IWL's SIP Test Suite
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a signalling standard used to
initiate, maintain, modify and terminate real time multimedia
communication sessions over the internet.
VoIP, Video and IPTV product developers must validate correct SIP
implementations for confident product deployment. Prevent
embarrassing crashes and other failures -- verify your product can
withstand the rigors of real world network conditions with Maxwell
Pro's SIP tests.
- Test SIP for RFC 3261, 3262, 3263, 3264, 3265 & 3266 compliance
- Find and fix bugs in your SIP implementation
- Intelligently impair all aspects of SIP protocol
Use your own traffic sources
The SIP Test Suite
permits the use of client-supplied traffic streams or our packaged
traffic source for maximum testing flexibility. Use our pre-packaged
SIP protocol impairments and/or add your own customizations.
Uncover hidden flaws and problems
Modify, distort, and corrupt the SIP packets in the
protocol exchange, and even change the protocol exchange itself, to
see how the SIP device behaves. All SIP devices and applications can
be tested (e.g. soft phones, proxy servers, IM clients)
Test SIP Implementations with Maxwell Pro
Maxwell Pro includes vulnerability and
robustness tests to validate products and applications have correctly
Find and fix bugs in your SIP stack to prevent attacks from
hackers exploiting vulnerabilities in your product's security and
protocols. Ensure your product can withstand common network
conditions including congestion, delay, jitter, drops, and more.
Maxwell Pro's SIP tests let you verify that your VoIP, Video, and
IPTV products demonstrate robustness and resiliency in the face of
unusual and/or illegal conditions.
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