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BCM and IP music

BCM and IP music

BCM and IP music


We have a 3rd party contractor that services our BCM's.  They are trying to set up the IP Music feature on the BCM to play a streaming audio file when callers are on hold.  My question is this:  

In order set this up you need to tell the BCM what IP address and what RTP port the audio is streaming from on the destination machine.  Since RTP uses such a wide range of ports this is impossible to find out unless we are supposed to be using another program that actually streams audio from a KNOWN RTP port.  I was just wondering if anyone in this forum has happened upon any information about this feature....Nortel  has been little or no help on this matter.

Thanks in advance!


RE: BCM and IP music

try port 2216 (default)


RE: BCM and IP music

Thanks for the suggestion,

I actually used DB PowerAMp to convert the mp3 to a low quality WAV that should work just fine for what we want to do.  It seems like the streaming abiliy is a little complex to set up.



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