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sipsak is a command line tool for performing various tests on Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) applications and devices. It can make several different tests, send the contents of a file, and interpret and react on the responses. It supports (de-) registration with given contact URIs and digest authentication.

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Recent releases

  •  29 Jan 2006 04:37

    Release Notes: A new option allows to add any header to the outgoing requests. The variable replacement option now accepts any number of attribute value pairs. Besides MD5 now SHA1 is support as digest authentication algorithm. The password for authentication can be read from stdin to prevent password disclosure in the process list. Fixed problems when executed as user root and compiles fine again under cygwin.

    •  20 Nov 2005 22:37

      Release Notes: This release supports TCP as a transport protocol. From this version on, c-ares is the preferred library for DNS SRV lookups (in favor of rulil), because this library should be portable to a lot more operating systems. This release compiles and runs on CygWin again. Bugs in nanosleep, variable replacement, and MD5 detection were fixed.

      •  22 Sep 2005 17:14

        Release Notes: There are two new options for setting the From header and the maximum INVITE timeout value. This release supports GNUTLS in addition to OpenSSL. It contains several fixes: compilation on Solaris, building of ACKs, issues with port and username from request URI and outbound proxy, mis-interpretation of ICMP errors, incorrect destination port from SRV entries, and case-sensitivity.

        •  29 Jul 2005 23:55

          Release Notes: This release has RFC-compliant retransmission timers for INVITE requests. Compiling problems on BSD and Mac OS X have been fixed, and obsolete options have been removed from the configure script.

          •  11 Jul 2005 01:17

            Release Notes: As a side effect of rewriting some parts of the code, several changes are notable for the users. A new option allows you to force symmetric signaling when used in non-root mode. The z option takes a percentage argument. The Via header contains RFC3261-compliant branches, and INVITE replies will automatically responded with an ACK. The outbound proxy will be used even after redirection.


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