Long story short, I upgraded my ISP connection, which prompted me to upgrade my router/firewall. I also decided to replace my very noisy dying switch. Result, great network, but Sonos is being very difficult. First, Apple Music stopped working. Couldn’t fix it. So being an idiot, I factory reset all of my Sonos. Managed to get 4 Play:1 connected (3 rooms, one each, except for one room with a pair). Now, trying to add any more Sonos results in a network problem on the last step of the process.
My network: BT Openreach → Fortigate 80F → Netgear 752TPv2 → Ruckus AP
- BT Openreach = ISP termination point in my house. CAT 6 connection to Router
- Fortigate 80F = Router & Firewall
- Netgear 752TPv2 = 48 port switch
- Ruckus AP = WiFi access points. All are wired to switch, so not a mesh network.
Everything used to work prior to the router and switch upgrade.
I’ve tried changing the MTU on the router; I’ve adjusted STP settings on the switch, and enabled “Forward BPDU while STP Disabled”. Nothing seems to work.
Any ideas? Thank you.
Best answer by willphillipsonView original