SIP Inspector is a tool to simulate different SIP messages and scenarios. You can create your own SIP signaling scenarios, customize SIP messages, and monitor incoming and outgoing messages. The tool can play RTP streams from a pcap file.
|Tags||SIP voip telecommunication signaling Telephony ispector|
|Operating Systems||Linux Windows MacOS X Solaris|
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Release Notes: Scenario now supports multiple dialogs. A command was added for setting the remote target. IP address and port scanning functionality was added, which can be used to discover SIP capable devices. GUI components now use MiG layout. Bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The possibility to automatically increment or decrement injected values was implemented. This can be useful, for example, when you want to register numbers in a range.
Release Notes: This release includes multi-part SDP bodies, a new "Tools" menu item, and an SDP body calculator/editor. The Remote RTP dialog has been enhanced. It can be used to unconditionally send RTP to a given RTP address:port. "Group RTP Packets" can be used on slower/older machines to fix choppy audio. The '«' sign has been added to mark the end of the line. This release has begun to use the MIG layout, which will hopefully be completed soon. A continuous RTP flag has been added. If enabled, it will play the same RTP pcap file over and over.
Release Notes: Call-specific variables were lost if multiple concurrent calls were created. If the Total Calls field was set to 0, the software does not allow an infinite number of calls. Outgoing calls with a custom value and not a generic [call_number] for Call-ID did not recognize responses. Problem in the RTP thread (maximum number of descriptors reached) have been fixed.