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osmo-msc/src/libmsc/gsm_04_08.c

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/* GSM Mobile Radio Interface Layer 3 messages on the A-bis interface
* 3GPP TS 04.08 version 7.21.0 Release 1998 / ETSI TS 100 940 V7.21.0 */
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
/* (C) 2008-2016 by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>
* (C) 2008-2012 by Holger Hans Peter Freyther <zecke@selfish.org>
*
* All Rights Reserved
*
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU Affero 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 Affero General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License
* along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*
*/
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <stdbool.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <time.h>
#include <netinet/in.h>
#include <regex.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include "bscconfig.h"
#include <osmocom/msc/db.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/debug.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/gsm_data.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/gsm_subscriber.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/gsm_04_11.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/gsm_04_08.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/gsm_04_80.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/gsm_04_14.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/gsm_09_11.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/signal.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/transaction.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/silent_call.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/mncc_int.h>
src: port openBSC over libosmo-abis This is a big patch that ports openBSC over libosmo-abis. Sorry, the changes that are included here are all dependent of libosmo-abis, splitting them into smaller pieces would leave the repository in some intermediate state, which is not desired. The main changes are: - The directory libabis/ has been removed as it now lives in libosmo-abis. - new configuration file format for nanoBTS and HSL femto, we need to define the virtual e1_line and attach it to the OML link. - all the existing BTS drivers (nanoBTS, hsl femto, Nokia site, BS11 and rbs2000) now use the new libosmo-abis framework. - use r232 input driver available in libosmo-abis for bs11_config. - use ipa_msg_recv instead of old ipaccess_read_msg function. - delete definition of gsm_e1_subslot and input_signal_data. These structures now lives in libosmo-abis. Most of this patch are deletions of libabis/ which has been moved to libosmo-abis. This patch also modifies openBSC to use all the new definitions available in libosmocore and libosmo-abis. In order to do that, we have replaced the following: - DINP, DMI, DMIB and DMUX by their respective DL* correspondences. - SS_GLOBAL by SS_L_GLOBAL - SS_INPUT by SS_L_INPUT - S_GLOBAL_SHUTDOWN by S_L_GLOBAL_SHUTDOWN - SS_INPUT by SS_L_INPUT - S_INP_* by S_L_INP_* sub-signals - E1INP_NODE by L_E1INP_NODE vty node This patch has been tested with: - one nanoBTS - the HSL femto with the examples available under libosmo-abis - BS11 with both dahdi and misdn drivers.
12 years ago
#include <osmocom/abis/e1_input.h>
#include <osmocom/core/bitvec.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/vlr.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/msc_ifaces.h>
#include <osmocom/gsm/gsm48.h>
#include <osmocom/gsm/gsm0480.h>
#include <osmocom/gsm/gsm_utils.h>
#include <osmocom/gsm/protocol/gsm_04_08.h>
#include <osmocom/core/msgb.h>
#include <osmocom/core/talloc.h>
#include <osmocom/core/utils.h>
#include <osmocom/core/byteswap.h>
#include <osmocom/gsm/tlv.h>
#include <osmocom/crypt/auth.h>
#ifdef BUILD_IU
#include <osmocom/ranap/iu_client.h>
#endif
#include <osmocom/msc/msc_ifaces.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/a_iface.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/msc_mgcp.h>
#include <assert.h>
mscsplit: various preparations to separate MSC from BSC Disable large parts of the code that depend on BSC presence. The code sections disabled by #if BEFORE_MSCSPLIT shall be modified or dropped in the course of adding the A-interface. Don't set msg->lchan nor msg->dst. Don't use lchan in libmsc. Decouple lac from bts. Prepare entry/exit point for MSC -> BSC and MSC -> RNC communication: Add msc_ifaces.[hc], a_iface.c, with a general msc_tx_dtap() to redirect to different interfaces depending on the actual subscriber connection. While iu_tx() is going to be functional fairly soon, the a_tx() is going to be just a dummy for some time (see comment). Add Iu specific fields in gsm_subscriber_connection: the UE connection pointer and an indicator for the Integrity Protection status on Iu (to be fully implemented in later commits). Add lac member to gsm_subscriber_connection, to allow decoupling from bts->location_area_code. The conn->lac will actually be set in iu.c in an upcoming commit ("add iucs.[hc]"). move to libcommon-cs: gsm48_extract_mi(), gsm48_paging_extract_mi(). libmsc: duplicate gsm0808 / gsm48 functions (towards BSC). In osmo-nitb, libmsc would directly call the functions on the BSC level, not always via the bsc_api. When separating libmsc from libbsc, some functions are missing from the linkage. Hence duplicate these functions to libmsc, add an msc_ prefix for clarity, also add a _tx to gsm0808_cipher_mode(): * add msc_gsm0808_tx_cipher_mode() (dummy/stub) * add msc_gsm48_tx_mm_serv_ack() * add msc_gsm48_tx_mm_serv_rej() Call these from libmsc instead of * gsm0808_cipher_mode() * gsm48_tx_mm_serv_ack() * gsm48_tx_mm_serv_rej() Also add a comment related to msc_gsm0808_tx_cipher_mode() in two places. Remove internal RTP streaming code; OsmoNITB supported that, but for OsmoMSC, this will be done with an external MGCP gateway. Remove LCHAN_MODIFY from internal MNCC state machine. Temporarily disable all paging to be able to link libmsc without libbsc. Skip the paging part of channel_test because the paging is now disabled. Employ fake paging shims in order for msc_vlr_tests to still work. msc_compl_l3(): publish in .h, tweak return value. Use new libmsc enum values for return val, to avoid dependency on libbsc headers. Make callable from other scopes: publish in osmo_msc.h and remove 'static' in osmo_msc.c add gsm_encr to subscr_conn move subscr_request to gsm_subscriber.h subscr_request_channel() -> subscr_request_conn() move to libmsc: osmo_stats_vty_add_cmds() gsm_04_08: remove apply_codec_restrictions() gsm0408_test: use NULL for root ctx move to libbsc: gsm_bts_neighbor() move to libbsc: lchan_next_meas_rep() move vty config for t3212 to network level (periodic lu) remove unneccessary linking from some tests remove handle_abisip_signal() abis_rsl.c: don't use libvlr from libbsc gsm_subscriber_connection: put the LAC here, so that it is available without accessing conn->bts. In bsc_api.c, place this lac in conn for the sake of transition: Iu and A will use this new field to pass the LAC around, but in a completely separate OsmoBSC this is not actually needed. It can be removed again from osmo-bsc.git when the time has come. Siemens MRPCI: completely drop sending the MRPCI messages for now, they shall be added in osmo-bsc once the A-Interface code has settled. See OS#2389. Related: OS#1845 OS#2257 OS#2389 Change-Id: Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c
6 years ago
void *tall_locop_ctx;
void *tall_authciphop_ctx;
static int gsm0408_loc_upd_acc(struct ran_conn *conn,
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
uint32_t send_tmsi);
/*! Send a simple GSM 04.08 message without any payload
* \param conn Active RAN connection
* \param[in] pdisc Protocol discriminator
* \param[in] msg_type Message type
* \return result of \ref gsm48_conn_sendmsg
*/
int gsm48_tx_simple(struct ran_conn *conn,
uint8_t pdisc, uint8_t msg_type)
{
struct msgb *msg = gsm48_msgb_alloc_name("GSM 04.08 TX SIMPLE");
