[Freeswitch-users] Q931 decoding
helmut.kuper at ewetel.de
Wed Jan 21 07:01:52 PST 2009
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It's a standalone program to profe concept. So I think I will get it
working this week as standalone.
Next week I plan to start to integrate the code into openzap/ozmod_isdn.c
Biggest problem currently (in my head) is the file handling of the pcap
file. Currently I have only one file which is opened at startup time and
closed during shutdown. In between there is no checking for a certain
file size to make a file cycle decision or stopping and closing the
file. I guess it is better to have a FS console command to start stop
the trace on demand instead of having a config parameter which enables
the tracing during FS lifetime.
Further problem is that I have no way to test the code on a windows
machine. So I have no idea whether it compiles on windows or not.
Thanks for your support so far.
Am 21.01.2009 14:53, schrieb Anthony Minessale:
> Do you have it integrated into openzap or just standalone?
> We can give you commit access to openzap if you want to maintain the patch
> in tree if you'd like.
> On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 5:58 AM, Helmut Kuper <helmut.kuper at ewetel.de>wrote:
> just an update about my progress in this.
> Currently I have working C code which creates a pcap file containing all
> needed protocoll headers in front of the Q931 dump. I use libpcap to
> create the pcap file. The protocol addresses of each protocol header
> structure are dynamically set by the code to reflect direction, sequence
> and timeline of each Q931 packet in whireshark. Wireshark can read and
> decode the current packets generated by my C code correctly.
> Am 19.01.2009 19:46, schrieb Michael Collins:
>>>> Until Helmut gets his script, etc. all set the only choice you have is
>>>> to capture the debug output on the command line.
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