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Reference : Voice & Video Flow Visualizer columns
Voice & Video Flow Visualizer columns
In addition to many of the columns available in the Voice & Video views, (see Voice & Video view columns), the following table describes columns also available in the Voice & Video Flow Visualizer.
Column
Description
Packet
Packet number. For RTP/RTCP rows, this is the first packet in that row.
Message
There is one set of messages per signaling flow. If a call has multiple signaling flows (i.e. H.225/Q.931, and H.245), there will be multiple sets of messages. Each new message in the signaling flow increments the message index.
 
You can use the Message index and the Flow Index together to get an understanding of the sequence of events on multiple signaling channels for a single call.
Time
Packet time.
Relative Time
Time relative to the first row in the Voice & Video Flow Visualizer.
Finish
Time of last packet in the RTP/RTCP row.
Duration
Finish - Time
Bounce Diagram
The “visual” part of Voice & Video Flow Visualizer.
DSCP
Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) is meant to categorize the packet into a specific class which can then be used to manage and classify network traffic. This provides Quality of Service (QoS) to modern IP networks.
Response Code
Response code number, such as 100 or 200 for SIP responses Trying or OK.
Response Text
Response message, such as SIP responses Trying or OK.
Sequence
Signaling sequence number
Sequence Method
Signaling sequence method
Media Packets
Number of RTP packets in this RTP/RTCP row.
Control Packets
Number of RTCP packets in this RTP/RTCP row.
RTP/RTCP
Values for last RTP packet in this RTP/RTCP row:
 
Jitter
MOS-LQ
MOS-CQ
MOS-Nom
MOS-AV
MOS-V
R Factor Listening
R Factor Conversational
R Factor G.107
R Factor Nominal
VS-TQ