Listen to a VOIP call with Wireshark

 Wireshark is a free software protocol analyzer , or ” packet sniffer “, used in troubleshooting and analysis of computer networks, protocol development , education and reverse engineering , but also the piracy.
Voice over IP or “VoIP” for Voice over IP is a technology that allows to communicate by voice over IP-enabled network , whether private networks or the Internet , wired (cable / DSL / optical ) or not ( satellite , wifi, GSM). This technology is used in particular to support IP telephony service ( ” VoIP ” for Telephony over Internet Protocol) .
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==using Wireshark==
We assume you already own the capture file of your conversation VOIP .
Once you have your capture file , a pcap file , open it with Wireshark .78
File -> open -> sip.pcap
We can see that we captured SIP traffic , but for this section , we are more interested in the RTP traffic because it contains the actual conversation data.

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Wireshark is a pretty cool feature to decode the data captured VoIP calls playable audio format You can find this function under :
Telephony -> VOIP Calls
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Click Select All then on Player.
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You’ll see this player open, and you can listen to the VOIP conversation by clicking Decode then by selecting the source,
check before Frompuis by clicking Play.87 

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