struct gsm48_hdr *gh = (struct gsm48_hdr *) msgb_put(msg, sizeof(*gh));
gh->proto_discr = pdisc;
gh->msg_type = msg_type;
return gsm48_conn_sendmsg(msg, conn, NULL);
}
store classmark in vlr_subscr, not conn Store all Classmark information in the VLR. So, we now always know the Classmark 1 (mandatory IE for LU). This is visible in the msc_vlr_tests -- they no longer indicate "assuming A5/1 is supported" because classmark 1 is missing, because we now know the Classmark 1. Rationale: During Location Updating, we receive Classmark 1; during CM Service Request and Paging Response, we receive Classmark 2. So far we stored these only for the duration of the conn, so as soon as a LU is complete, we would forget CM1. In other words, for anything else than a LU Request, we had no Classmark 1 available at all. During Ciphering Mode Command, we rely on Classmark 1 to determine whether A5/1 is supported. That is moot if we don't even have a Classmark 1 for any CM Service Request or Paging Response initiated connections. The only reason that A5/1 worked is that we assume A5/1 to work if Classmark 1 is missing. To add to the confusion, if a phone indicated that it did *not* support A5/1 in the Classmark 1, according to spec we're supposed to not service it at all. A code comment however says that we instead want to heed the flag -- which so far was only present in a Location Updating initiated connection. Now we can make this decision without assuming things. This got my attention while hacking on sending a BSSMAP Classmark Request from the MSC if it finds missing Classmark information, and was surprised to see it it lacking CM1 to decide about A5/1. Change-Id: I27081bf6e9e017923b2d02607f7ea06beddad82a
4 years ago
static bool classmark1_is_r99(const struct gsm48_classmark1 *cm1)
{
return cm1->rev_lev >= 2;
}
static bool classmark2_is_r99(const uint8_t *cm2, uint8_t cm2_len)
{
uint8_t rev_lev;
if (!cm2_len)
return false;
rev_lev = (cm2[0] >> 5) & 0x3;
return rev_lev >= 2;
}
static bool classmark_is_r99(struct gsm_classmark *cm)
{
if (cm->classmark1_set)
store classmark in vlr_subscr, not conn Store all Classmark information in the VLR. So, we now always know the Classmark 1 (mandatory IE for LU). This is visible in the msc_vlr_tests -- they no longer indicate "assuming A5/1 is supported" because classmark 1 is missing, because we now know the Classmark 1. Rationale: During Location Updating, we receive Classmark 1; during CM Service Request and Paging Response, we receive Classmark 2. So far we stored these only for the duration of the conn, so as soon as a LU is complete, we would forget CM1. In other words, for anything else than a LU Request, we had no Classmark 1 available at all. During Ciphering Mode Command, we rely on Classmark 1 to determine whether A5/1 is supported. That is moot if we don't even have a Classmark 1 for any CM Service Request or Paging Response initiated connections. The only reason that A5/1 worked is that we assume A5/1 to work if Classmark 1 is missing. To add to the confusion, if a phone indicated that it did *not* support A5/1 in the Classmark 1, according to spec we're supposed to not service it at all. A code comment however says that we instead want to heed the flag -- which so far was only present in a Location Updating initiated connection. Now we can make this decision without assuming things. This got my attention while hacking on sending a BSSMAP Classmark Request from the MSC if it finds missing Classmark information, and was surprised to see it it lacking CM1 to decide about A5/1. Change-Id: I27081bf6e9e017923b2d02607f7ea06beddad82a
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return classmark1_is_r99(&cm->classmark1);
return classmark2_is_r99(cm->classmark2, cm->classmark2_len);
}
static const char *classmark_a5_name(const struct gsm_classmark *cm)
{
static char buf[128];
char cm1[42];
char cm2[42];
char cm3[42];
if (cm->classmark1_set)
snprintf(cm1, sizeof(cm1), "cm1{a5/1=%s}",
cm->classmark1.a5_1 ? "not-supported":"supported" /* inverted logic */);
else
snprintf(cm1, sizeof(cm1), "no-cm1");
if (cm->classmark2_len >= 3)
snprintf(cm2, sizeof(cm2), " cm2{0x%x=%s%s}",
cm->classmark2[2],
cm->classmark2[2] & 0x1 ? " A5/2" : "",
cm->classmark2[2] & 0x2 ? " A5/3" : "");
else
snprintf(cm2, sizeof(cm2), " no-cm2");
if (cm->classmark3_len >= 1)
snprintf(cm3, sizeof(cm3), " cm3{0x%x=%s%s%s%s}",
cm->classmark3[0],
cm->classmark3[0] & (1 << 0) ? " A5/4" : "",
cm->classmark3[0] & (1 << 1) ? " A5/5" : "",
cm->classmark3[0] & (1 << 2) ? " A5/6" : "",
cm->classmark3[0] & (1 << 3) ? " A5/7" : "");
else
snprintf(cm3, sizeof(cm3), " no-cm3");
snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf), "%s%s%s", cm1, cm2, cm3);
return buf;
}
A5/n Ciph: request Classmark Update if missing When the VLR requests a Ciphering Mode with vlr_ops.set_ciph_mode(), and if we need a ciph algo flag from a Classmark information that is not yet known (usually CM 2 during LU), send a BSSMAP Classmark Request to get it. To manage the intermission of the Classmark Request, add - msc_classmark_request_then_cipher_mode_cmd(), - state SUBSCR_CONN_S_WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE, - event SUBSCR_CONN_E_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. From state AUTH_CIPH, switch to state WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. Once the BSSMAP Classmark Response, is received, switch back to SUBSCR_CONN_S_AUTH_CIPH and re-initiate Ciphering Mode. To be able to re-enter the Ciphering Mode algo decision, factor it out into msc_geran_set_cipher_mode(). Rationale: In the following commit, essentially we stopped supporting A5/3 ciphering: commit 71330720b6efdda2fcfd3e9c0cb45f89e32e5670 "MSC: Intersect configured A5 algorithms with MS-supported ones" Change-Id: Id124923ee52a357cb7d3e04d33f585214774f3a3 A5/3 was no longer supported because from that commit on, we strictly checked the MS-supported ciphers, but we did not have Classmark 2 available during Location Updating. This patch changes that: when Classmark 2 is missing, actively request it by a BSSMAP Classmark Request; continue Ciphering only after the Response. Always request missing Classmark, even if a lesser cipher were configured available. If the Classmark Update response fails to come in, cause an attach failure. Instead, we could attempt to use a lesser cipher that is also enabled. That is left as a future feature, should that become relevant. I think it's unlikely. Technically, we could now end up requesting a Classmark Updating both during LU (vlr_lu_fsm) and CM Service/Paging Response (proc_arq_fsm), but in practice the only time we lack a Classmark is: during Location Updating with A5/3 enabled. A5/1 support is indicated in CM1 which is always available, and A5/3 support is indicated in CM2, which is always available during CM Service Request as well as Paging Response. So this patch has practical relevance only for Location Updating. For networks that permit only A5/3, this patch fixes Location Updating. For networks that support A5/3 and A5/1, so far we always used A5/1 during LU, and after this patch we request CM2 and likely use A5/3 instead. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, verify that requesting Classmark 2 for A5/3 works during LU. Also verify that the lack of a Classmark Response results in attach failure. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, a hacky unit test fakes a situation where a CM2 is missing during proc_arq_fsm and proves that that code path works, even though the practical relevance is currently zero. It would only become interesting if ciphering algorithms A5/4 and higher became relevant, because support of those would be indicated in Classmark 3, which would always require a Classmark Request. Related: OS#3043 Depends: I4a2e1d3923e33912579c4180aa1ff8e8f5abb7e7 (libosmocore) Change-Id: I73c7cb6a86624695bd9c0f59abb72e2fdc655131
4 years ago
/* Determine if the given CLASSMARK (1/2/3) value permits a given A5/n cipher.
