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problem with Sonos One wireless connection
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If you'd configured both the SSID and the password to be the same as on the previous router you'd not have needed to do anything. On power-up the system would have reconnected automatically to the new...

Sonos and Bose Lifestyle 28 Series II
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The Connect outputs analog and digital simultaneously. https://www.sonos.com/shop/connect.html

Sonos and Bose Lifestyle 28 Series II
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The Amp's RCA jacks are inputs, not outputs.

Sonos on Public Wifi
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You'd want the MAC address. Take the serial number from About My Sonos System and lop off the last character. The 12 characters you're left with is the MAC address. Sonos doesn't use network names....

problem with Sonos One wireless connection
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There isn't a temporary Sonos network is this situation. It only plays a part in initial setup. Pick the new network name and complete the password details.

Need Wi-Fi advice

Any Sonos unit can be the first, wired one to put the system into SonosNet mode. However all things being equal the Beam would be marginally superior. It contains the latest, more powerful, radio modu...

Restrict access to certain zones

To reinforce the point: it's not a separate network. You'd simply be setting up more than one Sonos system on the same network. Oh, I thought this was a serious discussion. The moment I see the "it's...

Cant reset wifi. Sonos One using wifi instead of sonosnet.
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Is there a WiFi point in the boat house? If not then you may have answered your own question, in that the Ones have evidently preferred the (presumably more powerful) router signal to SonosNet. Note...

Need Wi-Fi advice

With that number of Sonos units I suggest you wire one component to the network and put the system into SonosNet ('wired') mode. In any case Sonos doesn't always play nicely with meshed WiFi systems w...

Restrict access to certain zones

I don't have a strong opinion either way, other than the fact that introducing such locks would take Sonos development resources away from other feature development. As has been noted elsewhere many t...

Restrict access to certain zones

We discussed this on another thread just a few days ago. Cross-posting onto multiple threads isn't really going to help. Based on your comments on the other thread, I think you should explore dividing...

How to setup a correct audio chain with a turnable. (Connect:AMP, Sonos AMP or Sonos:Connect?)

All of them. It's the headphone jack which was dropped from P:5 gen2.

How to setup a correct audio chain with a turnable. (Connect:AMP, Sonos AMP or Sonos:Connect?)

None of them. Connect your phono preamp to the Line-In jack on one of your existing living room Play:5s.

How many Sonos boosts can you have.
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If you want to pursue things further here, get the IP address of one of your players (not the Boost) from About My Sonos System then point a browser to http://x.x.x.x:1400/support/review, substituting...

My experience, dropping players, wifi issues, app crashing, disconnections

With WiFi it obviously takes two to tango: the end station and the router/access point. The onset of the problem might have been associated with something changing in the iDevice, such as an iOS updat...

My experience, dropping players, wifi issues, app crashing, disconnections

Thanks for relating your tale. We don't often see such success stories posted here. It helps to underscore the point we continually have to make that Sonos is, barring the rare bug, solid. In the vast...

Sonos on Public Wifi
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The last thing you'd want to do is to connect Sonos to a public WiFi. If you can control it, so can malicious actors. Get a cheap travel router. Connect it to the campus WiFi. Connect the Sonos and y...

2 Sonos Connect setups in separate rooms
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Wiring the Connect to your computer has simply made it into a wireless bridge. It's getting a wireless connection via SonosNet from the first Connect, and extending a wired connection to the computer....

New modem crashes when I hardwire my Sonos connect

I wouldn't say it's "fairly common" at all. Sonos plays nicely with most routers, and a single wired Connect should place few demands on the network. Known incompatibilities are listed at https://supp...

New modem crashes when I hardwire my Sonos connect

Power them down for now. Wire one Connect to the router. Power it up. What happens?

New modem crashes when I hardwire my Sonos connect

Obvious question: are you plugging into one of the yellow LAN ports? And if you attach the Ethernet cable while the Sonos system is entirely powered down, then power up the wired Connect, at what poi...

Suport for the Opus codec?

Out of interest, can you point to Opus-encoded audio sources which you'd want to play? It appears that, at any remotely respectable bitrates (128kbps+), it has little if any edge over Vorbis quality-w...

Disney Circle Killed My Sonos

I didn't look into the Circle in detail, but hopefully there'd be a mechanism for deliberately excluding network devices from its policing function. If so you could try adding to the exclusion list al...

Disney Circle Killed My Sonos

The Circle appears to use ARP spoofing to intercept all traffic destined for the existing gateway router. Such alarming techniques could well upset Sonos devices which inherently have to depend on rel...

Need help connecting bridge to existing wireless network
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It sounds like your secondary router could still be acting as a router, rather than being in 'bridge'/'access point' mode. In that case it will be dividing your network into different subnets. Sonos c...

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