Some of the important applications of PacketScan are:
•Monitors live IPv4 and IPv6 networks,
•Segregates, captures, and collects statistics on VoIP calls (H.323, SIP, MGCP, Megaco, T.38, and many others),
•Monitors QOS on voice and video calls,
•Permits analysis of, and conformance to protocol standards for the system under test or observation,
•Provides graphical presentation of analysis, including ladder diagrams of protocols
And PacketScan can monitor, report, analyze, and capture calls for theoretically infinite time, limited only by the finite space of your hard disk or network hard drive.”
He added, “Users can listen/record audio and video data of a session in real-time; perform power, frequency, spectral, tone and digit analysis, and video analysis with ease and precision; get an exact picture of QoS.”
Mr. Ramalingam further added, “PacketScan can work with PacketScanWEB a central monitoring system for a comprehensive view of network performance. It features rich graphics, ladder diagrams, CDRs, and compatibility with almost every voice CODEC.”
Important Enhancements Introduced to PacketScan Software:
•IPv6 Support - The application is now enhanced to capture and analyze calls over IP version 6 Protocol.
•Extract Fax Image from Fax Call - In addition to providing detail decodes of a FAX call, PacketScan now includes an option to extract Fax images (in TIFF format) from captured fax calls. The analyzer can also be set to trigger on fax calls and store the extracted fax images in a folder automatically during the capture.
•Additional Codec Support - Supports two more codecs GSM-HR and GSM-EFR. Also supports MOS Scores for AMR_WB codec (for all 9 modes).
•Report Mid Call Digits - Mid call outband digits detected on a call are now reported along with SIP signaling events in CSV reports.
•Import Wireshark Traces - Provides an option to Import Wireshark traces (.pcap and .cap) into the Analyzer. Wireshark traces can be converted to .HDL (GL's trace format) file and opened in the analyzer for analysis.