* Return 1 when the given A5/n is permitted, 0 when not, and negative if the respective MS CLASSMARK is
* not known, where the negative number indicates the classmark type: -2 means Classmark 2 is not
* available. */
static int classmark_supports_a5(const struct gsm_classmark *cm, uint8_t a5)
{
switch (a5) {
case 0:
/* all phones must implement A5/0, see 3GPP TS 43.020 4.9 */
A5/n Ciph: request Classmark Update if missing When the VLR requests a Ciphering Mode with vlr_ops.set_ciph_mode(), and if we need a ciph algo flag from a Classmark information that is not yet known (usually CM 2 during LU), send a BSSMAP Classmark Request to get it. To manage the intermission of the Classmark Request, add - msc_classmark_request_then_cipher_mode_cmd(), - state SUBSCR_CONN_S_WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE, - event SUBSCR_CONN_E_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. From state AUTH_CIPH, switch to state WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. Once the BSSMAP Classmark Response, is received, switch back to SUBSCR_CONN_S_AUTH_CIPH and re-initiate Ciphering Mode. To be able to re-enter the Ciphering Mode algo decision, factor it out into msc_geran_set_cipher_mode(). Rationale: In the following commit, essentially we stopped supporting A5/3 ciphering: commit 71330720b6efdda2fcfd3e9c0cb45f89e32e5670 "MSC: Intersect configured A5 algorithms with MS-supported ones" Change-Id: Id124923ee52a357cb7d3e04d33f585214774f3a3 A5/3 was no longer supported because from that commit on, we strictly checked the MS-supported ciphers, but we did not have Classmark 2 available during Location Updating. This patch changes that: when Classmark 2 is missing, actively request it by a BSSMAP Classmark Request; continue Ciphering only after the Response. Always request missing Classmark, even if a lesser cipher were configured available. If the Classmark Update response fails to come in, cause an attach failure. Instead, we could attempt to use a lesser cipher that is also enabled. That is left as a future feature, should that become relevant. I think it's unlikely. Technically, we could now end up requesting a Classmark Updating both during LU (vlr_lu_fsm) and CM Service/Paging Response (proc_arq_fsm), but in practice the only time we lack a Classmark is: during Location Updating with A5/3 enabled. A5/1 support is indicated in CM1 which is always available, and A5/3 support is indicated in CM2, which is always available during CM Service Request as well as Paging Response. So this patch has practical relevance only for Location Updating. For networks that permit only A5/3, this patch fixes Location Updating. For networks that support A5/3 and A5/1, so far we always used A5/1 during LU, and after this patch we request CM2 and likely use A5/3 instead. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, verify that requesting Classmark 2 for A5/3 works during LU. Also verify that the lack of a Classmark Response results in attach failure. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, a hacky unit test fakes a situation where a CM2 is missing during proc_arq_fsm and proves that that code path works, even though the practical relevance is currently zero. It would only become interesting if ciphering algorithms A5/4 and higher became relevant, because support of those would be indicated in Classmark 3, which would always require a Classmark Request. Related: OS#3043 Depends: I4a2e1d3923e33912579c4180aa1ff8e8f5abb7e7 (libosmocore) Change-Id: I73c7cb6a86624695bd9c0f59abb72e2fdc655131
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return 1;
case 1:
/* 3GPP TS 43.020 4.9 requires A5/1 to be suppored by all phones and actually states:
* "The network shall not provide service to an MS which indicates that it does not
* support the ciphering algorithm A5/1.". However, let's be more tolerant based
* on policy here */
/* See 3GPP TS 24.008 10.5.1.7 */
if (!cm->classmark1_set) {
DEBUGP(DMSC, "CLASSMARK 1 unknown, assuming MS supports A5/1\n");
A5/n Ciph: request Classmark Update if missing When the VLR requests a Ciphering Mode with vlr_ops.set_ciph_mode(), and if we need a ciph algo flag from a Classmark information that is not yet known (usually CM 2 during LU), send a BSSMAP Classmark Request to get it. To manage the intermission of the Classmark Request, add - msc_classmark_request_then_cipher_mode_cmd(), - state SUBSCR_CONN_S_WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE, - event SUBSCR_CONN_E_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. From state AUTH_CIPH, switch to state WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. Once the BSSMAP Classmark Response, is received, switch back to SUBSCR_CONN_S_AUTH_CIPH and re-initiate Ciphering Mode. To be able to re-enter the Ciphering Mode algo decision, factor it out into msc_geran_set_cipher_mode(). Rationale: In the following commit, essentially we stopped supporting A5/3 ciphering: commit 71330720b6efdda2fcfd3e9c0cb45f89e32e5670 "MSC: Intersect configured A5 algorithms with MS-supported ones" Change-Id: Id124923ee52a357cb7d3e04d33f585214774f3a3 A5/3 was no longer supported because from that commit on, we strictly checked the MS-supported ciphers, but we did not have Classmark 2 available during Location Updating. This patch changes that: when Classmark 2 is missing, actively request it by a BSSMAP Classmark Request; continue Ciphering only after the Response. Always request missing Classmark, even if a lesser cipher were configured available. If the Classmark Update response fails to come in, cause an attach failure. Instead, we could attempt to use a lesser cipher that is also enabled. That is left as a future feature, should that become relevant. I think it's unlikely. Technically, we could now end up requesting a Classmark Updating both during LU (vlr_lu_fsm) and CM Service/Paging Response (proc_arq_fsm), but in practice the only time we lack a Classmark is: during Location Updating with A5/3 enabled. A5/1 support is indicated in CM1 which is always available, and A5/3 support is indicated in CM2, which is always available during CM Service Request as well as Paging Response. So this patch has practical relevance only for Location Updating. For networks that permit only A5/3, this patch fixes Location Updating. For networks that support A5/3 and A5/1, so far we always used A5/1 during LU, and after this patch we request CM2 and likely use A5/3 instead. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, verify that requesting Classmark 2 for A5/3 works during LU. Also verify that the lack of a Classmark Response results in attach failure. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, a hacky unit test fakes a situation where a CM2 is missing during proc_arq_fsm and proves that that code path works, even though the practical relevance is currently zero. It would only become interesting if ciphering algorithms A5/4 and higher became relevant, because support of those would be indicated in Classmark 3, which would always require a Classmark Request. Related: OS#3043 Depends: I4a2e1d3923e33912579c4180aa1ff8e8f5abb7e7 (libosmocore) Change-Id: I73c7cb6a86624695bd9c0f59abb72e2fdc655131
4 years ago
return -1;
} else {
if (cm->classmark1.a5_1)
