An SIP proxy is a key component of a SIP-based network. It is responsible for handling the setting up, negotiating resources for, tearing down and maintaining SIP sessions, and can also act as a registrar or a redirect server.
- 2 560 000 emulated endpoints
- 4250 calls per second
- 18 000 registrations per second
- Response latency characterization for registration and call setup
- Supported codecs: AMR, ILBC, G.711, G.729, G.721, G.726, G.723, G.722, G.728, EVRC, EVRC-B, GSM-EFR, GSM-FR, GSM-HR, H.263, H.264, DTMF, etc.
- SIP message definition (valid, invalid and proprietary) using a GUI or text-based editor
- Call flow creation (valid, invalid and proprietary)
- Protocol state machine manipulation using a ladder diagram
- SRTP, IPSec and TLS
- IKEv1, IKEv2
- Extensive media analysis: path verification, theft of service, mean opinion score, R-factor, jitter, delay loss, etc.
- Complete test lifecycle coverage: feature, negative, load, regression, interoperability and scalability testing
- Security testing capabilities such as protection against theft of service, SIP flood/DoS and rogue media
- Response latency measurement of the SIP proxy under various network load conditions and different mix of traffic
- Message flood impact measurement such as DoS floods on the response latency of the SIP proxy