[VoiceOps] SIP Syntax Checker
abalashov at evaristesys.com
Tue Oct 30 07:45:42 EDT 2012
That doesn't do a whole lot, apart from applying a few select validation checks and verifying that OpenSIPS finds the message legible on the whole.
"Max Mühlbronner" <mm at 42com.com> wrote:
>not sure if there is any standalone software, but have not heard of
>anything yet (something like sipp but including validation of SIP
>requests/responses according to rfc3261).
>But you can build something similar with Opensips:
>You would just have to send the calls through opensips, where you
>execute sipmsg_validate() and log every malformed request.
>On 10/30/2012 11:57 AM, Michael Hirschbichler wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> for a little SIP security project, I want to check, if the syntax of
>> incoming (recorded) SIP request is syntax-correct according to
>> Does anybody know a (opensource) application (perl-, python- or
>> whatsoever module) which is capable to do this job?
>> thx and br from vienna
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Sent from my mobile, and thus lacking in the refinement one might expect from a fully-fledged keyboard.
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