A5/n Ciph: request Classmark Update if missing When the VLR requests a Ciphering Mode with vlr_ops.set_ciph_mode(), and if we need a ciph algo flag from a Classmark information that is not yet known (usually CM 2 during LU), send a BSSMAP Classmark Request to get it. To manage the intermission of the Classmark Request, add - msc_classmark_request_then_cipher_mode_cmd(), - state SUBSCR_CONN_S_WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE, - event SUBSCR_CONN_E_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. From state AUTH_CIPH, switch to state WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. Once the BSSMAP Classmark Response, is received, switch back to SUBSCR_CONN_S_AUTH_CIPH and re-initiate Ciphering Mode. To be able to re-enter the Ciphering Mode algo decision, factor it out into msc_geran_set_cipher_mode(). Rationale: In the following commit, essentially we stopped supporting A5/3 ciphering: commit 71330720b6efdda2fcfd3e9c0cb45f89e32e5670 "MSC: Intersect configured A5 algorithms with MS-supported ones" Change-Id: Id124923ee52a357cb7d3e04d33f585214774f3a3 A5/3 was no longer supported because from that commit on, we strictly checked the MS-supported ciphers, but we did not have Classmark 2 available during Location Updating. This patch changes that: when Classmark 2 is missing, actively request it by a BSSMAP Classmark Request; continue Ciphering only after the Response. Always request missing Classmark, even if a lesser cipher were configured available. If the Classmark Update response fails to come in, cause an attach failure. Instead, we could attempt to use a lesser cipher that is also enabled. That is left as a future feature, should that become relevant. I think it's unlikely. Technically, we could now end up requesting a Classmark Updating both during LU (vlr_lu_fsm) and CM Service/Paging Response (proc_arq_fsm), but in practice the only time we lack a Classmark is: during Location Updating with A5/3 enabled. A5/1 support is indicated in CM1 which is always available, and A5/3 support is indicated in CM2, which is always available during CM Service Request as well as Paging Response. So this patch has practical relevance only for Location Updating. For networks that permit only A5/3, this patch fixes Location Updating. For networks that support A5/3 and A5/1, so far we always used A5/1 during LU, and after this patch we request CM2 and likely use A5/3 instead. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, verify that requesting Classmark 2 for A5/3 works during LU. Also verify that the lack of a Classmark Response results in attach failure. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, a hacky unit test fakes a situation where a CM2 is missing during proc_arq_fsm and proves that that code path works, even though the practical relevance is currently zero. It would only become interesting if ciphering algorithms A5/4 and higher became relevant, because support of those would be indicated in Classmark 3, which would always require a Classmark Request. Related: OS#3043 Depends: I4a2e1d3923e33912579c4180aa1ff8e8f5abb7e7 (libosmocore) Change-Id: I73c7cb6a86624695bd9c0f59abb72e2fdc655131
4 years ago
return 0; /* Inverted logic for this bit! */
else
A5/n Ciph: request Classmark Update if missing When the VLR requests a Ciphering Mode with vlr_ops.set_ciph_mode(), and if we need a ciph algo flag from a Classmark information that is not yet known (usually CM 2 during LU), send a BSSMAP Classmark Request to get it. To manage the intermission of the Classmark Request, add - msc_classmark_request_then_cipher_mode_cmd(), - state SUBSCR_CONN_S_WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE, - event SUBSCR_CONN_E_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. From state AUTH_CIPH, switch to state WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. Once the BSSMAP Classmark Response, is received, switch back to SUBSCR_CONN_S_AUTH_CIPH and re-initiate Ciphering Mode. To be able to re-enter the Ciphering Mode algo decision, factor it out into msc_geran_set_cipher_mode(). Rationale: In the following commit, essentially we stopped supporting A5/3 ciphering: commit 71330720b6efdda2fcfd3e9c0cb45f89e32e5670 "MSC: Intersect configured A5 algorithms with MS-supported ones" Change-Id: Id124923ee52a357cb7d3e04d33f585214774f3a3 A5/3 was no longer supported because from that commit on, we strictly checked the MS-supported ciphers, but we did not have Classmark 2 available during Location Updating. This patch changes that: when Classmark 2 is missing, actively request it by a BSSMAP Classmark Request; continue Ciphering only after the Response. Always request missing Classmark, even if a lesser cipher were configured available. If the Classmark Update response fails to come in, cause an attach failure. Instead, we could attempt to use a lesser cipher that is also enabled. That is left as a future feature, should that become relevant. I think it's unlikely. Technically, we could now end up requesting a Classmark Updating both during LU (vlr_lu_fsm) and CM Service/Paging Response (proc_arq_fsm), but in practice the only time we lack a Classmark is: during Location Updating with A5/3 enabled. A5/1 support is indicated in CM1 which is always available, and A5/3 support is indicated in CM2, which is always available during CM Service Request as well as Paging Response. So this patch has practical relevance only for Location Updating. For networks that permit only A5/3, this patch fixes Location Updating. For networks that support A5/3 and A5/1, so far we always used A5/1 during LU, and after this patch we request CM2 and likely use A5/3 instead. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, verify that requesting Classmark 2 for A5/3 works during LU. Also verify that the lack of a Classmark Response results in attach failure. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, a hacky unit test fakes a situation where a CM2 is missing during proc_arq_fsm and proves that that code path works, even though the practical relevance is currently zero. It would only become interesting if ciphering algorithms A5/4 and higher became relevant, because support of those would be indicated in Classmark 3, which would always require a Classmark Request. Related: OS#3043 Depends: I4a2e1d3923e33912579c4180aa1ff8e8f5abb7e7 (libosmocore) Change-Id: I73c7cb6a86624695bd9c0f59abb72e2fdc655131
4 years ago
return 1;
}
break;
case 2:
case 3:
/* See 3GPP TS 24.008 10.5.1.6 */
if (cm->classmark2_len < 3) {
A5/n Ciph: request Classmark Update if missing When the VLR requests a Ciphering Mode with vlr_ops.set_ciph_mode(), and if we need a ciph algo flag from a Classmark information that is not yet known (usually CM 2 during LU), send a BSSMAP Classmark Request to get it. To manage the intermission of the Classmark Request, add - msc_classmark_request_then_cipher_mode_cmd(), - state SUBSCR_CONN_S_WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE, - event SUBSCR_CONN_E_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. From state AUTH_CIPH, switch to state WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. Once the BSSMAP Classmark Response, is received, switch back to SUBSCR_CONN_S_AUTH_CIPH and re-initiate Ciphering Mode. To be able to re-enter the Ciphering Mode algo decision, factor it out into msc_geran_set_cipher_mode(). Rationale: In the following commit, essentially we stopped supporting A5/3 ciphering: commit 71330720b6efdda2fcfd3e9c0cb45f89e32e5670 "MSC: Intersect configured A5 algorithms with MS-supported ones" Change-Id: Id124923ee52a357cb7d3e04d33f585214774f3a3 A5/3 was no longer supported because from that commit on, we strictly checked the MS-supported ciphers, but we did not have Classmark 2 available during Location Updating. This patch changes that: when Classmark 2 is missing, actively request it by a BSSMAP Classmark Request; continue Ciphering only after the Response. Always request missing Classmark, even if a lesser cipher were configured available. If the Classmark Update response fails to come in, cause an attach failure. Instead, we could attempt to use a lesser cipher that is also enabled. That is left as a future feature, should that become relevant. I think it's unlikely. Technically, we could now end up requesting a Classmark Updating both during LU (vlr_lu_fsm) and CM Service/Paging Response (proc_arq_fsm), but in practice the only time we lack a Classmark is: during Location Updating with A5/3 enabled. A5/1 support is indicated in CM1 which is always available, and A5/3 support is indicated in CM2, which is always available during CM Service Request as well as Paging Response. So this patch has practical relevance only for Location Updating. For networks that permit only A5/3, this patch fixes Location Updating. For networks that support A5/3 and A5/1, so far we always used A5/1 during LU, and after this patch we request CM2 and likely use A5/3 instead. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, verify that requesting Classmark 2 for A5/3 works during LU. Also verify that the lack of a Classmark Response results in attach failure. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, a hacky unit test fakes a situation where a CM2 is missing during proc_arq_fsm and proves that that code path works, even though the practical relevance is currently zero. It would only become interesting if ciphering algorithms A5/4 and higher became relevant, because support of those would be indicated in Classmark 3, which would always require a Classmark Request. Related: OS#3043 Depends: I4a2e1d3923e33912579c4180aa1ff8e8f5abb7e7 (libosmocore) Change-Id: I73c7cb6a86624695bd9c0f59abb72e2fdc655131
