[VoiceOps] SIP ladder diagram builder
miconda at gmail.com
Sun Feb 26 13:18:02 EST 2017
On 25/02/2017 23:14, Alex Balashov wrote:
> Is there a nice SIP ladder diagram building utility these days into which one can feed a packet capture and get a ladder diagram out?
> I see the decaying skeletons of several such ventures online, but what's the new news?
> sngrep is fantastic for live troubleshooting, but unfortunately its rendering is not export-orientated and doesn't lend itself to automaton.
> Either image or ASCII output is fine. Just needs to be automatic and exportable.
there was an application called sip-scenario written in perl, which
generated browsable static html files from a pcap file, all in a folder
that could be easily archived and sent over to others.
It is referenced from:
It is pointing to iptel.org, which seems to be down (I should ask the
guys behind it why). It was not written by iptel.org guys, they just
hosted a copy.
I should still have a copy somewhere myself as well, but, iirc, it
throws some errors with the last Perl. I used quite extensively at some
point, before sngrep. It created the diagram in an html page, allowing
to click on the arrows to view the text sip message in another frame
(a-la sipcapture). It was on my plan to try to fix it few years ago, but
no much time and lack of proper Perl knowledge kept me away, then sngrep
popped up, etc.
Should anyone be interested, maybe I should dig for it and push to a
github repo where people can grab/fix/contribute/fork.
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