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Thu Oct 12 06:24:53 EDT 2017
Installed homer in 1 hour. Very good staff for task, just need to
syncronize with kamailio by time. Sometimes it more help to troubleshoot
On Oct 12, 2017 13:21, "Daniel-Constantin Mierla" <miconda at gmail.com> wrote:
> I usually use tcpdump (can be also sipgrep, ngrep or tshark) to save sip
> traffic in pcap files on local hdd. If you search on the web, you should
> find some wrapper scripts that you can run in background for such purpose.
> These tools (or the wrapper scripts) have the option to split the pcaps per
> size (say new pcap every 50MB or traffic) or per time interval (one pcap
> file for each 2 hours), making it convenient to delete old files and avoid
> filling the hdd.
> Then later I can investigate pcaps as I need with sngrep or wireshark.
> Homer sipcapture is a nice tool, too, but sometimes is a bit too much to
> install it for a small deployment or in the development/deployment/testing
> phase of a new system.
> On 12.10.17 01:50, Matt Schwinn wrote:
> Is there any way to view sngrep for times that it is not running? I think
> this is an awesome tool, but I have to keep it running if I want to be able
> to see a log. Thank you!
> Enjoy the day!
> Matt Schwinn
> TCG Technologies LLC
> Company B
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