4 years ago
return -2;
} else {
if (cm->classmark2[2] & (1 << (a5-2)))
A5/n Ciph: request Classmark Update if missing When the VLR requests a Ciphering Mode with vlr_ops.set_ciph_mode(), and if we need a ciph algo flag from a Classmark information that is not yet known (usually CM 2 during LU), send a BSSMAP Classmark Request to get it. To manage the intermission of the Classmark Request, add - msc_classmark_request_then_cipher_mode_cmd(), - state SUBSCR_CONN_S_WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE, - event SUBSCR_CONN_E_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. From state AUTH_CIPH, switch to state WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. Once the BSSMAP Classmark Response, is received, switch back to SUBSCR_CONN_S_AUTH_CIPH and re-initiate Ciphering Mode. To be able to re-enter the Ciphering Mode algo decision, factor it out into msc_geran_set_cipher_mode(). Rationale: In the following commit, essentially we stopped supporting A5/3 ciphering: commit 71330720b6efdda2fcfd3e9c0cb45f89e32e5670 "MSC: Intersect configured A5 algorithms with MS-supported ones" Change-Id: Id124923ee52a357cb7d3e04d33f585214774f3a3 A5/3 was no longer supported because from that commit on, we strictly checked the MS-supported ciphers, but we did not have Classmark 2 available during Location Updating. This patch changes that: when Classmark 2 is missing, actively request it by a BSSMAP Classmark Request; continue Ciphering only after the Response. Always request missing Classmark, even if a lesser cipher were configured available. If the Classmark Update response fails to come in, cause an attach failure. Instead, we could attempt to use a lesser cipher that is also enabled. That is left as a future feature, should that become relevant. I think it's unlikely. Technically, we could now end up requesting a Classmark Updating both during LU (vlr_lu_fsm) and CM Service/Paging Response (proc_arq_fsm), but in practice the only time we lack a Classmark is: during Location Updating with A5/3 enabled. A5/1 support is indicated in CM1 which is always available, and A5/3 support is indicated in CM2, which is always available during CM Service Request as well as Paging Response. So this patch has practical relevance only for Location Updating. For networks that permit only A5/3, this patch fixes Location Updating. For networks that support A5/3 and A5/1, so far we always used A5/1 during LU, and after this patch we request CM2 and likely use A5/3 instead. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, verify that requesting Classmark 2 for A5/3 works during LU. Also verify that the lack of a Classmark Response results in attach failure. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, a hacky unit test fakes a situation where a CM2 is missing during proc_arq_fsm and proves that that code path works, even though the practical relevance is currently zero. It would only become interesting if ciphering algorithms A5/4 and higher became relevant, because support of those would be indicated in Classmark 3, which would always require a Classmark Request. Related: OS#3043 Depends: I4a2e1d3923e33912579c4180aa1ff8e8f5abb7e7 (libosmocore) Change-Id: I73c7cb6a86624695bd9c0f59abb72e2fdc655131
4 years ago
return 1;
else
A5/n Ciph: request Classmark Update if missing When the VLR requests a Ciphering Mode with vlr_ops.set_ciph_mode(), and if we need a ciph algo flag from a Classmark information that is not yet known (usually CM 2 during LU), send a BSSMAP Classmark Request to get it. To manage the intermission of the Classmark Request, add - msc_classmark_request_then_cipher_mode_cmd(), - state SUBSCR_CONN_S_WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE, - event SUBSCR_CONN_E_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. From state AUTH_CIPH, switch to state WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. Once the BSSMAP Classmark Response, is received, switch back to SUBSCR_CONN_S_AUTH_CIPH and re-initiate Ciphering Mode. To be able to re-enter the Ciphering Mode algo decision, factor it out into msc_geran_set_cipher_mode(). Rationale: In the following commit, essentially we stopped supporting A5/3 ciphering: commit 71330720b6efdda2fcfd3e9c0cb45f89e32e5670 "MSC: Intersect configured A5 algorithms with MS-supported ones" Change-Id: Id124923ee52a357cb7d3e04d33f585214774f3a3 A5/3 was no longer supported because from that commit on, we strictly checked the MS-supported ciphers, but we did not have Classmark 2 available during Location Updating. This patch changes that: when Classmark 2 is missing, actively request it by a BSSMAP Classmark Request; continue Ciphering only after the Response. Always request missing Classmark, even if a lesser cipher were configured available. If the Classmark Update response fails to come in, cause an attach failure. Instead, we could attempt to use a lesser cipher that is also enabled. That is left as a future feature, should that become relevant. I think it's unlikely. Technically, we could now end up requesting a Classmark Updating both during LU (vlr_lu_fsm) and CM Service/Paging Response (proc_arq_fsm), but in practice the only time we lack a Classmark is: during Location Updating with A5/3 enabled. A5/1 support is indicated in CM1 which is always available, and A5/3 support is indicated in CM2, which is always available during CM Service Request as well as Paging Response. So this patch has practical relevance only for Location Updating. For networks that permit only A5/3, this patch fixes Location Updating. For networks that support A5/3 and A5/1, so far we always used A5/1 during LU, and after this patch we request CM2 and likely use A5/3 instead. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, verify that requesting Classmark 2 for A5/3 works during LU. Also verify that the lack of a Classmark Response results in attach failure. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, a hacky unit test fakes a situation where a CM2 is missing during proc_arq_fsm and proves that that code path works, even though the practical relevance is currently zero. It would only become interesting if ciphering algorithms A5/4 and higher became relevant, because support of those would be indicated in Classmark 3, which would always require a Classmark Request. Related: OS#3043 Depends: I4a2e1d3923e33912579c4180aa1ff8e8f5abb7e7 (libosmocore) Change-Id: I73c7cb6a86624695bd9c0f59abb72e2fdc655131
4 years ago
return 0;
}
break;
case 4:
case 5:
case 6:
case 7:
/* See 3GPP TS 24.008 10.5.1.7 */
if (cm->classmark3_len < 1) {
