Here is the situation. I have 2 Connect:Amps and 1 Connect. All are physically located in my living room. The amps drive built in speakers in my master bedroom and rooftop. The connect powers living room speakers (through receiver). My primary router (Google OnHub) is also in the living room. Everything works great when I (and my iPhone) are physically in the living room. However, my Wi-Fi was very weak in the bedroom (furthest location from the router) so I bought another OnHub router, put it in bridge mode, and plugged it into my home Ethernet network. All Wi-Fi enabled devices work fine and easily switch between routers, HOWEVER if I'm in my bedroom and my phone is connected to the bridged router, the Sonos app cannot connect to my wireless network (even tho my phone is on my Wi-Fi network). Is there anything I can do to my networked routers or Sonos to fix this? Do I need to buy new equipment to ensure that Wi-Fi and Sonos is usable from all corners of my house? Thanks
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