Wireshark-dev: Re: [Wireshark-dev] VoIP call -- RTP trace --
From: "Luis EG Ontanon" <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 4 Apr 2008 00:32:20 +0200
To use external applications (quicktime and rtpreplay) to replay rtp
streams shouldn't be that complex.

it needs
- to extract all useful information from sdp, h245, and other media
control protocols
- write an sdp file that mimics the media (very easy for sdp, just
rewrite addresses and ports)
- call a command to have quick-time reading the sdp file
- either  write the rtddump files (the code is there already) and call rtpplay
- or send a burst with  all useful rtp packets from a tap on udp
(display filter) and let quicktime's buffering take care


On Thu, Apr 3, 2008 at 11:57 PM,  <[email protected]> wrote:
> Yes it?s true.
>  The thing is that I am working with codec G729 and I am not able to
>  decode or play the trace ?cause this codec has a patent.
>
>  G729 is a request from the customer....
>
>  I?ve found a code in C++, but I do not know how to compile it in Wireshark.
>
>  Regards,
>  Bruno.
>
>
>  Citando Maria de Fatima Requena <[email protected]>:
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>  >
>  > Can wireshark play files?
>  >
>  > I am working on smth similar, and I need an external tool to generate wav
>  >
>  > -----Mensaje original-----
>  > De: [email protected] en nombre de [email protected]
>  > Enviado el: jue 03/04/2008 17:38
>  > Para: [email protected]
>  > Asunto: [Wireshark-dev] VoIP call -- RTP trace --
>  >
>  >
>  > Hi people,
>  >
>  > my name is Bruno from Portugal and I am working with SIP for PT.
>  > I did a trace with a VoIP call and I am not able to play it in my
>  > wireshark version 1.0.0.
>  >
>  > Can you please help me to play this file, or to save it in *wav?
>  >
>  > Best regards and thank you,
>  > Bruno Nunes.
>  >
>  >
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