HOMER is a robust, carrier-grade, scalable SIP Capture system and Monitoring Application with HEP/HEP2, IP Proto4 (IPIP) encapsulation & port mirroring/monitoring support right out of the box, ready to process & store insane amounts of signaling with instant search, end-to-end analysis and drill-down capabilities for ITSPs, VoIP Providers and Trunk Suppliers using SIP signaling.

Homer can be downloaded & installed from SIP Capture GITHUB Repositories
HOW-TO, FAQ and guides for OpenSIPS,Kamailio,
Freeswitch and

Homer is composed of:



Collects/indexes mirrored SIP traffic to database
Based on sipcapture module for industry standard Kamailio/OpenSER/OpenSIPS comes with powerful fine-tuning and filtering options, flawlessly handling millions of packets per hour


Captures/forwards packets to capture node
Native IP Proto 4 support (ACME Packet, Hauwei) and port mirroring/monitoring
Native capture support in Kamailio/SER & FreeSWITCH, any other supported via
Homer's universal Capture Agent with HEP & Filtering for total flexibility


User interface to Homer capture DB & API
Search, filter and display SIP packets and SIP sessions details,
Visualize end-to-end Call Flows, extract PCAPs, display traffic & statistics,
Multi-user, Access Levels, internal/external authentication (LDAP,Radius)
with a fast, drag & drop, customizable Ajax/jQuery dynamic interface

  • Thousands of packets/sec
  • Multiple database options
  • Powerful UI Search/Filter
  • Native Call-Flow & PCAP
  • Statistic Charts & Analytics
  • REST API & Widgets
  • Multi-User w/ LDAP, Radius
  • Drag & Drop UI
  • Firefox, Chrome & IE support
  • 100% Open Source
  • Daily updates & improvements

WebHOMER 5 ships with a full-featured REST API, enabling applications and scripts developed in any language to interface with Homer SIP capture database and extract the same detail of information available using the user interface in real-time as JSON and XML for post-processing, storage or visualization


Created by: webdelic, Last modification: Sun 27 of Dec, 2015 (12:50 UTC) by celand
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