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SVMAP(1) User Commands SVMAP(1)

NAME - scanner that searches for SIP devices on a given network

SYNOPSIS [options] host1 host2 hostrange


Scans for SIP devices on a given network

examples: 1.1.2-20.* 4.1.*.* -s session1 --randomize --resume session1 -v -p5060-5062 -m INVITE


show program's version number and exit
show this help message and exit
Increase verbosity
Quiet mode
Destination port or port ranges of the SIP device - eg -p5060,5061,8000-8100
Source port for our packets
IP Address to use as the external ip. Specify this if you have multiple interfaces or if you are behind NAT
By default we bind to all interfaces. This option overrides that and binds to the specified ip address
This option allows you to trottle the speed at which packets are sent. Change this if you're losing packets. For example try 0.5.
Send the author an exception traceback. Currently sends the command line parameters and the traceback
Automatically get the current IP address. This is useful when you are not getting any responses back due to SIPVicious not resolving your local IP.
save the session. Has the benefit of allowing you to resume a previous scan and allows you to export scans
resume a previous scan
enable compact mode. Makes packets smaller but possibly less compatible
Scan random IP addresses
Scan IPs which were found in a previous scan. Pass the session name as the argument
Scan IPs from a text file - use the same syntax as command line but with new lines instead of commas. Pass the file name as the argument
Specify the request method - by default this is OPTIONS.
Print SIP messages received
Only send the first given number of messages (i.e. usually used to scan only X IPs)
Specify an extension - by default this is not set
Randomize scanning instead of scanning consecutive ip addresses
Scan the SRV records for SIP on the destination domain name.The targets have to be domain names -
Specify a name for the from header in requests
-6, --ipv6
Scan an IPv6 address
SIPvicious SIP scanner searches for SIP devices on a given network.

Copyright (C) 2021 Sandro Gauci <>

This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
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The full documentation for can be found on GitHub at <>.

June 2020 v0.3.3