Beste antwoord door Tim S
Me referring to not supporting access points was an old comment, we nowadays do support these devices.
There are a few requirements though.
Important is that the access points are wired by ethernet to main dhcp server, not wireless connected or by EoP (ethernet over power).
patricw is referring to his Devolo adapters, which most likely work through EoP, so we do not support these devices.
If this does work, who are we to tell you to remove these devices, but if it does cause issues, we will be the first to ask to change that current setup.
Next important requirement is that all wireless access points need to be on the same wireless channel, this so when Sonos changes from the 1 AP to the next AP, he can continue to speak on the same level.
If Sonos would swap to an other access point on an other wireless channel, it would mean a complete disconnect and reconnect, which would cause music to stop playing.
Also grouping speakers when connected to different AP’s on a different wireless channel will cause issues, especially when its a stereopair, this cause the components do keep a direct connection, in which they are unable to if they would be working on a different wireless channel.
This all is also described in our dutch community topic.
There might be more settings that need adjustment, but in general these 2 i am now referring to are the most important ones.