C++ RTP packet capture engine

Looking for a freelance C++ programmer to write an RTP packet capture engine based on the libcap library. The program will be used in the Linux (CentOS/RedHat) environment.

If you are interested in this project please send your CV to rtpjob@[url removed, login to view]; examples of previous experience will be extremely helpful. Appropriate candidates will be contacted to discuss the project and a costed proposal and timelines for the delivery of the program will then be required . This will be for Phase I as described below.

Key Skills : C++ developer, Linux.?

Desirable Skills :Network programming and security background.

No agencies please.

I have provided links to relevant projects and well as examples of similar code.



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C++ examples of RTP capture


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Program Structure


Phase I


Simple and efficient packet capture to file with meta structure to MySQL.

1. Read packets from several network interfaces

2. Select SIP, SCCP sessions, log information to a MySQL. This information will be basic SIP and SCCP signaling information i.e. CallerID, IP Addresses and Payload description.

3. Dump the RTP stream associated with each session in pcap and/or wav format to file for later retrieval.

Habilidades: Programación en C, Ingeniería, Linux, MySQL, PHP, Gestión de proyectos, Arquitectura de software, Verificación de software

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Nº del proyecto: #2820282