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- converts an IP phone conversation into a wave filee
utility converts a G.711 conversation into a wave file that can be
played with ordinary sound players. G.711 is used by Cisco IP Phones
and Microsoft Netmeeting. The conversation can either be played
directly from the network or from a
The options are as follows:
Displays a short help for the command line options
- -d dev
Specifies the network device from which packets should be read.
- -p wavfile
Specified a wavfile that can be inserted into an ongoing phone
conversation on the network.
The wavfile must have a sample rate of 8 Khz and 16 bit samples.
- -r file
Instead of reading packets from the network, the packets are
read from a
filter that determines which packets contain a phone
utility is meant as a network debugging tool, and should
be used only in accordance to your local laws. The playback
is initiated by hitting return. Instead of just hitting
return, it is possible to type the packets that should
be skipped and the delay in milli seconds between playback
packets. The values have to be comma separated.
to simplify asynchronous event handling. You can find the
source code for that library at
vomit -r phone.dump | waveplay -S 8000 -B 16 -C 1
Plays back the phone conversation that has been captured in the dump file
Fa phone.dump .
works only for protocols that use G.711.
The public version does not support directly reading from the network
or rewriting packet streams.
This program contains wave file interpreting code from waveplay by
Y.Sonoda, ulaw conversion code from Sun Microsystems and some
pcap code from Dug Song.
utility has been developed by Niels Provos.
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