Asterisk + libss7 ISUP traces as pcap

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* cli> ss7 dump start output_file.pcap both

And when u are done, stop the trace using the below command

* cli> ss7 dump stop

Now u can open the file in wireshark

Hope this helps.

Usman Malik

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On 30 Mar 2015 19:28, "Muhammad Danish Moosa" <danishmoosa at> wrote:

> Hi Guys,
> Please guide me how to extract ISUP traces in format understood by
> wireshark.
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