Package description for 'sipsak'

a small tool for developers and administrators of SIP applications

 sipsak is a small comand line tool for developers and administrators
 of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) applications. It can be used for
 some simple tests on SIP applications and devices.


    * sends OPTIONS request
    * sends text files (which should contain SIP requests)
    * traceroute (see section 11 in RFC3261)
    * user location test
    * flooding test
    * random character trashed test
    * interpret and react on response
    * authentication with qop supported (MD5 and SHA1)
    * short notation supported for receiving (not for sending)
    * unlimited string replacements in files and requests
    * add any header to the requests
    * can simulate calls in usrloc mode
    * uses symmetric signaling and thus should work behind NAT
    * can upload any given contact to a registrar
    * send messages to any SIP destination
    * Nagios compliant return codes
    * search for strings in reply with regluar expression
    * use multiple processes to create more server load
    * read SIP message from STDIN (e.g. from a pipe '|')
    * supports DNS SRV through c-ares or libruli
    * supports UDP and TCP transport

Various other information for package 'sipsak'   (Repository 'fake')


Author: Nils Ohlmeier <>
Maintainer: fake <>

License: GPL
Status: Stable
Version: 0.9.6

Download: sipsak-0.9.6-1.tar.gz

Buildtime: 3778 (5) seconds (on reference hardware)
Buildtime: 3686 (9) seconds (on reference hardware)
Package Size: 0.10 MB, 8 files

Dependencies: 00-dirtree bash2 binutils bzip2 coreutils cvm diffutils findutils
Dependencies: gawk gcc42 gcc42:dev glibc26 glibc26:dev gnutls gnutls:dev grep
Dependencies: libgcrypt libgpg-error linux26-headers:dev ltrace make mktemp
Dependencies: net-tools openssl openssl:dev sed sysfiles tar twoftpd ucspi-unix
Dependencies: util-linux xmame zlib

ROCK Sources:  sipsak.cachesipsak.desc