we're using moh from router flash with multicast configuration in ccm. so router pretend to give moh give same multicast ip address. but when i put a PSTN call on hold and type sh ccm-manager music-on-hold, i find the followings:
As you are already aware, when configuring the base ip address, the base ip address will be incremented by CallManager.
However, you may have multiple audio-sources, are these in fact three multicast audio-sources?
Although the audio file may be number three, you need to ensure that within the MMoH Server in CCM you do have three sources listed.
The reason being, is that there maybe actuall only two multicast audio-sources listed for example, wav number 1 and wav number 3.
In this situation the audio-source will be number two, therefore the first base ip address for wav 3 would actually be 188.8.131.52 G711 u-law. Remember the base address in CCM is still 184.108.40.206 you only increment the address on the multicast moh command.
Also verify that the device pool which the MGCP endpoint is associated with has the appropriate MRGL with the MMoH. I assume that you have specified the MRG for Multicast, and enabled MoH on the server?
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