Thanks for the time and help. I understand your concerns about posting sniffing details. We were hoping to find a solution using existing technology without resorting to crafting our own sniffing and reconstruction software.
The idea is that we are performing training exercise using modeling and simulation. Part of what we are training is how people use their comminication devices throughout the simulation. Each user will have their own computer with a softphone on it as well as different views into the simulation. We wish to be able to simulate their comminication network using voip. This is all done on a LAN. Each soft phone (using sip right now) is connected through Astersik as a proxy. This all works great except for the fact that we also need to be able to monitor in realtime what people are doing and saying so we can control the simulation appropriately. We would also like to replay key pieces of conversations aftwerwords for educational purposes.
We may have 1-3 stations that will need to monitor all calls. There really shoudn’t be too many people talking at the same time so I dont see that as too big of a problem.
I see that asterisk allows a person to barge (ZapBarge) in on a single call. I was curious if anyone knows a way to barge in on multiple calls at the same time.
There are also several existing programs that allow the recording of calls. I am having trouble finding ones that allow you to listen or switch between mutiple calls in real time.
Also, if you know of any software that allows one to connect to and listen to multiple conference calls or regular calls at the same time that would be great. I was trying to do this with a multi-line phone and didn’t have much success. You could only listen to one call as a time. This seems like a silly limitation.
Thanks for any help.