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Corvil VoIP Performance

Corvil’s VoIP App for Splunk delivers operational reporting and troubleshooting of VoIP Performance based on Corvil’s ability to discover, decode, and publish VoIP analysis from packet data.

The Corvil VoIP provides visualizations and analysis of call volumes, failed calls, signaling errors and poor quality calls. This analysis is driven from the Corvil platform which provides real-time discovery, decoding, analysis and publishing from the packet data on the network into Splunk for analysis by the Corvil VoIP App. A dashboard in Splunk reports VoIP call volume trends, failed calls, signaling errors and all poor quality calls. This dashboard is based on Corvil’s support for a breadth of protocols including H.323 (and proprietary variants), SIP, RTP, RTCP and SCCP.

Corvil passively taps into the packet data flowing in the network which contains a highly granular and accurate record of the VoIP activity.

Release Notes

Version 1.1.1
Nov. 2, 2016

Version 1.1.1 contains the following changes:
- Fix for the "Corvil Call Record": the ladder was using the eventName instead of the Message Type.
- Changes in the behavior for the situation when SIP Headers are not present - previously they were always expected to be present, so an error would be raised. Currently the ladder is still drawn, but the tool tip displays a message which informs that the headers are missing.


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