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How can we lock down and secure all of our SIP signaling so that it is not readable as plain text? The solution can not deteriorate the VoIP traffic either.
I want to test SIP vulnerabilities using Sipp Message generating tool. i have XML files for generating messages. I have sipp running. But i am not able to execute below command. Run sipp with embedded server (uas) scenario: # ./sipp -sn uas Can i get any help. Thank you Regards Sindhu