When I installed my Sonos system last year, everything went well and operated as it should, allowing me to access online content and services as well as the music stored in the iTunes libary on my iMac (pending purchase of a NAS).
I've been using a Sonos Bridge to connect into my home network.
Recently I changed ISP and went onto a fibre optic broadband service, therefore I have a new router.
I've connected the Sonos Bridge to a spare port on the router (as I did with the previous one) and everything works as it should, including the Sonos control app on my iMac. However, the Sonos can no longer find the iTunes library on my iMac.
When I do a manual search for the library via the Sonos, I can see the relevant folders but when I select them to add the library, the Sonos says it cannot find my iMac
It's odd because any changes made on the Sonos Controller (handset) are reflected on the desktop controller and vice versa, so the Sonos and iMac are talking to each other.
What do I need to do to sort this out. There must be a simple solution.
p.s. sharing is enabled on the iMac, nothing has changed there.