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How to playback Cisco phone conversation using Windows

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I had some amigos at previous company use a program VOMIT to capture and then playback captured RTP packets.  At this company we're all Windows.  I have captured RTP packets using Wireshark as I'm analyzing a delay problem.  I want to play these back.  How can I do this?  Thank you!
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Having G.711 packets only, you would be able to rebuild the stream. Go to the Telephony menu > RTP > Stream Analsyis > choose the stream from the window that opens > Save payload > click on .au and then save to disk. WMP should open it after complaining about the file extension.
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Yes G.711 it is.  That is awesome!
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