I have another switch in a different room where I have other devices hardwired to my network. On that switch is a BOOST. That's the only Sonos product hardwired to my network.
When I enabled the Eero mesh network, the Sonos network went dark. I power cycled that switch and the BOOST was able to be added to the iOS controller. I was resigned to adding all my zones one by one again. Unfortunately, they're not wanting to be added.
Literally the only physical change to my network was the Eero router(s). I did not change the network configuration at all (i.e. same SSID, etc.).
Anyone know what might be happening?
Best answer by rattyView original
That's likely to mess things up for SonosNet unless you move Sonos to channel 11.
I have an eero and 3 sonos speakers and they keep dropping off. I do not have them set up as part of SonosNet and cannot play around with changing of the channels. Everyone here seems to have them as part of SonosNet and that's what the answers are based on. What can I do if my sonos speakers are connected directly to wifi?
Submit a system diagnostic and post the number. Sonos Support can take a look.