[VoiceOps] Homer vs VoIPMonitor
jaybinks at gmail.com
Thu Nov 19 23:03:31 EST 2015
Ive used Voipmonitor for a few years now, it started out OK, but now.. its
parts are open source ( mainly the sniffer / analyser ).
the commercial part is the web UI.
I cant praise it highly enough, and the price is excellent.
Martin is also highly contactable and open to suggestion / bug reports.
I know someone else who uses homer and loves it, but unless im mistaken,
Homer only does SIP.
Voipmonitor does our SIP and RTP.
On 20 November 2015 at 14:28, Brian Murray <bmurray at transbeam.com> wrote:
> Understood. We’ve been using a VAR for Palladion and now Oracle. So we
> never actually have to deal with Oracle.
> I’m going to test VoipMonitor early next year.
> Brian J Murray
> Director, Network Engineering
> On 11/19/15, 10:24 PM, "Geoffrey Mina" <gmina at connectfirst.com> wrote:
> >Mostly around support. It was terrible. We also had a couple lengthy
> outages which crippled our support team.
> >> On Nov 19, 2015, at 8:03 PM, Brian Murray <bmurray at transbeam.com>
> >> Geoffrey,
> >> What issues did you face with Palladion. Curious.
> >> Thanks,
> >> Brian
> >>> On 11/19/15, 9:44 PM, "VoiceOps on behalf of Geoffrey Mina" <
> voiceops-bounces at voiceops.org on behalf of gmina at connectfirst.com> wrote:
> >>> We use VoipMonitor. It's the best that I have used. Definitely better
> in stability and support compared to Palladion.
> >>>> On Nov 19, 2015, at 7:35 PM, Jason Jessico <jjessico at gmail.com>
> >>>> NetScout's nGeniusONE platform has a solid set of VOIP/SIP monitoring
> capabilities that I've gotten significant miles out of. HOMER is something
> I'd like to get up and going just to see it, but haven't had enough free
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