● Only 64-bit Operating systems are supported.
● Supported Windows OS versions :
○ Windows 10
○ Windows 8.1
○ Windows Server 2019
○ Windows Server 2016
○ Windows Server 2012 R2
○ VoIPAnalyzer tool will run under Windows 7 however Microsoft support did terminate.
○ VoIPAnalyzer tool will run under Windows 2008 R2 however Microsoft support did terminate.
● Supported Linux OS distributions :
○ Debian 10
○ Ubuntu 20.04
○ openSUSE Leap 15.2
○ openSUSE Tumbleweed 20201030
○ SuSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 15 SP1
○ Red Hat 8.2
○ CentOS 8.2
● Supported macOS versions :
○ Big Sur 11.0
● 4GB memory, 8GB recommended
● Sufficient free space on Hard Disk
○ When an merge is done of different Wireshark files of e.g. in total x MB (/GB),
then the tool will write a merged Wireshark file of x MB (/GB), so the already available amount of data is +- doubled.
○ When an audit is done of a Wireshark of x MB(/GB), then the tool will generate +- the same amount of data in HTML format
(unless some filtering is activated during the merge), so the amount of data is also here +- doubled.
○ When an anonymize is done of a Wireshark file then the tool will write a merged Wireshark file of x MB(/GB),
so the already available amount of data is +- doubled.
● Solid State Drive (SSD) will perform in general better than a classic harddisk (HD)
● After an audit with a Wireshark of 10.000 SIP Call-IDs, the VoIPAnalyzer Tool will generate 10.000 HTML pages (when no filtering is activated).
In case you have an encrypted harddisk, the disk will start to encrypt all 10.000 HTML pages, which can take a little time.
In general, you don't have much negative impact on this, since disk encryption is active in the background.
● Use Wireshark capture files up to maximal 1 GB