Shell M4 Perl JavaScript Makefile
Latest commit 43e6203 Feb 20, 2017 @kvishnivetsky kvishnivetsky committed on GitHub FIX: use commit count for revision
User commit count for revision if no annotated revision tag found.

README.md

Logo

100% Open-Source VoIP Capture, Troubleshooting & Monitoring

H5 HEP HEP HEP HEP HEP HEP HEP HEP

What is HOMER?

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

Powered at the core by SIPCAPTURE Module for industry-standard Kamailio or OpenSIPS, HOMER provides virtually unlimited scope for granular capture configuration either stand-alone or using our companion Capture Agent Project.

HOMER 5 User-Interface is developed using standard Angular JS, easily extensible and with all functionality moved to specialized and customizable widgets feeding and displaying correlated data from internal and external data sources such as InfluxDB and Elasticsearch.

HOMER allows integrators and users to define granular custom logic and generate statistic from its capture dialplan interacting with other Kamailio modules to extend its functionality including fully programmable threshold triggering and alarming, providing plenty of space for tailored configurations and logic customizations.

HOMER is already used by large voice networks, voip service providers and traffic carriers worldwide, has been implemented as a service in 3rd party voice platforms and is suitable for production. Contact the team for your basic and advanced needs or leverage the experience of our great community by joining our mailing-list.


Installation & Configuration

Please follow our Wiki and learn how to setup and use HOMER, configure capture agents (Kamailio, OpenSIPS, Asterisk, FreeSwitch, sipgrep, sngrep), ship custom logs, custom statistics, create encrypted HEP tunnels and much more.

Need Support?

For professional support, remote installations, customizations or commercial requests please contact: support@sipcapture.org

For community support, updates, user discussion and experience exchange please join our users Mailing-List

Join the chat at https://gitter.im/sipcapture/homer

HOMER Components

Capture Server

Responsible for Collecting, Indexing and Storing received HEP, IPIP and Raw packets from HEP Agents, the HOMER Capture Server is based on our SIPCapture module for Kamailio or OpenSIPS featuring optimized database schemas with advanced options and complex and extensible capture plans with multiple table support and triggers able to interact with any module on the platform and unlimited scope. Includes a powerful and modern Web User-Interface and secure REST API

Capture Agents

Capture Agents are responsible for feeding HOMER SIP signaling, Logs, RTP/RTCP Reports, Custom Statistics and much more using the HEP (Homer Encapsulation Protocol) protocol. Our WIKI provides several useful examples to get started.

The following projects are HEP-ready:

HOMER's Captagent is now also available on Github

Developers

Contributors and Contributions to our project are always welcome! If you intend to participate and help us improve HOMER by sending patches, we kindly ask you to sign a standard CLA (Contributor License Agreement) which enables us to distribute your code alongside the project without restrictions present or future. It doesn’t require you to assign to us any copyright you have, the ownership of which remains in full with you. Developers can coordinate with the existing team via the homer-dev mailing list. If you'd like to join our internal team and volounteer to help with the project's many needs, feel free to contact us anytime!

License & Copyright

H5

Homer components are released under the GNU Affero General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

(C) 2008-2016 SIPCAPTURE & QXIP BV


If you use HOMER in production, please consider supporting the project with a Donation

Donate