How To Change The Sonos Wireless Channel

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How to Change the Sonos Wireless Channel

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If you are experiencing interference from other devices in your home or hear the music dropping or skipping, one thing you can try is to change the wireless channel that your Sonos is running on. The process for changing the wireless channel is different based on your setup. If you have the standard setup, you change the channel in the router software and if you have the Boost setup, you change it in the Sonos App. Remember when changing the channel, that Sonos can operate on only channels 1, 6 or 11.

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Change the Wireless Channel in a Standard Setup

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    Log into Your Router.
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    Connect a computer to your router with an ethernet cable and get to your router login page. You can get there by typing the IP 192.168.1.1 in the URL of your web browser. Depending on the setup of your router and network, your router IP may be different, so check your documentation.
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    Find the Wireless Settings Page.
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    Get to your wireless network setting page by clicking on the tabs you have in your router software. The tabs and pages will look different across many different routers.
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    Change the Wireless Channel.
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    Look for the wireless channel box and that should show you what channel you are currently on. There is usually a drop down box you can choose the new channel from. If it is grayed out, unclick the "auto scan" check box. Sonos can operate on only channels 1, 6 or 11.
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    Save and Exit.
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    Apply the settings which may need a reboot of the router. If a reboot is necessary, it should do it automatically for you after you apply settings.
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Change the Wireless Channel in a Boost Setup

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    Run Sonos App.
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    Click on Settings.
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    Click on Advanced Settings.
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    Click on SonosNet Channel.
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    Sonos can operate on only channels 1, 6 or 11. You should also check to see that all your Sonos products are shown in the app and they all play music. If not, try another channel.
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