[ubuntu] Limit wireless networks based on user

[ubuntu] Limit wireless networks based on user

I’ve got a situation where a Ubuntu laptop is used for both household and business use. We have two wireless networks set up, one for business devices (radius) and one for IoT / kids devices (WPA personal). Our firewall prevents any new connections from the IoT devices to the business network.
Is there an easy way to configure the ubuntu laptop so that when one of the kids logs in it uses the IoT wireless network, but when my wife or I login it uses the business network (and uses our login details for the radius auth etc.)?
Thanks in advance!


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