I have a Sonos set up covering 5 rooms with a total of 9 Speakers. I mostly stream Spotify but sometime Google Music. I have been having ongoing issues with some/all speakers stopping/starting and skipping tracks. I have submitted diagnostics 636988128. I note it is worse when I have all rooms streaming (which I like)
Below is a wifi map of the 2.4GHz band, and you'll see it's quite crowded. Phill@Home is my Telstra SMart WiFi system which has three discs. I am assuming the Sonos is the unlabelled signal on Channel 11 which is the channel the Sonos system is set on. The Optus one is my (annoying) neighbor, also on channel 11. This reading was taken in my Work Den which is close to my neighbour's side of the house. There is also a Philip's Hue Network on Channel 25. My Modem tells me I have 63 Devices connected to my network.
Any thoughts on how I best optimise this setup please ?
Merry Christmas & Blessings
Best answer by ratty
Use only channels 1, 6 and 11. Given your neighbour's presence on 11 at -70dB I'd suggest you put SonosNet on ch 6. Move the SSIDs currently using 4 & 7 to 1 & 11.