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Alexa / Echo multi-room music grouping

I am using Eeros for the first time.  I have 9 different Alexa Echo devices and when I used my old Apple routers I had them all hooked up via the Alexa app to play on an "Everywhere" multi-room music group. I could listen to music through the whole house.  I hooked up Eeros and got all of my echos on the "one network" but some are connected via 2.4 and some via 5.0 Ghz.  The echos have also connected to different eeros bases.  Does anyone know why multi-room music group can't connect them all?  Is the issue the 2.4 vs 5.0 ghz?  Is it that they are linking to different eeros bases?  All three of my eeros bases are plugged into the router via ethernet cables.  Is that the issue?  I have spent hours trying to fix this.

 

Thanks.

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  • Did you join them to your main network or your guest network?

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  • I didn't create a guest network.  Would that help?

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    • MagnetVox No, if you had connected to them the guest network, then I was going to say that was probably the source of the problem. But since that isn’t the case, I’m not sure. I don’t use Echo devices myself, but I use multiple Sonos speakers in my home without issue. I doubt this problem is directly caused by eero, but I’d recommend reaching out to their support to see if they can help you troubleshoot and figure out what might be causing the issue.

      I’m guessing the issue has something to do with you having all the eeros connected to your router, but eero support should be able to help you narrow that down.

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