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Re: [Linphone-users] Testing a servers connection. (This is a dumb quest

From: Christopher Woods
Subject: Re: [Linphone-users] Testing a servers connection. (This is a dumb question.)
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2019 17:12:08 +0000

On Mon, 18 Feb 2019 at 17:04, Russell Treleaven <address@hidden> wrote:
you can get the same information from linphone's debug support though.

On Mon, Feb 18, 2019 at 9:58 AM Michael Tiernan <address@hidden> wrote:
I believe that asking dumb questions can still be useful and it also allows for the occasional surprise when the answer isn't what I thought. To that end....

I am trying to use a Linphone on a "company provided" sip service. I can't get support for any "user provided client" but I /am/ allowed to try configuring it myself. I have the fundamental settings and am not meeting with lots of success. 

So, the question, does anyone know of a test client (web or android) that can query a sip host and report back what settings the server seems to support?

I'm going to try packet sniffing my attempts soon to see what I find but I want to see what parameters can be nailed down easily. 

For capabilities, you're best off watching the debug response of any good client. At work we use StarTrinity ( for testing SIP servers, perhaps not exactly what you're after as it's not a one-app solution but it's very powerful.

Some other possibilities:

I also use Wireshark as it has the ability to show a SIP ladder diagram. For your sanity, avoid using TLS/SRTP unless you also have the private keys.

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