I've attached a network diagram here. I'm experiencing some super odd network issues that I can't pinpoint. I've been reading about STP, port blockling, and other shenanigans. Completely speculative so far.
I had an extreme case the other day where my throughput dropped to 10Mbps to the Internet. I could patch my computer at my desk directly in to the ISP modem and immediately get 1Gbps (~920Mbps on Speedtest, 3 different sources). When I plugged it all back in to the network with the router and switches in front (no resets), 10Mbps. After switch resets I could iperf over switches and get ~920Mbps. Internet connectivity doesn't get up that high but I definitely am up that way. That is also something odd I'm troubleshooting with Ubiquiti at the moment.
Currently my 8 port switch is listing the PlayBar at 100Mbps blocked...
Curious if there are optimal or recommended settings for an Ubiquiti UniFi based network? Am I doing anything obviously wrong here?
Best answer by ratty
Sonos is compatible with Classic STP paths costs. Where RSTP costs are used these will exceed SonosNet wireless path costs, resulting in a wireless path being preferred over wired. This is mentioned in posts to the thread I referred you to. A potential workaround is to configure all relevant switches to use Classic STP.
Where a wireless path over SonosNet gets preferred, it will clearly throttle bandwidth. The best throughput I've seen from a single SonosNet wireless hop is 12-13Mbps.
You could, though it's not a Sonos approved practice so they're reluctant for directions to be posted here. Google would locate the requisite URLs.