I have CME 4.1 running on a 2801. For music on hold, we are using an external source. I have an ephone-dn with the moh out-call command pointed to a dial-peer that is connected to our music source. If you dial the dial-peer, you hear the music and it's working fine.
When you are placed on hold, you hear the same 2 second snippet of James Taylor over and over again. The debug ephone moh command gives the following result:
Oct 25 16:17:46.041: Skinny MOH late reading block at play 24160 write 0
with distance 7840 late-count 23
Oct 25 16:17:50.041: Skinny MOH late reading block at play 24160 write 0
with distance 7840 late-count 73
Oct 25 16:17:54.029: Skinny MOH late reading block at play 24160 write 0
with distance 7840 late-count 123
Oct 25 16:17:58.025: Skinny MOH late reading block at play 24160 write 0
with distance 7840 late-count 173
Oct 25 16:18:02.025: Skinny MOH late reading block at play 24160 write 0
with distance 7840 late-count 223
A reboot of the router will solve the problem for a while, but it reoccurs. Anyone face this issue before?
The IOS version is c2801-ipvoicek9-mz.124-15.T1.bin
Here are the important sections from the CME config:
dial-peer voice 897898 voip
session protocol sipv2
session target ipv4:192.168.112.111
moh out-call 897898
Like I said, if you dial 897898, you hear the music feed and it's working fine. If you are placed on hold, you hear a 2 second clip of the music endlessly repeating, while the skinny moh error messages pop up on your terminal. any ideas on this would be appreciated.
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