A common solution is to serve MOH from the local routers across the WAN.
2 reasons for this.
1. You conserve WAN bandwidth.
2. G.729 is a codec built for characteristics of human speech. Music is awful at G.729.
You basically configure a music on hold multicast source on CCM. Then under SRST mode on a local router configure a moh source to be served up from flash using the same multicast address and port as configured on CCM.
Since you don't have multicast traffic across the WAN as a default, Remote phones will be tricked into getting moh from the local router.
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