I have a remote site that does not have a local CCM. Is it possible to install a third-party product on their local server to multicast MoH to the phones there? I know it can be done from the router, if the flash is available. But they would like to be able to change their MoH selection, and I don't want to give them access to the CCM at all. Nor do I trust them with access to the router.
I beleive it's technically possible. It's just multicasting a file (which I would have to use CCM to have converted from a WAV) on a particular multicast address. I just want to know if anyone has done it.
Have you looked at using the SRST MoH feature at the remote site (SRST v3)?
SRST v3 has SRST MoH which basically multicasts a file from the router/gateway flash to same multicast address, port IP phones expect to see MMoH on. If someone or cisco were to come up with a app to do same on a PC/server then it would have same effect as SRST MoH.
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