Dne 21.6.2012 9:52, Ishfaq Malik napsal(a):
On Wed, 2012-06-20 at 20:04 +0200, Stefan at WPF wrote:Hello, 1) I am wondering what is the best practice to monitor if there are or were problems with SIP calls on my Asterisk box. E.g. how about a software that extracts all calls from the /var/log/asterisk/full (I have permanently enabled verbose 10 and sip debug) log and tells me on which of them were problems? Checking the logs manually is very hard, but as SIP is a standardized protocoll, there should be tools doing that for you? As an example, a person calling me recently got a 488 Not acceptable error as reply from my Asterisk box. Nothing came through to my SIP phone, so I didn't know anything about the call or the problems (which were on his phone btw). I would like to be informed about such cases, know that there was a call to my Asterisk box that made problems. 2) How about monitoring speech quality? E.g. sometimes it seems like a packet is missing (I then have a short pause during the call), how to monitor such things and create statistics out of this data? So basically I want to monitor my Asterisk installation proactively for reliability/problems and (speech) quality.
check asterisk testsuite https://wiki.asterisk.org/wiki/display/AST/Asterisk+Test+Suite+Documentationthereis scenarios for console sip client pjsua(from pjproject) which can perform speech quality measurement
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