Seagull-1.5.0 released

Seagull is a multi-protocol traffic generator. Especially targeted towards IMS, Seagull supports Diameter (RFC3588 and all applications) over TCP/SCTP and IPv4/IPv6 , TCAP (over SS7 or Sigtran), XCAP over HTTP and Radius.

Seagull-1.5.0 has been released. Here are the changes since 1.4.1:
NEW: Support of authentication (MD5/Digest and AKA) for text protocols like http, xcap and SIP
NEW: Reconnection in case a LAN failure (option of transport channel)
NEW: configuration parameters for text protocols (see http://gull.sourceforge.net/doc/core.html#config_param\)
NEW: Add two features for Traffic control : pause and resume (http://gull.sourceforge.net/doc/core.html#control_remote)
NEW: Added stop, pause and resume to remote control Perl example
TLV: New protocol family: TLV (Type, Length, Value) - no public execution environment available for this family
OCTCAP: Fix error-tag functions
OCTCAP: Fix u-abort-cause to be set in octcap lib
DIAMETER: Fix for start-length that was not working properly under certain circumstances
FIX: TLS open could fail under certain circumstances
FIX: Log a message if the message is not fully sent in case of TCP segmentation
FIX: Seagull could core dump on check-value action
FIX: Removed ntl library during compilation

See: https://sourceforge.net/projects/gull

Posted by Olivier Jacques 2007-03-12