3 Rooms setup:
Office : 2x Sonos Play1
Kitchen: 2x Sonos Play1
Living Room: Beam, Sub, and 2x surround speakers
For the last three weeks for whatever reason, living room disappeared from my Sonos App multiple times. After reading many forums one recommendation I came across often was to assign static IP address/ create a DHCP range of IP addresses specifically for Sonos devices.
I went into my router, created a range of static ip addresses for all Sonos devices including the ones in other rooms. I restored all Sonos devices and can confirm that all Sonos devices were assigned the new IP addresses after I rebooted my router and the speakers. Confirmation was done via Sonos App. Also, all devices are connected via SonosNET
My problem still exist and my devices now suddenly disappear randomly and I can confirm all other devices in my house such as Alexa, Google speakers and many other device work completely fine.
This is driving me nuts and I thought I could buy the speaker to my parents as a gift but there is no chance I will do it now.
Any recommendation what else I am missing?
Thanks for your help!!!!
I have good understanding in technology including networking.
Cisco switches which I configured via console myself
WiFi: Ubiquiti support the house and no other wifi is setup
Best answer by Ken_Griffiths
This Sonos article may assist with your switches...
Sonos STP Switch Settings
However as you’re using a mesh WiFi system, I would also just ensure your Ubiquiti hub WiFi channels are not coinciding with your chosen SonosNet channel. I would 'fix' them to the 'same' non-overlapping channel, that’s if the Ubiquiti system will allow that.