So I’m posting this on behalf of a family member who is at an apartment complex and unable to get 2 1st gen Sonos Ones to connect to the “community Wi-Fi” they have. And by that, I mean it’s run by a company called Pavlov Media, and you have your login where you have to add your device‘s MAC addresses into their portal in order for the device to get working Wi-Fi.
He used the MAC address under the unit / on the box, but neither Sonos One is able to connect to the Wi-Fi network. I then wondered if this MAC address is the wired connection MAC address? How can we find the Wi-Fi MAC address of the Sonos One if we can’t get the Sonos One to connect to Wi-Fi without it? (i.e. we need to be able to add the Wi-Fi MAC address into the Pavlov Wi-Fi device portal)
I found a few other threads on Reddit of people who had trouble getting this Sonos speakers to connect to community Wi-Fi setups like this. No solution from what I can tell.
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