I setup a Google Wifi mesh system with 3 pods. I purchased a Sonos Boost after I setup my Google Wifi system. I have one, main, Pod downstairs and then have the other 2 Pods upstairs. I purchased a Sonos One SL, a Sonos One, and a Sonos Beam. They are all downstairs, and are located near the main Pod. I connected all Sonos speakers to my Google Wifi system prior to purchasing the Sonos Boost. I looked at the back of the main Pod for an open ethernet port that I can connect my Sonos Boost to, but there is not an open port. Do I need to purchase an additional Pod that I can place in the living room, and connect the Sonos Boost to it, or are there any other options for my current configuration?
Best answer by Stanley_4
An inexpensive Ethernet switch will give you more ports, about $20 for a decent one with 5 or 8 ports.
Something like these, do avoid ones on the Sonos incompatible hardware list though.