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Sonos Network Standard

  • 24 September 2019
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Hello, I want to know if Sonos has standard network requirements, or which network services Sonos needs, the ports that need to be used, or what networks Sonos does not support.

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I think this is what you're looking for.

https://support.sonos.com/s/article/126?language=en_US
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You might consider Boost (wired to Ethernet) mode for your Sonos where it creates its own network and doesn't impact your home WiFi aside from needing to be able to contact your controller devices.
Why do you need this info exactly? Sonos is based on SSDP (for discovery) and UPnP (port 1400) for general control. All devices must be on the same subnet.
My company is a distributor of Sonos China in the smart home industry. My customers often encounter the inability to add equipment, multiple rooms cannot be combined, and the number of devices seen by different controllers in the same network environment is different, but Sonos China There is no network standard, so I will ask here.
I think this is what you're looking for.

https://support.sonos.com/s/article/126?language=en_US

thanks
You might consider Boost (wired to Ethernet) mode for your Sonos where it creates its own network and doesn't impact your home WiFi aside from needing to be able to contact your controller devices.
Sounds good, but some big houses have no way to effectively use mesh connections in the case of a small number of sonos.
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Why do you need this info exactly? Sonos is based on SSDP (for discovery) and UPnP (port 1400) for general control. All devices must be on the same subnet.

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