[VoiceOps] Automated call completion testing?

Scott Berkman scott at sberkman.net
Wed Jun 9 16:55:24 EDT 2010

I'd probably start with SIPsak (http://sipsak.org/) but it would be a tool
in a script you wrote probably, not the end all be all.  I'm not sure I've
seen an open source solution that matches these requirements.  In the paid
world look at Spirent's Abacus.


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On Behalf Of Graham Freeman
Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 2010 4:28 PM
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Subject: [VoiceOps] Automated call completion testing?

Hi, folks,

I'm on the hunt for an automated call completion testing solution.


Must test call completion, not just whether the SIP gateway IP is reachable
and has low ping/jitter.

Must be able to notify defined points of contact (ideally via email) upon
reaching a set failure threshold

Must be able to test legacy phone numbers (e.g. +14154622991)

Must be able to test via configurable routes

Should be open-source

Should be compatible with Asterisk

Should be something I can integrate with one or more of the following:
Zenoss, Nagios, AskoziaPBX, pfSense

Should be able to test both SIP URIs (e.g.
sip:firstname.lastname at cernio.com) and legacy phone numbers (e.g.

Any suggestions?


Graham Freeman
Cernio Technology Cooperative
graham.freeman at cernio.com

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