[Freeswitch-users] Recommended tools for creating/extending a sip test suite?

Stephen Crosby stevecrozz at gmail.com
Tue Apr 14 22:39:31 PDT 2009

It seems to me like the freeswitch platform itself would be a good place to
start. I haven't thoroughly thought this out, but maybe you could write a
test library using mod_<language-of-your-choice> designed to do human-like
things such as issuing dtmf tones, pausing, speaking, etc.

You could even run test scripts using the event socket (api commands) and
test the results by subscribing to related events. I'd love to hear about
what you come up with.


On Tue, Apr 14, 2009 at 8:59 PM, Mike Fedyk <mfedyk at mikefedyk.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm looking for suggestions on which open source tools to use for creating
> (or extending if there is already a project for this) a sip test suite.
> I have already heard of sipp, but I want to know what others are using and
> how they go about this before starting from scratch myself.
> Some things I'd like to do:
>  - Dialplan/ voice menu/provider/did testing: Call number, press 1, expect
> to receive call on another extension.  (kinda like expect)
>  - Load testing
> Basically I want to be able to automate how a human may interact with my
> installation to reproduce bugs and make sure they don't come back.  That way
> I can make sure my changes (wherever they may be in my stack, dialplan,
> freeswitch, openser/kamailio/opensips, etc.).
> Any pointers and/or tips will be much appreciated.
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