[VoiceOps] Real-time single stream RTP monitoring

Erik Flournoy erik at eespro.com
Mon Dec 17 15:20:03 EST 2012


Erik Flournoy

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On Mon, Dec 17, 2012 at 9:41 AM, Ross Kusler <rkusler at intermedia.net> wrote:

> Hey all,****
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>                 I am wondering if anyone knows about a simple UAC-like
> tool that can establish a single concurrent long-running call to another
> SIP endpoint and *monitor* the incoming RTP.  If, in real-time, it
> detects a significant drop in RTP (or other audio degradation), it could
> run a command line tool.  I’m not looking for software that captures lots
> of calls or does advanced analytics.. I’m really just hoping for something
> that alerts us to an issue in real-time while a call is still active.  Does
> anyone know of anything like this?  Or will I have to roll it myself?****
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> I appreciate any suggestions that you can offer! =)****
> ** **
> Ross Kusler****
> VoIP Systems Engineer****
> Intermedia****
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