Since I updated to the S1 controller about a week ago, I’ve had to reboot my entire network every day. All of my Sonos systems are wired on a network. So it’s not a WIFI problem, and I have static IP addresses assigned for them. I have rebooted the router, and I’ve also gone through clearing down, reconfiguring the static IP’s, rebooting everything and turning them on 1 at a time, so that the whole system is on.
And each day it works until the next morning, when it can’t find the music library on my mac. I’ve also had to re-tell it where the music library is, and I haven’t updated the mac computer where that library sits for ages. It’s still running high sierra, because I need that level of OS for my other aps.
Nothing else has changed, except for me downloading and installing the S1 controller.
I can’t help feeling massively let down by SONOS. The system was a lot of money, and for the years I’ve used it, it’s worked most of the time flawlessly. Ok, you occasionally get something weird happen and a reboot once or twice a year is acceptable. But right now, it’s every.single.day. And it can see my library file names, but ‘cannot connect’ , or ‘an error has occurred’.