FAQ | How does USB and POTS failover work when using a redundant Q-SYS Core 110f?
Understand how a Q-SYS Core 110f uses redundant USB and POTS failover to ensure your system stays connected.
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While the programming of a Q-SYS Core 110f processor can be made redundant, there are connections that do not support redundancy, such as USB, POTS, VOIP, as well as other physical technologies.
The redundant Core 110f would be able to take over the role and responsibilities as programmed, but connections that do not support redundancy would have to be re-established afterwards.
To learn more about Core 110f redundancy requirements, see the Q-SYS Core Redundancy topic in Q-SYS Help.