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Installing and configuring Homer SIP capture server - debian 64b squeeze - howto

Description: Homer is an Open Source SIP Capture server by Alexandr Dubovikov & Friends, based on OpenSER/Kamailio and supporting HEPv1/v2 (Homer Encapsulation Protocol) & IP proto 4 (IPIP) encapsulation and monitoring/mirroring port capture modes. Homer ships with a flexible and lightweight capture agent for unsupported scenarios and a powerful browser based UI (webHomer).

Web:

http://sipcapture.org/

http://code.google.com/p/homer/

Using tcpdump for SIP diagnostic

TCPdump is a powerful command-line packet analyzer, which may be used for a SIP message sniffing/analyzing. TCPdump is preinstalled on many linux distributions, or may be installed directly from debian repository:

apt-get install tcpdump

TCPdump allows write sniff to a file or display it realtime. Its usage for SIP message analysis may look like:

1) Display real time to a console

tcpdump -nqt -s 0 -A -i eth0 port 5060

 where:

-n do not convert IP address to DNS names

Monitoring tools - list

The page provides summarized view of monitoring tools, which we used.

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Cacti

web: http://www.cacti.net/
Licence: opensource

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How to install ngrep on CentOS 5.5


Ngrep is one of networking tools usefull for VoIP (Voice Over IP) analysis. Unfortunatelly I did not find ngrep package available inside ot the yum repository, so command

yum install ngrep

does not work (SipXecs over CentOS). No problem, just few steps how to install it.

Go to your prefered download directory, for example /home/your_username.

Then localize ngrep rpm package available for download, for example at http://packages.sw.be/ngrep/

Download it using wget



CommView - packet analyzer and network monitor


Author: TamoSoft

OS: MS Win

CommView is an interesting network monitor and analyzer tool usable for LAN administrators, security professionals, network programmers, home users…anyone who wants a full picture of the traffic flowing through a PC or LAN segment.

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