would want to copy all files on this list [an attached text document] to another location (doesn’t really matter where for now).
This scenario can be overridden by passing the 3PCC stands for 3rd Party Call Control. While this feature was first developed to allow 3PCC like scenarios, it can also be used for every case where you would need one SIPp to talk to several remotes.
SIPp can be used to test many real SIP equipements like SIP proxies, B2BUAs, SIP media servers, SIP/x gateways, and SIP PBXes.
It is also very useful to emulate thousands of user agents calling your SIP system. Here is a screenshot And here is a video (Windows Media Player 9 codec or above required) of SIPp in action: sipp-01SIPp is released under the GNU GPL license. It was originally created and provided to the SIP community by Hewlett-Packard engineers in hope it can be useful, but HP does not provide any support nor warranty concerning SIPp.
We’ll call the batch file xcopylist.bat; its one line of content is below.
Change c:\temp\ to whatever path you want the files copied to.This mechanism is implemented in the scenarios through the In other words, send Cmd and recv Cmd can be seen as synchronization points between two SIPp instances, with the ability to pass parameters between each other.