FAQ | When should I use static routes with Q-SYS?
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Static Routes apply only to Q-SYS device configurations. Use static routes to specify a custom gateway to reach devices on other subnets.
Static routes do not assist with device discovery between the Q-SYS Core processor and peripherals, as discovery is a multicast function on behalf of the Core. The OS doesn’t even consider these routes unless there’s broadcast/unicast traffic to route to other subnets.
For examples and more information about routing in Q-SYS, refer to the Addressing & Routing topic in Q-SYS Help.