test: Add a manual test to simulate DTMF handling in osmo-sip-connector

Add a manul test to the contrib folder that helped and can help during
the development of osmo-sip-connector or similar software. This avoids
having to create a separate mncc module.

It can be started like:

$ PYTHONPATH=$PWD/../ python manual_test_server.py

Change-Id: I7f62efbc62455e6fcb1f091afb5fa120099834f0
changes/52/2452/1
Holger Hans Peter Freyther 6 years ago
parent 03980b4e31
commit ce184f83f0
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      contrib/manual_test_server.py

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import mncc
import mncc_sock
import ctypes
import socket
GSM340_PLAN_ISDN = 1
GSM340_TYPE_NATIONAL = 2
class MnccMessageBuilder(object):
"""
I help in creating messages...
"""
@staticmethod
def build_hello():
hello = mncc.gsm_mncc_hello()
hello.msg_type = mncc.MNCC_SOCKET_HELLO
hello.version = mncc.MNCC_SOCK_VERSION
hello.mncc_size = ctypes.sizeof(mncc.gsm_mncc)
hello.data_frame_size = ctypes.sizeof(mncc.gsm_data_frame)
hello.called_offset = mncc.gsm_mncc.called.offset
hello.signal_offset = mncc.gsm_mncc.signal.offset
hello.emergency_offset = mncc.gsm_mncc.emergency.offset
hello.lchan_type_offset = mncc.gsm_mncc.lchan_type.offset
return hello
@staticmethod
def build_mncc_number(number):
return mncc.gsm_mncc_number(
type=GSM340_TYPE_NATIONAL,
plan=GSM340_PLAN_ISDN,
number=number)
@staticmethod
def build_setup_ind(calling, called, callref=1):
setup = mncc.gsm_mncc()
setup.msg_type = mncc.MNCC_SETUP_IND
setup.callref = callref
setup.fields = mncc.MNCC_F_CALLED | mncc.MNCC_F_CALLING
setup.called = MnccMessageBuilder.build_mncc_number(called)
setup.calling = MnccMessageBuilder.build_mncc_number(calling)
return setup
@staticmethod
def build_setup_cmpl_ind(callref=1):
setup = mncc.gsm_mncc()
setup.msg_type = mncc.MNCC_SETUP_COMPL_IND
setup.callref = callref
return setup
@staticmethod
def build_rtp_msg(msg_type, callref, addr, port):
return mncc.gsm_mncc_rtp(
msg_type=msg_type, callref=callref,
ip=addr, port=port,
#payload_type=3,
#payload_msg_type=mncc.GSM_TCHF_FRAME)
payload_type=98,
payload_msg_type=mncc.GSM_TCH_FRAME_AMR)
@staticmethod
def build_dtmf_start(callref, data):
return mncc.gsm_mncc(
msg_type=mncc.MNCC_START_DTMF_IND,
callref=callref,
fields=mncc.MNCC_F_KEYPAD,
keypad=ord(data))
@staticmethod
def build_dtmf_stop(callref, data):
return mncc.gsm_mncc(
callref=callref,
msg_type=mncc.MNCC_STOP_DTMF_IND)
def send_dtmf(callref):
global conn
conn.send_msg(MnccMessageBuilder.build_dtmf_start(callref, '1'))
conn.send_msg(MnccMessageBuilder.build_dtmf_stop(callref, '1'))
conn.send_msg(MnccMessageBuilder.build_dtmf_start(callref, '2'))
conn.send_msg(MnccMessageBuilder.build_dtmf_stop(callref, '2'))
server = mncc_sock.MnccSocketServer()
conn = server.accept()
# Say hello and set-up a call
conn.send_msg(MnccMessageBuilder.build_hello())
conn.send_msg(MnccMessageBuilder.build_setup_ind("1234", "5000"))
print("=> Sent hello + setup indication")
# Wait for the RTP crate.. and actknowledge it..
msg = conn.recv()
assert msg.msg_type == mncc.MNCC_RTP_CREATE
print("<= Received request to create a RTP socket")
conn.send_msg(MnccMessageBuilder.build_rtp_msg(mncc.MNCC_RTP_CREATE,
msg.callref,
#socket.INADDR_LOOPBACK, 4000))
socket.INADDR_ANY, 4000))
print("=> Claimed socket was created...")
msg = conn.recv()
assert msg.msg_type == mncc.MNCC_CALL_PROC_REQ
print("<= Received proceeding...")
while True:
msg = conn.recv()
if msg.msg_type == mncc.MNCC_ALERT_REQ:
print("=> I should alert...")
continue
if msg.msg_type == mncc.MNCC_RTP_CONNECT:
conn.send_msg(MnccMessageBuilder.build_rtp_msg(mncc.MNCC_RTP_CONNECT,
msg.callref,
socket.INADDR_LOOPBACK, 4000))
print("=> I needed to connect RTP...")
continue
if msg.msg_type == mncc.MNCC_SETUP_RSP:
print("=> Call is connected?")
conn.send_msg(MnccMessageBuilder.build_setup_cmpl_ind(msg.callref))
send_dtmf(msg.callref)
continue
print(msg)
print(msg.msg_type)
print(type(msg))
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