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RTCP collector?

RTCP collector?

RTCP collector?

(OP)
Back in the dark ages (2016 ish) we had the "Voip Monitoring Manager" which would collect RTCP packets. That was discontinued according to Avaya support site.
https://support.avaya.com/products/P0353/voice-ove...
Now we have SLAMON on SAL, but that does not collect RTCP packets.
Anyone know what to use these days as the server side of the "RTCP MONITOR SERVER" in system-parameters ip-options ?

RE: RTCP collector?

Integrated Research - Prognosis is an option.

Take Care

Matt
I have always wished that my computer would be as easy to use as my telephone.
My wish has come true. I no longer know how to use my telephone.

RE: RTCP collector?

A RTCP catcher!

Lookup Homer - it's a free-as-in-beer call stat machine.

Still, you need a lot going on to catch RTCP from an IP, then correlate that across call signaling to know which call had media on that IP/Port to know how to derive MOS scores for your calls. That's what the whole voice monitoring game is about. Technically you can write your own little program in C++ that'll listen on the port and write to a DB. That doesn't mean you can do anything with it!

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