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Hi all, is it at all possible with tshark to scan a pcap file, and like the -z rtp,streams flag, find the RTP streams, and then output the jitter and delta values for each packet?

I basically want the same CSV that in wireshark you can get from telephony -> rtp -> Analysis -> save as CSV, but from tshark, I'll be using tshark in a script to produce RRD graphs for VOIP monitoring purposes.

asked 14 Nov '12, 14:15

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Hi all, is it at all possible with tshark ....

Currently that functionality is not implemented in tshark.

Maybe the following tool can help you. It's written in Perl and will read pcap files.

https://trac.uninett.no/qstream

Regards
Kurt

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answered 14 Nov '12, 14:48

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Thanks Kurt, I'll investigate qstream!

(14 Nov '12, 15:28) StrangeAttra...
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