Anonymize output

 

When anonymizing only the SIP and RTP packets are modified but for the output following choice can be made :

 

 ●  The Output : All packets results in all original packets in the output Wireshark file but with SIP and RTP anonymized.

○  All packets other than SIP or RTP are written to the output result.

○  This selection can still contain customer specific details in the packets other than SIP or RTP.

○  Inside the SIP packets all original IP addresses, domain names and user names are anonymized.

○  The RTP packets that contain the voice are rewritten with a simple tone but RTP delay, jitter, packet drop are left unchanged.

 ●  The Output : SIP + RTP results in only SIP and RTP anonymized packets in the output Wireshark file.

○  All packets other than SIP or RTP are not written to the output result.

○  This selection is enabled by default.

○  Inside the SIP packets all original IP addresses, domain names and user names are anonymized.

○  The RTP packets that contain the voice are rewritten with a simple tone but RTP delay, jitter, packet drop are left unchanged.

 ●  The Output : SIP only results in only anonymized SIP packets in the output Wireshark file (no RTP packets).

○  All packets other than SIP are not written to the output result.

○  Inside the SIP packets all original IP addresses, domain names and user names are anonymized.

 

An anonymizing example:

The output logging information looks as follows :

 

And the resulting Wireshark is :

 

The first two lines are syslog packets generated by the VoIPAnalyzer Tool containing some additional information :

 

Some anonymize examples are given in section Anonymize Selection

 

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