I'm in a position where I now have two addresses, one my home, one where I stay when I'm at work.
I'd prefer not to pay for 2 independent connections and have BT openzone at my works address .
Hoping to be able to use a BT login on the Sonos I use at my works address
Best answer by Airgetlam
When I stayed in a hotel for an extended length of time for work, I ended up asking the hotel's IT department to whitelist my Sonos speaker's IP address, so that it could skip their login webpage, and just connect directly to their internet. It was after that when I learned that it might have been easier just to get a travel router, which gave me the ability to "see" the login page in a web browser, and use the correct password to the hotel's service. I could then connect my own devices, including the Sonos, to the network my travel router created. Gave me an extra sense of security, adding a small firewall to the process, as well.