How often does the system recalculate its spanning tree states? And does it take into account link quality (error rates) in its route cost calculations?
I have a troublesome zone ('Kitchen'), which is sometimes prone to dropouts. When I looked at the Network Matrix I find that the ZP in question is currently forwarding to a ZB which is relatively remote and at low strength ("Inbound: 24 21; Outbound: 04 19"). It has nodes in range with much better signal strength, and indeed one of these ("Inbound: 54 56; Outbound: 42 46") is currently forwarding to it. But 'Kitchen' itself insists on forwarding on a weak signal link.
I've tried changing channels, power cycling various nodes in different orders. Will it just adjust itself after some period of time? I'm hoping someone knowledgeable in SonosNet can help me out. Forgive me if this is on the wrong forum.