SIPCMBEAT collects plain-text SIP (RFC3261) traffic from the net and generates comprehensible aggregated SIP events that describe calls and registrations. The events comply to Elastic Common Schema (ECS), include custom SIP-specific extensions and can be used by applications building upon the popular Elastic Search database. There they can be further used for CDR post-processing and reconciliation, troubleshooting and most importantly security analytics.
SIPCMBEAT is based on Elastic's beat. Its focus is collection of data for security analysis. Its built-in SIP-layer stack aggregates SIP messages into comprehensible events suitable for security analytics. The aggregated nature of the events assures that volume attacks and SIP registration storms do not get amplified by monitoring facilities. Further features include built-in web server, changes of transport-layer stack to fit its use by SIP protocol, and throttling of recurrent patterns.
Source: find the source at https://github.com/intuitivelabs/sipcmbeat/
RPM packages repository:
yum -y install yum-utils
yum-config-manager --add-repo https://repo.intuitivelabs.com/rpm/sipcmbeat-prod.repo
yum install sipcmbeat
SIPCMBEAT comes under source-available software licence agreement that permits non-commercial use of the software such as for trialing, experimenting, auditing, research, testing, evaluation and educational purposes. For any other purposes contact firstname.lastname@example.org.