Since a while now I have problems with my home cinema setup.
One day I figured out that the setup of my Sonos Beam, Sub and 2 Play:1 was listed as Living Room (?+?+?) and the Sub as well as the two Play:1 didn’t have any IP on the WiFi network anymore.
So I decided to remove the three speakers from Beam. This did work, but the speakers didn’t show up as standalone anymore and I still didn’t see any speaker gathering an IP. So I decided to reset all speakers, including Beam and rejoin them into the WiFi network.
Now they all have an IP again. So I tried to connect the Sub to the Beam again. Suddenly it time out/fails to join and I get an error and offer to retry. Retrying doesn’t help. The sub is Now part of the Beam group but gone from WiFi again (no more IP) and marked as ?. Same for the Play:1 if I try.
So, I tried to remove them again. Removing is not an issue. And I figured out that waiting for a while, the speaker gets an IP again, without resetting each time.
Retrying a couple of time didn’t work. Trying to combine both Play:1 into one Surround works. So it seems like the issue is, when I try yo join them with the Sonos Beam.
Under system I just can witness that after trying to join and the failure, that the respective speakers are gone from the list, until I remove them from the Beam and wait till they get an IP again or if I reset them if I don’t want to wait.
More infos about my setup: 2.4GHz WiFi network (and separated 5GHz network). Network gear: Ubiquitous APs, switches and Dream Machine Pro. All did work fine before and I do not know when exactly it stopped working.
Regarding Sonos, speakers are all updated and I am using S2.
Anyone had this issue before? What else to try? Any help from Sonos to make a diagnostic?