On the phone when I select the Music on Hold Samples from the services menu, I am presented with 3 menu items and 2 softkeys, all as expected.
When I select menu 1 Thank You for Holding, the mute and speaker buttons light up and the streaming icon appears at the bottom of the page, but there is no audio.
When I select menu 2 Big Band, I get the same thing.
When I select menu 3 Doh, I get a Host Not found error on screen.
The first two files are known good moh source files. The 3rd file is a known good ringer file.
I've been reviewing the IP Phones Services SDK Notes, and the section that covers URI's doesn't list very much information.
I suspect that since i'm not really running a streaming application per say (cisco ip voice media streaming app is running) that I may need to run something on my server to actually stream the file. Is there a way to grab the stream from the MOH server?
But the ringer file should play correctly in the 3rd selection, accourding to the Dev Notes, the Play URI plays a specified file thats on the tftp server. This part is only to test connectivity to the server, but I can't get it to work.
So does any one know the MOH Server's Port number??? Then you could point to that server and port and get the MOH Server's Stream. I would still like to run additional streams on a server that is NOT a callmanager. If any one has any suggestions that would be great!
You can program MoH Multicast in the CallManager to increment based upon either port number or IP address. I like to use the IP address setup, then each stream uses a separate IP address and the same port number 16384. Use this port number in your programs and you should be able to listen to the stream.
Better yet, use a E&M card in a router and a telephone analog adapter, create a multicast stream in the router and program your service to listen to this multicast stream. This is what I'll be trying to do.
I am having the same problem with the Play:f provided in the documentation. I get the host not found. I know that my tftp server is fuctioning and the ip phone shows the tftp address in the network settings.
I have tried adding different paths instead of simply Play:Sax1.raw, but without any luck.
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