sngrep is a tool for displaying SIP calls message flows from terminal 1.4.5

sngrep is a terminal tool that groups SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) Messages by Call-Id, and displays them in arrow flows similar to the used in SIP RFCs. The aim of this tool is to make easier the process of learnig or debugging SIP. Features: * Capture SIP packets from devices or read from PCAP file * Supports UDP, TCP and TLS (partially) transports * Allows filtering using BPF (Berkeley Packet Filter) * Save captured packets to PCAP file

Tags sip telephony trace terminal pcap
License GNU GPLv3
State stable

Recent Releases

1.4.507 May 2018 12:59 minor feature: * save: avoid crashing when multiple source inputs are used * call list: fix buffer overflow in display filter with wide terminals * capture: added new setting capture.tlsserver to only process TLS packets to tha address * capture: fixed compatibility with OpenSSL = 1.1.0 * capture: only read stdin when input file is '-'