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SIPp with SIP-I (ISUP) support

SIPp with SIP-I support works on Linux.

Download sipp source code (tar.gz) from https://github.com/SIPp/sipp/releases
You can use wget to download
# wget https://github.com/SIPp/sipp/archive/v3.6.0.tar.gz

Unpack the files
# tar -zxvf v3.6.0.tar.gz

Change directory to sipp folder
#  cd sipp-3.6.0

You have four options to compile SIPp:

a) Without TLS (Transport Layer Security), SCTP or PCAP support

b) With TLS support
./configure --with-openssl

c) With PCAP play support:
./configure --with-pcap

d) With SCTP support:
./configure --with-sctp

e) You can also combine these various options, e.g.:
./configure --with-sctp --with-pcap --with-openssl

After that give make command
# make

See more details on https://sipp.readthedocs.io/en/v3.6.0/installation.html#installing-sipp

Errors and Solutions normally encountered

Error:  /bin/sh: gcc: command not found
Solution: # sudo yum install gcc

 Error: /bin/sh: g++: command not found
Solution: # sudo yum groupinstall 'Development Tools'

 Error: sipp.hpp:52:20: fatal error: curses.h: No such file or directory
Solution: # sudo yum install ncurses-devel ncurses

 Error: auth.c:32:10: fatal error: openssl/md5.h: No such file or directory
Solution: # sudo yum install openssl
                # sudo yum install openssl-devel

 Error: send_packets.c:44:10: fatal error: pcap.h: No such file or directory
Solution: # sudo yum install libpcap
                # sudo yum install libpcap-devel

configure: error: SCTP library missing
Solution: # sudo yum install lksctp*

finaly you will witness make completion.
make[1]: Leaving directory `/root/sipp-3.6.0'

SIPp is ready. Lets Test it.

 # ./sipp -v

Sample UAS Script

Sample UAC Script

How to extract ISUP data from wireshark pcap file and use in a scenario script?

Open SIP-I pcap file in wireshark.


Select sip message in wireshark packet list pane.
Expand message in packet detail pane and look for "ISDN User Part"
Right click on "ISDN User Part", click on Copy --> Bytes --> Hex Stream

You will get something like this

Insert \x at start and after every two digits. Finaly it should look like below:


Use this string in --level3-boundary-- of sip message in scenario






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