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Adrian Georgescu, 01/10/2009 01:14 pm

= Testing =

Included with the library, a set of command line tools are available for
setting up audio, instant messaging (IM) and file transfer sessions, publish
and subscribe to presence or other type of events.

You need a SIP account from a service provider or to setup your own SIP infrastructure using the following elements:

A SIP account with all SIP SIMPLE client features can be obtained for free from http://sip2sip.info


The command line tools require the presence of a configuration file ~/.sipclient/config.ini that contains at least one SIP account. Each SIP account definition contains the credentials and other settings.

For a full description of the configuration file and its settings is available in the [wiki:SipConfiguration Configuration] chapter.

Command line tools:

  • [wiki:sip_register sip_register] - REGISTER a SIP end-point with a SIP Registrar
  • [wiki:sip_rtp_audio_session sip_audio_session] - Setup a voice audio session (Voice over IP)
  • [wiki:sip_msrp_im_session sip_im_session] - Setup IM session and File transfer using MSRP protocol
  • [wiki:sip_message sip_message] - Send/receive text in page mode using SIP MESSAGE method
  • [wiki:sip_publish_presence sip_publish_presence] - PUBLISH presence to a SIP Presence Agent
  • [wiki:sip_subscribe_presence sip_subscribe_presence] - SUBSCRIBE to presence information
  • [wiki:sip_subscribe_winfo sip_subscribe_winfo] - SUBSCRIBE to watcher list on a SIP Presence Agent
  • [wiki:sip_subscribe_rls sip_subscribe_rls] - SUBSCRIBE to lists managed by Resource List Server
  • [wiki:xcapclient xcapclient] - PUT/GET/DELETE full or partial documents on an XCAP server
  • [wiki:xcap_pres_rules xcap_pres_rules] - Manage content of pres-rules XCAP document
  • [wiki:xcap_rls_services] - Manage content of RLS services XCAP document