Using Sonosnet and ethernet connected players. I added my WiFi credentials, that didn't help, so I reset and removed my WiFi credentials. I am using an ethernet connected Boost, a Playbar, and a few Connects connected by ethernet around the house, the rest of the players are wirelessly connected and in About My Sonos, each device indicates WM: 0. Have given each Sonos device a DHCP reservation on the router. Restarting the router sometimes helps for awhile. Toggling the Sonosnet channel from 1 to 6 to 11 sometimes helps for awhile but not for long. Streaming from TIDAL performs the worst, streaming from my own music library performs better. I'm using Xfinity gigabit internet service and have two wireless access points in a small house and moving around the house I get 400Mbps WiFi download speeds. Sonos Diagnostics code 1281242672 . Thanks for any assistance.
Best answer by Keith N15 May 2018, 22:48
If there isn't a way to wire these players without using the managed switches, we will have to just make the best out of the wireless environment. How many AP's do you have? The more AP's you have (and the closer they are to Sonos devices) the more impact they will have on Sonos' own separate SonosNet.
Regarding your earlier suggestion- sorry if I misunderstood you. The USG has one LAN jack. To make that one jack available for the Boost, I would have to disconnect the 24 port UniFI managed switch which is connects and powers everything (PoE) else including every AP, etc. Given what I've described, what do you suggest?
The Boost has two Ethernet ports on the back. One can be used to connect to your USG, the other to your Unifi AP.
Lemme know if this helps! I'm happy to help in any way I can.
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