My 8 node Sonos system has worked for years using the SonosNet and my CR100 is still going - but I accept that in the name of progress I will have to ditch it soon.
IOS and Android apps on my mobile devices do not always manage to connect to my system because they use my home wireless network (not the SononsNet) and coverage is not as good as the Sonos mesh (which the CR100 uses).
This leads me to my question...in order to improve my home wireless network I am going to buy a 3 node mesh system plugged directly into my internet router - I am concerned that this will set up a separate network from the one used by Sonos thereby preventing wireless devices connected to the new mesh (eg. Android apps) from connecting to wired devices connected to my router (eg. Sonos bridge).
Can you confirm that I have nothing to worry about? Surely, since both the new mesh and the existing Sonos bridge will be connected directly to my router (and this will be my DHCP server unless the new mesh network controller creates its own) then all devices should be with in the same IP range?
Has anyone any experience of this?