Profile

Join date: May 18, 2022

About
0 Like Received
0 Comment Received
0 Best Answer




 

Sip Viewer


Download


 





- It can view and analyze SIP calls using the SIP Logs stored in MySQL Database. - It can output the call flows as simple ASCII ladders in the command prompt (or using an eclipse plugin). - It supports different SIP adapters (ex: Asterisk, FreeSwitch, Juniper MCollective etc.) - The application output the information in call flows (referred to as Call Flows in this article) so you can easily trace the call flows by breaking the big log file in a series of files. - The application can view and analyze multiple SIP logs in one call flow. - It can also display multiple call flows in one window. - The application supports non-blocking operation so it can run without crashing (also it can handle multiple log files). - The application can export call flows to log files in multiple formats including: CSV, TXT, HTML, XML, and JAVA - The application can import log files from CSV, TXT, HTML, XML, and JAVA - It can also extract the call flows from the log files to JAVA Classes for more easy and quick analysis. - The application can change the default SIP Log file name, to help you view the SIP logs in the folder you want. - The application is a command line application (also supported by an eclipse plugin), it does not need to be installed or run as a service. Installation: - Download the Zip file. - Extract the Sip Viewer Crack Mac files from the Zip file and run Sip Viewer Product Key application. - If you use Eclipse IDE, you must create an Eclipse project and add the Sip Viewer files to the project. - If you want to generate the Call Flows in the console, you need to extract the Call Flows to a new directory. - After the installation, you can start the application by double-clicking on SipViewer.exe or SipViewer.bat. Sip Viewer Features: - To output the call flows, the application requires a Database. - To output the call flows, the database is read and processed line by line, each line is then output as a "Call Flow". - To output the call flows, the default Database is MySQL. - To view the call flows, the database is read and processed line by line, each call flow (line) is then output as a "Call




