sipomatic [-u] <sip-url> [-f] <annouce-file> [-s] <send-port>
Sipomatic is primilarly a test tool for linphone. It waits for incoming sip calls, and answer to them by playing a wav sound file on disk. The sended stream is encoded using the preferred codec of the calling sip-phone.
The default address of sipomatic is <sip:firstname.lastname@example.org:5064> It can be overriden with the -u option.
The default annouce file 'hello.wav' can be overriden with the -f option.
If you attempt to run several sipomatic on the same machine, then you will require the -s option to specify explicitely the UDP port used by sipomatic to send its SIP messages.
- -u <url>
Set the sip url sipomatic listens to. The host part of address MUST always be a numerical ip address. The default url is sip:email@example.com:5064 .
- -f <annouce-file>
Specifies a 8000Hz 16 bits wav file to be played to the calling users. Default is usually /usr/share/sounds/linphone/hello.wav.
- -s <send-port>
Specifies explicitely the udp port number to be used to send SIP messages.
--version Output version information and exits.
--help Output help information and exits.
This is the file that sipomatic plays by default to the calling phones. The format of this file is a 8000 Hz 16 bit wav file.
Specifies the address sipomatic listens to. By default it is <sip:firstname.lastname@example.org:5064> .
Simon MORLAT <email@example.com>
linphone(1), linphonec(1), linphonecsh(1).