I have a CP 600 running our office. I defined a Vlan on the DMZ port to create a seperation between our work network and what we use as a guest network. So work network is 172.16.1.x and dmz is 192.168.200.x and Vlan 4 is 192.168.201.x. Works.
I have some remotes on the 192.168.201.x network that need to see a particular ip on the 172 network and I defined a rule allowing that and it worked just fine.
I have a sonos system on the 172 network which uses a hand full of ports (80, 443 and I believe one other) and they can't be seen on the 192 network. I believe they are sent around the network on multicast.
Is there a way I can allow the multicast from the 172 network to the 192 network and possibly add some rules that would allow devices on the guest network to see the sonos?
In reading other threads, specifically this one: https://en.community.sonos.com/troub...solution-30950 I need to allow multicast to the 192 network so the Sonos controller that is on that network knows about the sonos systems on the 172 network. Then I need to allow the devices to pass traffic. Is there a way to allow the multicast from 172 to 192? The 2nd part should just be some access policy rules (I would think).