gprs: fix has_valid_nsvc(): permit local udp port 0

NSVC local port 0 is actually a valid value, which tells the PCU to
pick a random port for bind()ing.  It was supported before 315af2f9e,
but now osmo-bsc would simply ignore NSVCs with 'local udp port 0'
and leave the respective MOs unconfigured in the BTS.

Change-Id: I0afd83e77f3daeeb082e7db911610428b5bc587c
Fixes: 315af2f9e "bts: ipa/osmo-bts/sysmobts: MO: add support for the second NSVC"
Related: OS#5979
Vadim Yanitskiy 2023-03-31 21:12:14 +07:00 committed by laforge
parent a9b4849e49
commit eb1de89024
1 changed files with 7 additions and 2 deletions

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@ -90,12 +90,17 @@ static void st_op_disabled_notinstalled(struct osmo_fsm_inst *fi, uint32_t event
static bool has_valid_nsvc(struct gsm_gprs_nsvc *nsvc)
static bool has_valid_nsvc(const struct gsm_gprs_nsvc *nsvc)
/* remote address must be valid */
if (osmo_sockaddr_is_any(&nsvc->remote))
return false;
/* remote port must be valid */
switch (nsvc-> {
case AF_INET:
return nsvc->remote.u.sin.sin_port != 0;
case AF_INET6:
return (nsvc->local_port > 0 && !osmo_sockaddr_is_any(&nsvc->remote));
return nsvc->remote.u.sin6.sin6_port != 0;
return false;