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MOH question

Is it possible for MOH to be played only for off-net calls instead of both off-net and on-net?

-Shikamaru

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Cisco Employee

Re: MOH question

restrict the access to internal users not to be able to reach the MOH server, only leave the MOH server available to the GWs.

HTH

javalenc

if this helps, please rate

HTH

java

if this helps, please rate

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Re: MOH question

Well you would still need to reference a MRGL in your device pool for conferencing, Xcode, MTP ect if you want to utilize those resources. you may just need to create a MRGL that excludes your MOH servers and add those to the gateway MRGLs only.

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Cisco Employee

Re: MOH question

restrict the access to internal users not to be able to reach the MOH server, only leave the MOH server available to the GWs.

HTH

javalenc

if this helps, please rate

HTH

java

if this helps, please rate

www.cisco.com/go/pdi

Re: MOH question

Essentially would this be the same as taking the MOH server out of the MRGL for the phones?

New Member

Re: MOH question

javalenc,

It sound like your suggesting that the gateway be placed in a device pool that has access to the MRGL that references the MOH server. The divice pool that the phones are a part of would not reference one at all, correct?

-Shikamaru

Re: MOH question

Well you would still need to reference a MRGL in your device pool for conferencing, Xcode, MTP ect if you want to utilize those resources. you may just need to create a MRGL that excludes your MOH servers and add those to the gateway MRGLs only.

New Member

Re: MOH question

Ahh, I see. Yeah, that makes sense.

-Shikamaru

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