I have been a user of the ST 300 & AM pretty much since it rolled out. I've finally decided to add a SoundtTouch 10 to play in another room and today went to set it up. As the title indicates, I use a MAC filter on my router. I see two MAC addresses when the ST 10 is connected via USB and selected 1, which is what is connecting to the network when I have the filter turned off. First question is why are there two MAC addresses on the ST 10?
Tested it with the #1 MAC (MAC filter off), it connects, it plays I listen to it for a while. I add the entry for the ST 10 into the MAC Filter list and I'm ready to reboot the router after turning on the MAC filter. As soon as the router comes up again, with MAC filter enabled, I am unable to connect to the ST 10. Then tried wiping out the previously added speaker, adding it with the MAC filter enabled using the same credentials and it gives me some message about unable to connect. Weird stuff.
Likely something I'll need to reach out to Bose Tech support for but thought I'd ask here first. Anyone run into this before?