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Why must I reconfigure every bloody time?

  • 30 November 2022
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Absolutely ridiculous at this point.  I have not been able to use Sonos twice in a row without having to go through the malarkey of unplugging everything, including my router to use this stupid system.  I used to recommend your products frequently, due to ease of use.  How ironic I now intend to start shopping for a new system because of the difficulty of use.

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Best answer by Stanley_4 30 November 2022, 03:25

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I’m not sure what’s going on with your network, but I’ve no difficulty in updating any of the 20 plus speakers I’ve got over the last decade or so. 

If I were you, I’d be figuring out what’s going on. There’s always a minute chance it’s a Sonos issue, but my guess is over 99% of the time, it’s a local problem. 

It just isn’t that difficult of a system to live with.

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First thing I’d do is assign all Sonos a static/reserved IP address, power down the Sonos and reboot the router then power up the Sonos.

It may not be your issue but it has impacted a fair number of folks and is easy and quick to take off the potential problems list.

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