thanks for the info. so if the moh server with the fixed audio source stopped and phones used the 2nd moh server in their media list, they would no longer hear the fixed source unless it was running in the 2nd server also
You can only have one fixed audio source because it is hard coded as stream #51. As long as everything is working, you can make it available to any phones you wish as long as you put it in the right MRGL.
So you are bound by that server it is connected to being up. Ideally for a fixed audio source a standalone server works best.
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