the changes to take hold.