My Sonos system is functioning well (plays music), but my router is not reporting some of the speakers correctly. Specifically the speaker relocated from the family room and much of the Sonos Beam speakers that now operate at a home theatre in that room are not reported entirely correctly by the router - the DHCP router (Netgear C7100) reports the IP address and MAC address correctly, but does not report the speaker name that is programmed into the router.
The speakers have been factory reset (using power ON procedure), yet this does not seem to impact a speaker’s name.
· The speaker originally in the family room was named ’Sonos-FR’ and was correctly reported by the router when in this original location. Due to a new Sonos home theatre installation, the speaker was relocated to the master bedroom and the DHCP router was configured to rename the device ‘Sonos-MB’. The DHCP router, however, still reports this speaker as ‘Sonos-FR’. The Sonos app/controller was changed for this new room and the room correctly shows on the app/controller.
· The new home theatre speakers (4) show the name of three of these speakers as ‘Sonos ZP’, even though the router is programmed to indicate ‘Sonos-Sub’, ‘Sonos-LS’ and “Sonos-RS’. The router does show IP and MAC indications correctly and the Sonos app/controller does correctly have them function as a group and show information on the app/controller. The Sonos soundbar does report correctly from the router (IP address, MAC, and name – ‘Sonos-Soundbar’ and the app/controller.
Do you have any suggestions to reprogram speaker names?