Hi, I have a concrete building in two floors and have a quite unstable WiFi network. On the lower floor I have about 4 Sonos devices and on the upper floor I have 5 Sonos devices. Today the installation is WiFi and it often works but often sound come and go when playing music. I think I will try the Sonos net way instead and will connect a bridge to my router on the lower floor. I’m not sure that the connection will be good on the upper floor due to all the concrete. I have a network outlet at the upper floor but not were I can place a Sonos speaker but a bridge is possible to place there. Is it possible to connect another Sonos bridge on the upper floor to enhance the Sonos net on that floor and have the first Sonos bridge on the lower floor? Will that help my setup. My thought is that the lower Sonos bridge connected to the router will support the devices there and the bridge at the upper floor will help my devices at the upper floor.
Does it work that way or will the second bridge not give any better coverage?