[VoiceOps] Monitoring tools

Max Mühlbronner mm at 42com.com
Wed Jun 25 03:15:15 EDT 2014


did you check out "homer"? It's a great tool, you can also insert .pcap 
files on demand to display and analyze sip traces. (If live capture is 
too cpu / ram intensive)

Although it's only useful for signaling, not for media/RTP like 
voipmonitor. But it is free... :)



Max M.

On 06/25/2014 01:00 AM, Jay Ashworth wrote:
> The Telephony plugin to Wireshark is pretty neat, but moreso for diagnosis
> than monitoring.
> Is there -- this would probably be a PCAP client app -- something that just
> monitors a port for SIP/STP flows, and shows a call progress thermometer,
> with a flow number, destination or source DN, direction, and some color
> coding to show you that the call is proceeding as expected or is anomalous?
> Basically, something that launches a small state machine for each new flow
> it seems, and displays the status of the state machine as a row in a table?
> Clearly, this would get out of hand for hundreds or thousands of calls, but
> dozens is a pretty big market...
> Cheers,
> -- jra

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