I keep my iTune music library on an Apple TimeCapsule which I had previously wired into my modem. My Sonos was then wired via an Ethernet cable into the TimeCapsule. I recently installed an Eero network to increase my signal strength down to my dock (I live on a lake). As part of this re-architecturing of my Home network, I no longer use my TimeCapsule to create my Home wireless network (I now use the Eero network) and moved my TimeCapsule (and the iTune library it contains) which is now wired by an Ethernet cable to my iMac computer. I have simply mounted the TimeCapsule as a NAS drive on my computer network (following instructions provided in a Mac World article that I found on the internet— https://www.macworld.com/article/3170186/how-to-configure-a-time-capsule-as-an-ethernet-only-storage-device.html.) My only problem at this point is that Sonos refuses to “find” my iTunes library on the networked drive. I have tried to use the Sonos setup to define the path to my networked shared drive When I looked at the path to my TimeCapsule Drive in the Mac’s finder, it is listed as “afp://NewTimeCapsule._afpovertcp._tcp.local/Data/users/jstroebel/Desktop/Music/iTunes/iTunes Media/Music”. I have read the article on your support page which provides information on addressing a NAS drive via Sonos and have also tried ” //NewTimeCapsule/Data/users/jstroebel/Desktop/Music/iTunes” and other variants. Each time after searching, the Sonos app tells me that “The computer “NewTimeCapsule” cannot be found.” What am I doing wrong? How can Sonos be properly directed to this drive?