Can I use wireshark to capture analog lines' voice traffic? And if yes, how?
asked 27 May '12, 12:50
edited 27 May '12, 13:02
Wireshark is a network sniffer. To sniff analog phone lines, you would need a device that "captures" data on those lines and converts it to something wireshark can read. There are several call recording tools available on the market, however I don't know if they can export the captured data in a wireshark readable format (e.g. SIP/RTP). Search google for: analog call recording.
However, you could connect your analog phone to a VoIP adapter and then sniff the Voip traffic.
answered 27 May '12, 13:22
Kurt Knochner ♦
edited 27 May '12, 13:24