We have 2 Mac desktop computers in our house, both running Mac OS 10.4.6 (Mojave),ITunes 184.108.40.206.
We have a Sonos Beam with 2 Sonos One Speakers and a Sonos sub.
We are using Sonos App 12.2.2 and everything is S2.
One of our desktop Macs (a MacBookPro) can play music via iTunes/Airdrop to the Sonos system without any problem.
However the other Mac (an iMac) is unable to connect to the Sonos system, even when the MBP is turned off. We just get a message that iTunes in the iMac is unable to find a system to connect to.
Both computers are on the same wireless network with wifi turned on.
Can anyone help us figure out why one computer’s iTunes can connect via AirPlay 2 and the other one cannot? This would help in fixing the problem.
Best answer by Airgetlam
As a guess, your router re-leased the IP addresses to the speakers, and cleaned up potential duplicate IP addresses. Which is mostly what Annazel’s solution would have done as well, with the caveat that it would be better for the Sonos devices to be unplugged while the router is rebooted.