A5/n Ciph: request Classmark Update if missing When the VLR requests a Ciphering Mode with vlr_ops.set_ciph_mode(), and if we need a ciph algo flag from a Classmark information that is not yet known (usually CM 2 during LU), send a BSSMAP Classmark Request to get it. To manage the intermission of the Classmark Request, add - msc_classmark_request_then_cipher_mode_cmd(), - state SUBSCR_CONN_S_WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE, - event SUBSCR_CONN_E_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. From state AUTH_CIPH, switch to state WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. Once the BSSMAP Classmark Response, is received, switch back to SUBSCR_CONN_S_AUTH_CIPH and re-initiate Ciphering Mode. To be able to re-enter the Ciphering Mode algo decision, factor it out into msc_geran_set_cipher_mode(). Rationale: In the following commit, essentially we stopped supporting A5/3 ciphering: commit 71330720b6efdda2fcfd3e9c0cb45f89e32e5670 "MSC: Intersect configured A5 algorithms with MS-supported ones" Change-Id: Id124923ee52a357cb7d3e04d33f585214774f3a3 A5/3 was no longer supported because from that commit on, we strictly checked the MS-supported ciphers, but we did not have Classmark 2 available during Location Updating. This patch changes that: when Classmark 2 is missing, actively request it by a BSSMAP Classmark Request; continue Ciphering only after the Response. Always request missing Classmark, even if a lesser cipher were configured available. If the Classmark Update response fails to come in, cause an attach failure. Instead, we could attempt to use a lesser cipher that is also enabled. That is left as a future feature, should that become relevant. I think it's unlikely. Technically, we could now end up requesting a Classmark Updating both during LU (vlr_lu_fsm) and CM Service/Paging Response (proc_arq_fsm), but in practice the only time we lack a Classmark is: during Location Updating with A5/3 enabled. A5/1 support is indicated in CM1 which is always available, and A5/3 support is indicated in CM2, which is always available during CM Service Request as well as Paging Response. So this patch has practical relevance only for Location Updating. For networks that permit only A5/3, this patch fixes Location Updating. For networks that support A5/3 and A5/1, so far we always used A5/1 during LU, and after this patch we request CM2 and likely use A5/3 instead. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, verify that requesting Classmark 2 for A5/3 works during LU. Also verify that the lack of a Classmark Response results in attach failure. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, a hacky unit test fakes a situation where a CM2 is missing during proc_arq_fsm and proves that that code path works, even though the practical relevance is currently zero. It would only become interesting if ciphering algorithms A5/4 and higher became relevant, because support of those would be indicated in Classmark 3, which would always require a Classmark Request. Related: OS#3043 Depends: I4a2e1d3923e33912579c4180aa1ff8e8f5abb7e7 (libosmocore) Change-Id: I73c7cb6a86624695bd9c0f59abb72e2fdc655131
4 years ago
return -3;
} else {
if (cm->classmark3[0] & (1 << (a5-4)))
A5/n Ciph: request Classmark Update if missing When the VLR requests a Ciphering Mode with vlr_ops.set_ciph_mode(), and if we need a ciph algo flag from a Classmark information that is not yet known (usually CM 2 during LU), send a BSSMAP Classmark Request to get it. To manage the intermission of the Classmark Request, add - msc_classmark_request_then_cipher_mode_cmd(), - state SUBSCR_CONN_S_WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE, - event SUBSCR_CONN_E_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. From state AUTH_CIPH, switch to state WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. Once the BSSMAP Classmark Response, is received, switch back to SUBSCR_CONN_S_AUTH_CIPH and re-initiate Ciphering Mode. To be able to re-enter the Ciphering Mode algo decision, factor it out into msc_geran_set_cipher_mode(). Rationale: In the following commit, essentially we stopped supporting A5/3 ciphering: commit 71330720b6efdda2fcfd3e9c0cb45f89e32e5670 "MSC: Intersect configured A5 algorithms with MS-supported ones" Change-Id: Id124923ee52a357cb7d3e04d33f585214774f3a3 A5/3 was no longer supported because from that commit on, we strictly checked the MS-supported ciphers, but we did not have Classmark 2 available during Location Updating. This patch changes that: when Classmark 2 is missing, actively request it by a BSSMAP Classmark Request; continue Ciphering only after the Response. Always request missing Classmark, even if a lesser cipher were configured available. If the Classmark Update response fails to come in, cause an attach failure. Instead, we could attempt to use a lesser cipher that is also enabled. That is left as a future feature, should that become relevant. I think it's unlikely. Technically, we could now end up requesting a Classmark Updating both during LU (vlr_lu_fsm) and CM Service/Paging Response (proc_arq_fsm), but in practice the only time we lack a Classmark is: during Location Updating with A5/3 enabled. A5/1 support is indicated in CM1 which is always available, and A5/3 support is indicated in CM2, which is always available during CM Service Request as well as Paging Response. So this patch has practical relevance only for Location Updating. For networks that permit only A5/3, this patch fixes Location Updating. For networks that support A5/3 and A5/1, so far we always used A5/1 during LU, and after this patch we request CM2 and likely use A5/3 instead. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, verify that requesting Classmark 2 for A5/3 works during LU. Also verify that the lack of a Classmark Response results in attach failure. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, a hacky unit test fakes a situation where a CM2 is missing during proc_arq_fsm and proves that that code path works, even though the practical relevance is currently zero. It would only become interesting if ciphering algorithms A5/4 and higher became relevant, because support of those would be indicated in Classmark 3, which would always require a Classmark Request. Related: OS#3043 Depends: I4a2e1d3923e33912579c4180aa1ff8e8f5abb7e7 (libosmocore) Change-Id: I73c7cb6a86624695bd9c0f59abb72e2fdc655131
4 years ago
return 1;
else
A5/n Ciph: request Classmark Update if missing When the VLR requests a Ciphering Mode with vlr_ops.set_ciph_mode(), and if we need a ciph algo flag from a Classmark information that is not yet known (usually CM 2 during LU), send a BSSMAP Classmark Request to get it. To manage the intermission of the Classmark Request, add - msc_classmark_request_then_cipher_mode_cmd(), - state SUBSCR_CONN_S_WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE, - event SUBSCR_CONN_E_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. From state AUTH_CIPH, switch to state WAIT_CLASSMARK_UPDATE. Once the BSSMAP Classmark Response, is received, switch back to SUBSCR_CONN_S_AUTH_CIPH and re-initiate Ciphering Mode. To be able to re-enter the Ciphering Mode algo decision, factor it out into msc_geran_set_cipher_mode(). Rationale: In the following commit, essentially we stopped supporting A5/3 ciphering: commit 71330720b6efdda2fcfd3e9c0cb45f89e32e5670 "MSC: Intersect configured A5 algorithms with MS-supported ones" Change-Id: Id124923ee52a357cb7d3e04d33f585214774f3a3 A5/3 was no longer supported because from that commit on, we strictly checked the MS-supported ciphers, but we did not have Classmark 2 available during Location Updating. This patch changes that: when Classmark 2 is missing, actively request it by a BSSMAP Classmark Request; continue Ciphering only after the Response. Always request missing Classmark, even if a lesser cipher were configured available. If the Classmark Update response fails to come in, cause an attach failure. Instead, we could attempt to use a lesser cipher that is also enabled. That is left as a future feature, should that become relevant. I think it's unlikely. Technically, we could now end up requesting a Classmark Updating both during LU (vlr_lu_fsm) and CM Service/Paging Response (proc_arq_fsm), but in practice the only time we lack a Classmark is: during Location Updating with A5/3 enabled. A5/1 support is indicated in CM1 which is always available, and A5/3 support is indicated in CM2, which is always available during CM Service Request as well as Paging Response. So this patch has practical relevance only for Location Updating. For networks that permit only A5/3, this patch fixes Location Updating. For networks that support A5/3 and A5/1, so far we always used A5/1 during LU, and after this patch we request CM2 and likely use A5/3 instead. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, verify that requesting Classmark 2 for A5/3 works during LU. Also verify that the lack of a Classmark Response results in attach failure. In msc_vlr_test_gsm_ciph, a hacky unit test fakes a situation where a CM2 is missing during proc_arq_fsm and proves that that code path works, even though the practical relevance is currently zero. It would only become interesting if ciphering algorithms A5/4 and higher became relevant, because support of those would be indicated in Classmark 3, which would always require a Classmark Request. Related: OS#3043 Depends: I4a2e1d3923e33912579c4180aa1ff8e8f5abb7e7 (libosmocore) Change-Id: I73c7cb6a86624695bd9c0f59abb72e2fdc655131
