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Beside Wireshark, is there any program that can open .pcap or .txt file and is able to draw a call flow diagram? I found SIPWorkbench, but it seems that displays only SIP traffic while I need to see also RTP and DIAMETER (from my .pcap and .txt trace). Thanks for any good advice. :-)

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Thomas.

asked 27 Apr '11, 03:41

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Not sure if you strictly look for open source tools or if you can afford to buy one, but I'd take a look at Clearsight. Maybe it is what you're looking for, but I have to admit I haven't played with Clearsight for a few years now, so my knowledge about its current features is quite limited.

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answered 27 Apr '11, 03:53

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Tried with, but no luck.

(27 Apr '11, 05:08) wired

You can try VisualEther. With VisualEther you can generate call flows/signaling flows from any PCAP file.

http://www.eventhelix.com/VisualEther/

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