A Windows-compatible user agent for SIP (RFC 3261) that operates using command-line commands.
One nifty feature of SipCLI is the ability to play either built-in or user-specified wave files to remote SIP endpoints, though it is worth noting that only G.711 A-Law and Mu-Law codecs are supported for playback. Additionally, you can send text messages using the -m option or specify a text message to be read aloud using the -t option, which utilizes Microsoft's TTS engine to produce audio from the text.
SipCLI also supports ENUM, based on RFC 3761, and can collect up to a user-defined number of digits from dialed endpoints. Finally, the latest version of SipCLI even supports execution of custom scenarios. Overall, SipCLI is a reliable choice for anyone looking for a command line SIP user agent with a range of useful functionalities.
Version 2.9.4: Improved RTP stack and media streaming functions. -c parameter for audio pre-encoding and -z parameter for force SipCLI to wait human input. SipCLI.ini editor is added to Scenario Editor.