4 years ago
return 0;
}
break;
default:
return false;
}
}
int gsm48_conn_sendmsg(struct msgb *msg, struct ran_conn *conn, struct gsm_trans *trans)
{
struct gsm48_hdr *gh = (struct gsm48_hdr *) msg->data;
/* if we get passed a transaction reference, do some common
* work that the caller no longer has to do */
if (trans) {
gh->proto_discr = trans->protocol | (trans->transaction_id << 4);
OMSC_LINKID_CB(msg) = trans->dlci;
}
return msc_tx_dtap(conn, msg);
}
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
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/* clear all transactions globally; used in case of MNCC socket disconnect */
void gsm0408_clear_all_trans(struct gsm_network *net, int protocol)
{
struct gsm_trans *trans, *temp;
LOGP(DCC, LOGL_NOTICE, "Clearing all currently active transactions!!!\n");
llist_for_each_entry_safe(trans, temp, &net->trans_list, entry) {
if (trans->protocol == protocol) {
trans->callref = 0;
trans_free(trans);
}
}
}
/* Chapter 9.2.14 : Send LOCATION UPDATING REJECT */
static int gsm0408_loc_upd_rej(struct ran_conn *conn, uint8_t cause)
{
struct msgb *msg;
msg = gsm48_create_loc_upd_rej(cause);
if (!msg) {
LOGP(DMM, LOGL_ERROR, "Failed to create msg for LOCATION UPDATING REJECT.\n");
return -1;
}
mscsplit: various preparations to separate MSC from BSC Disable large parts of the code that depend on BSC presence. The code sections disabled by #if BEFORE_MSCSPLIT shall be modified or dropped in the course of adding the A-interface. Don't set msg->lchan nor msg->dst. Don't use lchan in libmsc. Decouple lac from bts. Prepare entry/exit point for MSC -> BSC and MSC -> RNC communication: Add msc_ifaces.[hc], a_iface.c, with a general msc_tx_dtap() to redirect to different interfaces depending on the actual subscriber connection. While iu_tx() is going to be functional fairly soon, the a_tx() is going to be just a dummy for some time (see comment). Add Iu specific fields in gsm_subscriber_connection: the UE connection pointer and an indicator for the Integrity Protection status on Iu (to be fully implemented in later commits). Add lac member to gsm_subscriber_connection, to allow decoupling from bts->location_area_code. The conn->lac will actually be set in iu.c in an upcoming commit ("add iucs.[hc]"). move to libcommon-cs: gsm48_extract_mi(), gsm48_paging_extract_mi(). libmsc: duplicate gsm0808 / gsm48 functions (towards BSC). In osmo-nitb, libmsc would directly call the functions on the BSC level, not always via the bsc_api. When separating libmsc from libbsc, some functions are missing from the linkage. Hence duplicate these functions to libmsc, add an msc_ prefix for clarity, also add a _tx to gsm0808_cipher_mode(): * add msc_gsm0808_tx_cipher_mode() (dummy/stub) * add msc_gsm48_tx_mm_serv_ack() * add msc_gsm48_tx_mm_serv_rej() Call these from libmsc instead of * gsm0808_cipher_mode() * gsm48_tx_mm_serv_ack() * gsm48_tx_mm_serv_rej() Also add a comment related to msc_gsm0808_tx_cipher_mode() in two places. Remove internal RTP streaming code; OsmoNITB supported that, but for OsmoMSC, this will be done with an external MGCP gateway. Remove LCHAN_MODIFY from internal MNCC state machine. Temporarily disable all paging to be able to link libmsc without libbsc. Skip the paging part of channel_test because the paging is now disabled. Employ fake paging shims in order for msc_vlr_tests to still work. msc_compl_l3(): publish in .h, tweak return value. Use new libmsc enum values for return val, to avoid dependency on libbsc headers. Make callable from other scopes: publish in osmo_msc.h and remove 'static' in osmo_msc.c add gsm_encr to subscr_conn move subscr_request to gsm_subscriber.h subscr_request_channel() -> subscr_request_conn() move to libmsc: osmo_stats_vty_add_cmds() gsm_04_08: remove apply_codec_restrictions() gsm0408_test: use NULL for root ctx move to libbsc: gsm_bts_neighbor() move to libbsc: lchan_next_meas_rep() move vty config for t3212 to network level (periodic lu) remove unneccessary linking from some tests remove handle_abisip_signal() abis_rsl.c: don't use libvlr from libbsc gsm_subscriber_connection: put the LAC here, so that it is available without accessing conn->bts. In bsc_api.c, place this lac in conn for the sake of transition: Iu and A will use this new field to pass the LAC around, but in a completely separate OsmoBSC this is not actually needed. It can be removed again from osmo-bsc.git when the time has come. Siemens MRPCI: completely drop sending the MRPCI messages for now, they shall be added in osmo-bsc once the A-Interface code has settled. See OS#2389. Related: OS#1845 OS#2257 OS#2389 Change-Id: Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c
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LOGP(DMM, LOGL_INFO, "Subscriber %s: LOCATION UPDATING REJECT\n",
vlr_subscr_name(conn->vsub));
return gsm48_conn_sendmsg(msg, conn, NULL);
}
/* Chapter 9.2.13 : Send LOCATION UPDATE ACCEPT */
static int gsm0408_loc_upd_acc(struct ran_conn *conn,
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
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uint32_t send_tmsi)
{
struct msgb *msg = gsm48_msgb_alloc_name("GSM 04.08 LOC UPD ACC");
struct gsm48_hdr *gh;
struct gsm48_loc_area_id *lai;
uint8_t *mid;
struct osmo_location_area_id laid = {
.plmn = conn->network->plmn,
.lac = conn->lac,
};
gh = (struct gsm48_hdr *) msgb_put(msg, sizeof(*gh));
gh->proto_discr = GSM48_PDISC_MM;
gh->msg_type = GSM48_MT_MM_LOC_UPD_ACCEPT;
lai = (struct gsm48_loc_area_id *) msgb_put(msg, sizeof(*lai));
gsm48_generate_lai2(lai, &laid);
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
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if (send_tmsi == GSM_RESERVED_TMSI) {
/* we did not allocate a TMSI to the MS, so we need to
* include the IMSI in order for the MS to delete any
* old TMSI that might still be allocated */
uint8_t mi[10];
int len;
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
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len = gsm48_generate_mid_from_imsi(mi, conn->vsub->imsi);
mid = msgb_put(msg, len);
memcpy(mid, mi, len);
DEBUGP(DMM, "-> %s LOCATION UPDATE ACCEPT\n",
vlr_subscr_name(conn->vsub));
} else {
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
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/* Include the TMSI, which means that the MS will send a
* TMSI REALLOCATION COMPLETE, and we should wait for
* that until T3250 expiration */
mid = msgb_put(msg, GSM48_MID_TMSI_LEN);
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
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gsm48_generate_mid_from_tmsi(mid, send_tmsi);
DEBUGP(DMM, "-> %s LOCATION UPDATE ACCEPT (TMSI = 0x%08x)\n",
vlr_subscr_name(conn->vsub),
send_tmsi);
}
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
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/* TODO: Follow-on proceed */
/* TODO: CTS permission */
/* TODO: Equivalent PLMNs */
/* TODO: Emergency Number List */
/* TODO: Per-MS T3312 */
return gsm48_conn_sendmsg(msg, conn, NULL);
}
/* Transmit Chapter 9.2.10 Identity Request */
static int mm_tx_identity_req(struct ran_conn *conn, uint8_t id_type)
{
struct msgb *msg = gsm48_msgb_alloc_name("GSM 04.08 ID REQ");
struct gsm48_hdr *gh;
gh = (struct gsm48_hdr *) msgb_put(msg, sizeof(*gh) + 1);
gh->proto_discr = GSM48_PDISC_MM;
gh->msg_type = GSM48_MT_MM_ID_REQ;
gh->data[0] = id_type;
return gsm48_conn_sendmsg(msg, conn, NULL);
}
/* Parse Chapter 9.2.11 Identity Response */
static int mm_rx_id_resp(struct ran_conn *conn, struct msgb *msg)
{
struct gsm48_hdr *gh = msgb_l3(msg);
uint8_t *mi = gh->data+1;
uint8_t mi_len = gh->data[0];
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
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if (!conn->vsub) {
LOGP(DMM, LOGL_ERROR,
"Rx MM Identity Response: invalid: no subscriber\n");
return -EINVAL;
}
DEBUGP(DMM, "IDENTITY RESPONSE: MI=%s\n", osmo_mi_name(mi, mi_len));
osmo_signal_dispatch(SS_SUBSCR, S_SUBSCR_IDENTITY, gh->data);
return vlr_subscr_rx_id_resp(conn->vsub, mi, mi_len);
}
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
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/* Chapter 9.2.15: Receive Location Updating Request.
