[asterisk-users] pcapsipdump or general sip debug question - the solution

Yves yves030 at gmx.de
Tue Jan 17 07:20:12 CST 2017


i know about this feature and use it a lot...
my question was, how to get pcapsipdebug to generate only one file...

BUT... meanwhile I found out how to accomplish this easy task.

1.) open first pcap file in wireshark
2.) open second pcap file in wireshark using the menu "file -> merge"
3.) go to "telephony -> sip flows"
4.) select the two "legs" of the call
5.) klick button "flow sequence" et voilà... one ladder diagram exactly 
the way I needed it

thanks anyways,

Am 17.01.2017 um 12:34 schrieb Jean Aunis:
> Hello,
> There is a built-in tool in Wireshark for this : menu Telephony => 
> Voip Calls, the select your call and click on "Flow Sequence".
> Best regards
> Jean Aunis
> Le 17/01/2017 à 12:27, Yves a écrit :
>> Hi,
>> I am using pcapsipdump for debugging sip calls.
>> when I have to debug a call, pcapsipdump generates two files per 
>> call... one for the sip dialog between the client (softphone) and the 
>> server (asterisk) and one
>> for the sip dialog between the server (asterisk) and the sip 
>> registrar... is there a way to get this into one file ? the objective 
>> is to see both sides of the call in
>> a single ladder diagram or just to have more comfort in analyzing the 
>> full flow within wireshark.
>> If this is not possible, is there a free tool for sip (together with 
>> rtp) debugging that is able to catch the full sip flow between both 
>> ends of one call in a single file
>> (per call) with pcap compatibility (including the rtp packets)?
>> thank you
>> yves

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