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How to Configure the SBC as a Probe for Oracle Communications Session Monitor (Palladion), using the comm-monitor Feature (Doc ID 1679579.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 14, 2018

Applies to:

Acme Packet Legacy Platform Software - Version D-Cz2.0.0 and later
Acme Packet 6300 - Version S-Cz7.1.2 and later
Oracle Communications Session Monitor - Version 3.3.90 to 4.0 [Release 3.0 to 4.0]
Acme Packet 1100 - Version E-Cz7.3.0 to E-Cz8.1.0 [Release E-Cz7.0 to E-Cz8.0]
Acme Packet 4500 - Version S-Cx6.4.x and later
Acme Packet OS

Goal

 This document outlines the procedure for enabling the SBC to work as a probe for Oracle Communications Session Monitor (Palladion), using the "comm-monitor" configuration.  It then continues with in-depth notes on monitoring Voice Quality, QoS, and enabling encryption between the components.

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 Basic setup
 Notes regarding Voice Quality
 Interim QOS (10 seconds chunks) reports
 Set up encrypted communication between SBC and Palladion ME
 APPENDIX: How to sign your own certificates
 Q&As
 Does SBC as a probe work if the SIP packets are encrypted with TLS?

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