Thank you for letting me know they exist,
Sorry, that's a misunderstanding. They do exist but not in the format you want. As I wrote, the .pcaps which come along with sipp contain DTMF in RFC2833 (telephone-event) format, while you want audio-encoded ones. Given the rest of what you wrote, you'll have to create your own pcap files or modify the payload of some existing ones.



P.


Dne 11.8.2017 v 17:17 Remsik,Robert napsal(a):

Hello! Thank you for responding. I'm referencing the ability to generate an RTP stream from wav file (as I already have DTMF tones in wav files).


If the pcap files for DTMF tones aready exist that would solve the issue. Thank you for letting me know they exist, I was under the impression I had to download/generated them on my own. :)


Alright I'll wait until 3.4 is ready for my distribution as my sys admins would prefer I avoid compiling progress where possible.


Thank you again!

Robert,




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*From:* sindelka <sinde...@ttc.cz>
*Sent:* Friday, August 11, 2017 12:02:09 AM
*To:* sipp-users@lists.sourceforge.net
*Subject:* Re: [Sipp-users] Sipp3.4 Release - Where to download?

Hello Robert,


I cannot see anything 3.4 - specific about DTMF tone support in the 3.4 manual.


What comes along also with the older versions of sipp is a set of pcap files, each containing one DTMF digit in the form of ten packets in RFC2833 format, which you can replay using pcapplay in your scenario. If you need the DTMF in audio form in PCMA or PCMU for your test case, that's a different story, here 3.4 gives you a possibility to generate an RTP stream from a wav file in addition to the previously available possibility to replay a pcap.


In such case, you'll need to use an audio editor (such as Audacity which includes a DTMF generation function and supports both PCMA and PCMU encoding) or your own script to create the audio file (mono, 8 kHz, PCMA or PCMU encoding depending on your test case) with the required DTMF digits or the whole sequence. Now you have two options - to roll out sipp 3.4 in your environment, or to convert the audio into a pcap file using a script, or to rewrite the payload in an existing pcap file using another (simpler) script. The pcap file format is simple so it is not a big deal.


As for the rpm - packaging for different distributions is normally done by that distributions' administrators. So if sipp 3.4 is not available as rpm for your distribution, you can either compile it yourself from sources or ask your distribution administrator for handling that. In general, doing it yourself requires more of your time and effort but you get the result faster.


Pavel


Dne 10.8.2017 v 23:56 Remsik,Robert napsal(a):

Hello!


I'm trying to play a DTMF tone via sipp and it looks like it's supported in version 3.4, but I can't seem to download that version via yum. Is 3.4 avaliable via RPM or how do people get it?


Alternatively, is there a way to turn DTMF tones (wav) into pcaps for playing in a scenrio file?


Thank you in advance,

Robert




Robert Remsik

ACNS

Desk Phone: 970 491 7120

robert.rem...@colostate.edu



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