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Search in all forums Search in 'Troubleshooting'. After trying to connect a Boost to the wireless modem and after spending numerous hours on the phone with a Sonos technician, it seems the issue with with the Apple router and the technician was unable to resolve the issue.

I have 5 speakers and a Boost. When I tried to connect the Boost the router cannot make a connection to the speakers but when I remove the Boost the router is able to link each speaker using a different IP address for each speaker.

The router now has multiple IP addresses and when I try to link up with my laptop, sometimes I can connect and most times I cannot. I assume it is because the router has maxed out the available IP addresses for the router using the speakers and a few other linked devices. I would like to use the Boost and I would like to be able to use the router for laptop and other wifi use without conflict.

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If you have spent time troubleshooting with our support team, I would recommend continuing to work with them. I was unable to locate a support ticket under the email address you have registered to the Community so I am unable to give any other insight.

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If you have a case number I'd be happy to take a closer look. Otherwise, I'd suggest giving our support technicians a call to get a clearer understanding of the problem. Klipsch RM x2 ]. It should not be an issue.

I had a sonos connect ethernet to an apple airport extreme to create the sonosnet. From the connect i had 3 other sonos speaker on sonosnet.

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