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Genesys SIP Endpoint Simulator Deployment Guide

The Genesys SIP Endpoint Simulator is a combination tool designed for testing in any SIP Server environment, including any SIP application and any Genesys T-Server. It provides the following major functionality:

  • Simulated SIP endpoint. The tool supports both SIP signaling and RTP streams. The outgoing RTP stream is generated according to the configuration and can be analyzed on the receiving end.
  • Configurable SIP behavior. The tool can be configured to control both the SIP message flow and content of particular messages (custom SIP scripts and custom SIP headers).
  • Automatic verification of voice path. The Tone Label Detector (TLDR) functionality can be used to verify that the RTP audio stream works properly. Twenty six "tone labels" from A to Z (or with custom names assigned to them) can be generated at any simulated endpoint (or simulated VoIP service) and detected at the receiving endpoint, including any combination of tones as a result of conferences.
  • Genesys T-Library GUI client. The tool provides convenient visualization, even for most complex call scenarios with multiple consultation calls, conferences, and so on. The most used third-party call control (3pcc) is also included via context-sensitive menus (although to make the interface more user-friendly, only a limited number of T-Library requests are supported).
  • Integration with QAART. This is done with a telnet-based interface and includes the ability to control first-party call control functionality from a QAART (Genesys automated testing tool) script, to query a call and TLDR status, and to receive full SIP history.

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Using SIP Endpoint Simulator

This page was last edited on December 10, 2014, at 18:29.
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