[SIPForum-discussion] Python library for using SIP?

Anurag Singh abcanurag at gmail.com
Tue May 13 14:01:03 UTC 2008

Hello Den,
Are you talking about python scripts SFTF(SIp forum Test framwork) where you
could write python script in order to genrate SIP messages and manipulate
according to your need.
Yes I have little knowledge in that, I ll be hppy if i could do any hellp


On 5/13/08, Dan York <dyork at voxeo.com> wrote:
> Victor,
> On May 13, 2008, at 4:10 AM, Victor Pascual Ávila wrote:
> > Hi Dan
> >
> > On Tue, May 6, 2008 at 4:39 PM, Dan York <dyork at voxeo.com> wrote:
> >> Has anyone worked with a python library for SIP?
> >
> > I'm not sure it is what you need. But take a look to SEMS [1].
> Thanks for the suggestion. Reading the README file, I'm not sure it's
> what I'm looking for either, but I'll take a look through and see if
> there might be some libraries I can use.  I'll admit that I wasn't
> aware of SEMS before, but it looks like quite an interesting project.
> As far as a python library, all I was looking for was a library that
> would allow me to easily create SIP messages from a python app.  I'm
> doing some experiments with Google's AppEngine which is currently
> python-based and I was interested to see about building a SIP testing
> app which sent SIP messages over to a CCXML app that I have running
> elsewhere.  The app would really be a web page (running on Google's
> AppEngine) which would then send SIP messages to a specified IP address.
> There are existing tools out there like sipp and sipsak that already
> do much of what I need, but are also more complex that I need. So I
> thought I'd just create a simple test app, really more as a way to: a)
> learn more about App Engine; b) refresh my python programming skills
> that have grown rusty; and c) have a simple way to test other apps I
> am developing in CCXML that interact with SIP headers (i.e. I could
> use this SIP test app to send in custom headers that would be read by
> the CCXML program).  However, in searching around I couldn't seem to
> find any python libraries that would just let me send various kinds of
> SIP messages.   Sure, I could write the libraries myself or just
> kludge a way to send the SIP messages I want (the beauty of a text-
> based protocol) but I was just curious to see what's out there.
> In the meantime, I figured out a completely different way to do what I
> wanted to do by creating a separate CCXML application that sends the
> custom SIP headers to the other CCXML application that reads the
> custom SIP headers.  Good news is I've learned a lot more about
> CCXML... however I didn't (yet) get to play with python or AppEngine.
> Thanks,
> Dan
> --
> With regards:
> Anurag Singh
> abcanurag at gmail.com
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