thanks for the hint, once i read already about it, but forgot it
meanwhile. Is it easy to implement on avaya side? website states mostly
to use packet sniffering, which i don't like because of impact to avaya
server (and in fact we don't have root rights, and it is virtual
infrastructure, which is not performing as i desire anyway). I would
prefer to have voipmonitor receiving information via rtcp - will that work?
Am 09.02.2016 um 17:13 schrieb Richard Browne, Jr:
> We are using VoIP Monitor (www.voipmonitor.org
and have had good success in tracking
> calls and using it as a troubleshooting tool. I am not sure if it has
> all the features you are looking for, but we have used it to help with
> our network and when working on issues with Avaya and our carriers.
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