I currently have a fairly significant Sonos ecosystem (over 15 various). My set up is such that I have a modem connected to an eero mesh router with my Sonos Boost hooked directly to that router. I currently have everything set up to enable Wifi. It seems to be working well with just a couple drop offs here and there. My question is that it appears that I could disable the wifi based on my setup. Is there a benefit for that or is it a situation where I should leave well enough alone.
Best answer by Corry P
You should find that you are unable to do so - only ethernet-wired devices can disable their radios.
This function is only intended to be used when, for example, an installer has wired 6 Amps to speakers and has put the Amps in one location. All but one should have their radios disabled (with one left on for the later addition of stand-alone speakers via Sonosnet) and all the Amps should be wired to ethernet. If Sonosnet isn’t to be used, all 6 could have their radios turned off (especially if the Amps have been located near a WiFi access point).
As you are utilising a Boost, and didn’t mention ethernet-wiring any other devices, you shouldn’t - and shouldn’t be able to - disable WiFi on any devices.