[Freeswitch-users] sip message logging and analysis
dujinfang at gmail.com
Thu Dec 17 17:21:25 PST 2009
I'm using contrib/seven/sip/sip2db.rb
2009/12/18 David Villasmil <david.villasmil.work at gmail.com>:
> i agree with christian, though i would use tshark. you can actually
> get the fields you want (method and callid) and store them in a dB.
> then you need to match them with a query. it is simple but Lots of work.
> look into -e and -E of tshark separate the fields by ","
> have fun!
> El 18/12/2009, a las 01:27, Kristian Kielhofner <kristian.kielhofner at gmail.com
> > escribió:
>> Probably the cleanest (albeit non-FreeSWITCH) way to implement this
>> would be to use OpenSIPS/SER/etc between you and the carrier with the
>> siptrace module.
>> But that's probably more work than you want. There's always tcpdump
>> with a decent filter (udp port 5060 and host x.x.x.x) and then
>> something like http://www.badpenguin.co.uk/files/pcap-util2
>> Both will allow you to search for BYEs and who is sending them.
>> Also keep in mind that they (or you) may just be dropping the RTP
>> without ever sending a BYE. Setting the various RTP timeouts in
>> FreeSWITCH can help with that. You can then look for logs/events (are
>> there any for RTP timeout?) to see who's dropping RTP.
>> On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 7:01 PM, Frank @ Impact
>> <frank at impactfax.com> wrote:
>>> I bit off topic but…
>>> Using FS to send calls sip to the LD carrier.
>>> Some calls have problems where they drop the call or audio drops or
>>> The carrier’s first response is that we dropped the call. But thi
>>> s is a
>>> day later after the trouble has been reported.
>>> I am looking for guidance on how to log all sip message traffic and
>>> then be
>>> able to easily retrieve to find a call and look at what sip
>>> messages really
>>> were being based and by whom. Maybe store them in a database or
>>> some other
>>> file that might be opened by an analysis tool.
>>> Any suggestions on how to log this information and then what tool
>>> to use for
>>> later analysis?
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>> Kristian Kielhofner
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