Sip Viewer [March-2022] Keys in Sip Viewer are used to print to the command prompt / eclipse plugin using an accompanying plugin. KEYM# and KEY# (and KEY* for that matter) are the keys used to print to the command prompt. KEYMACRO Usage: Macro -> insert a string or stringList (possibly empty) SetMacro(m1, m2) -> set the macro m1 with the value of m2 UnsetMacro(m) -> unset the macro m SetKey(m, k) -> set the key m with the key k GetKey(m) -> get the key m (not the value of the key m) SipViewer (optional parameters) -> start the sip viewer Although not really needed in the same way as KEYM# or KEY#, this macro can be used to print out messages that are too long to fit in the command prompt. SipViewer (options) -> the optional parameters MODE : Mode in which the SIP logs should be analyzed (only "answer" or "answer_extended") I : Interpretation of SIP logs (auto-detect, yes, no) O : Output file (to write the outputted logs to) C : Colorizing the outputted ladders KEYMACRO Options: KEYMACRO Deprecated Options (under development) KEYMACRO Deprecated Options (under development) Supported SIP Logs formats: Answer (only) : A SIP phone is sending answer messages to another SIP phone. These messages are stored in the following format: ::::::::::: - 1 3 6 3 1 b y 1 3 6 3 1 . - 1 W h a t i s 2 2 5 1 2 d i v i d e d b y - 1 1 ? - 2 2 5 Sip Viewer is a small, simple application specially designed to help you view and analyze SIP logs. Sip Viewer aims to output the extracted call flows as simple ASCII ladders directly in the command prompt (or using an eclipse plugin). Sip Viewer can read the recorded SIP traffic stored in the files created by Asterisk, where the SIP history is recorded and stored. Sip Viewer can also work to create a topology which resembles the original telephony network, so the calls can be viewed in a meaningful way. When you are on the recorded call, you can move left or right and see how calls flow in the actual network. You can also re-run the recorded sessions, so you can see how the flow may have changed after a change was made in the PBX (such as a change in the SIP REGISTER message). Sip Viewer Requirements: Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10 (64-bit) Sip Viewer License: This software is free. If you find the software useful, please consider donating a small amount (say $25) to keep the project going. Sip Viewer Source Code: Sip Viewer has source code which you can modify and extend for your own needs. If you find any problem, please email me with a patch. Sip Viewer Project Server: Project server hosted on bitbucket.org. At you can see the latest source code (for master branch). If you want to contribute, feel free to contribute. How to install Sip Viewer on Windows: 1. Download Sip Viewer from the link above (currently on master branch) 2. Extract the contents of the download zip archive 3. Go to the directory created by the unpacking process. 4. Run sip_viewer.py Sip Viewer will start to download and extract the recorded sessions and topology data. Please be patient. 5. After the extraction process is finished, you can close the Sip Viewer console. 6. Now Sip Viewer will create the topology and SIP log files (if there is any). If there is no SIP log file, Sip Viewer will try to create one. If you don't have any SIP log file, please check the following options: 1. Start Asterisk in verbose mode. 2. Run sip_viewer.py with verbose option (at the console). 3. Make sure the saved SIP messages are in the correct log file (see above). Sip Viewer Crack SipViewer's main purpose is to read and output (via a text/ASCII file) the SIP log (called sip.log) contained in the directory created at runtime and then display it (1) in a number of easy to read tables and (2) using dialplan rules for easier routing. The displayed information is useful to determine the nature of a connection, the calls that have failed, the lost calls, etc. Features: - View SIP traffic logs from various networks and clients. - Extract call flows from SIP logs. - Display SIP traffic logs in a number of easy to read tables. - Display SIP traffic logs and extract call flows using dialplan rules. - Displays the connection history. - Displays SIP call history table in detailed format. - Detect the NAT type and its rule. - Displays rules in detail. - Displays the network topology. - Read SIP logs using ASN, FROM, RTP, RTCP and MIME messages. - View or print the SIP calls that have failed. - Read the SIP call histories, even when the file was last modified. - Can be compiled and run in command prompt and Eclipse. You are currently viewing the SipViewer user manual. Use your mouse to navigate through the SipViewer web site or use the following navigation links. - [Home] > [User Manual] > [User Manual] > [SipViewer]. Note: You must have the Eclipse Java Development Tools (JDK) installed on your computer before you can run the Eclipse plug-in. Configuration SipViewer is configured at run-time. The configuration file is sipviewer.ini and its location is the same as the sipviewer.exe. The sipviewer.ini is a standard text file and has the following format: ; if this is a new configuration, a default configuration is first created. ; the file's name is sipviewer.default ; this file has read and write access for the current user. ; a read and write access for the administrator group is also available. %h = directory where sipviewer.exe resides %a = read access for the current user. %g = read and write access for the administrator group [default] ; save d408ce498b Keys in Sip Viewer are used to print to the command prompt / eclipse plugin using an accompanying plugin. KEYM# and KEY# (and KEY* for that matter) are the keys used to print to the command prompt. KEYMACRO Usage: Macro -> insert a string or stringList (possibly empty) SetMacro(m1, m2) -> set the macro m1 with the value of m2 UnsetMacro(m) -> unset the macro m SetKey(m, k) -> set the key m with the key k GetKey(m) -> get the key m (not the value of the key m) SipViewer (optional parameters) -> start the sip viewer Although not really needed in the same way as KEYM# or KEY#, this macro can be used to print out messages that are too long to fit in the command prompt. SipViewer (options) -> the optional parameters MODE : Mode in which the SIP logs should be analyzed (only "answer" or "answer_extended") I : Interpretation of SIP logs (auto-detect, yes, no) O : Output file (to write the outputted logs to) C : Colorizing the outputted ladders KEYMACRO Options: KEYMACRO Deprecated Options (under development) KEYMACRO Deprecated Options (under development) Supported SIP Logs formats: Answer (only) : A SIP phone is sending answer messages to another SIP phone. These messages are stored in the following format: ::::::::::: - 1 3 6 3 1 b y 1 3 6 3 1 . - 1 W h a t i s 2 2 5 1 2 d i v i d e d b y - 1 1 ? - 2 2 5 What's New In? System Requirements: Minimum: OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 (64-bit) Processor: Intel Core i3 or AMD equivalent Memory: 4 GB RAM Graphics: DirectX 11 compatible graphics card with a Power of Atleast 1 GB RAM DirectX: Version 11 HDD: 24 GB available space Additional Notes: RAM is required for the 3D scenes. You can lower the texture quality to reduce the RAM usage. Hard drive space is required to load the 3D Scenes

 

Sip Viewer Crack [32|64bit] [2022]

More actions