We are performing a pcap on our Firewall. We are capturing all traffic between two different Cidr's.
We see all of the sip information. We see full bi-directional traffic. We then see 2 RTP packets for each call then nothing else in the capture. The packets are not dropping, We know RTP is indeed making it because there is no problem with the audio on the other side.
Why is it not capturing all RTP? In wireshark if you do telephony -> voip calls all the ladders are right. we have everything we would expect from SIP/SDP and then we have 2 rtp packets and no other RTP. this is the same on a Transmit, Recieve, Firewall capture. If you do a rtp->view streams you only see 2 packets per stream and there are hundreds of successful calls.
Does a PA only sample rtp on the plane that a pcap is performed at and fast tracks it? can someone explain this behavior?
did you disable hardware offloading? once a session is offloaded, you can no longer capture it (as captures happen in the dataplane, which is bypassed with offloading)
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