Last year I got two Sonos speakers... Discovered the network hardware is 8~ years old, and only connects as older 802.11G and can't see any modern versions
plus If you're using PMF (even as optional) as required by WPA3 - they will just straight not connect to the WIFI anymore.
@shlee As far as I know they are still running a 2.6 or earlier Linux kernel which limits them somewhat. For instance, they speak only SMB1 so you have to re-enable that ancient protocol on your NAS.
I got sick of their wireless annoyances (they dumb-bridge the wired and wireless networks so heaven help your STP-aware equipment) so I plugged them all in via Ethernet and disabled the wireless entirely.
Am still waiting for them to support SMB2 before I buy any more.
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