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Oracle Communication Session Monitor - SBC as a Probe connection - How to Analyze Connection State and Flow with Tshark from Command Line (Doc ID 2007637.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 07, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Session Monitor - Version 2.x and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This article describes how the connection between OCOM (Oracle Communications Operations Monitor) and the Oracle SBC is actively monitored.

As known (see relevant config guides of your version) the SBC as a Probe is configured on the SBC side under system > system-config > comm-monitor > monitor-collector. There two options, port 4739 for unencrypted and 4740 for encrypted. This guide will use the port 4739 as a sampe, but it can be used for option with port 4740.


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In this Document
 1. Connection not established but ready on OCOM side
 2. Connection getting established
 3. Connection is established and tarffic is sent
 4. Connection established but no SIP traffic within
 5. Proper close of the connection
 6. Close of the connection on keepalive loss

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