* Keep this function non-static for direct invocation by unit tests. */
int mm_rx_loc_upd_req(struct ran_conn *conn, struct msgb *msg)
{
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
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struct gsm_network *net = conn->network;
struct gsm48_hdr *gh = msgb_l3(msg);
struct gsm48_loc_upd_req *lu;
uint8_t mi_type;
char mi_string[GSM48_MI_SIZE];
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
enum vlr_lu_type vlr_lu_type = VLR_LU_TYPE_REGULAR;
uint32_t tmsi;
char *imsi;
struct osmo_location_area_id old_lai, new_lai;
struct osmo_fsm_inst *lu_fsm;
bool is_utran;
lu = (struct gsm48_loc_upd_req *) gh->data;
if (ran_conn_is_establishing_auth_ciph(conn)) {
LOG_RAN_CONN_CAT(conn, DMM, LOGL_ERROR,
"Cannot accept another LU, conn already busy establishing authenticity;"
" extraneous LOCATION UPDATING REQUEST: MI=%s LU-type=%s\n",
osmo_mi_name(lu->mi, lu->mi_len), osmo_lu_type_name(lu->type));
refactor subscr_conn and subscr_conn_fsm de-/alloc Refactor: 1. Glue the gsm_subscriber_connection alloc to the subscr_conn_fsm. 2. Add separate AUTH_CIPH state to the FSM. 3. Use conn->use_count to trigger conn release. 4. Add separate RELEASING state to the FSM. 5. Add rate counters for each of the three Complete Layer 3 types. Details: 1. Glue the gsm_subscriber_connection alloc to the subscr_conn_fsm. Historically, a gsm_subscriber_connection was allocated in libbsc land, and only upon Complete Layer 3 did libmsc add the fsm instance. After splitting openbsc.git into a separate osmo-msc, this is no longer necessary, hence: Closely tie gsm_subscriber_connection allocation to the subscr_conn_fsm instance: talloc the conn as a child of the FSM instance, and discard the conn as soon as the FSM terminates. 2. Add separate AUTH_CIPH state to the FSM. Decoding the Complete Layer 3 message is distinctly separate from waiting for the VLR FSMs to conclude. Use the NEW state as "we don't know if this is a valid message yet", and the AUTH_CIPH state as "evaluating, don't release". A profound effect of this: should we for any odd reason fail to leave the FSM's NEW state, the conn will be released right at the end of msc_compl_l3(), without needing to trigger release in each code path. 3. Use conn->use_count to trigger conn release. Before, the FSM itself would hold a use count on the conn, and hence we would need to ask it whether it is ready to release the conn yet by dispatching events, to achieve a use_count decrement. Instead, unite the FSM instance and conn, and do not hold a use count by the FSM. Hence, trigger an FSM "UNUSED" event only when the use_count reaches zero. As long as use counts are done correctly, the FSM will terminate correctly. These exceptions: - The new AUTH_CIPH state explicitly ignores UNUSED events, since we expect the use count to reach zero while evaluating Authentication and Ciphering. (I experimented with holding a use count by AUTH_CIPH onenter() and releasing by onleave(), but the use count and thus the conn are released before the next state can initiate transactions that would increment the use count again. Same thing for the VLR FSMs holding a use count, they should be done before we advance to the next state. The easiest is to simply expect zero use count during the AUTH_CIPH state.) - A CM Service Request means that even though the MSC would be through with all it wants to do, we shall still wait for a request to follow from the MS. Hence the FSM holds a use count on itself while a CM Service is pending. - While waiting for a Release/Clear Complete, the FSM holds a use count on itself. 4. Add separate RELEASING state to the FSM. If we decide to release for other reasons than a use count reaching zero, we still need to be able to wait for the msc_dtap() use count on the conn to release. (An upcoming patch will further use the RELEASING state to properly wait for Clear Complete / Release Complete messages.) 5. Add rate counters for each of the three Complete Layer 3 types. Besides LU, also count CM Service Request and Paging Response acceptance/rejections. Without these counters, only very few of the auth+ciph outcomes actually show in the counters. Related: OS#3122 Change-Id: I55feb379e176a96a831e105b86202b17a0ffe889
5 years ago
return -EINVAL;
}
if (ran_conn_is_accepted(conn)) {
LOG_RAN_CONN_CAT(conn, DMM, LOGL_ERROR,
"Cannot accept another LU, conn already established;"
" extraneous LOCATION UPDATING REQUEST: MI=%s LU-type=%s\n",
osmo_mi_name(lu->mi, lu->mi_len), osmo_lu_type_name(lu->type));
refactor subscr_conn and subscr_conn_fsm de-/alloc Refactor: 1. Glue the gsm_subscriber_connection alloc to the subscr_conn_fsm. 2. Add separate AUTH_CIPH state to the FSM. 3. Use conn->use_count to trigger conn release. 4. Add separate RELEASING state to the FSM. 5. Add rate counters for each of the three Complete Layer 3 types. Details: 1. Glue the gsm_subscriber_connection alloc to the subscr_conn_fsm. Historically, a gsm_subscriber_connection was allocated in libbsc land, and only upon Complete Layer 3 did libmsc add the fsm instance. After splitting openbsc.git into a separate osmo-msc, this is no longer necessary, hence: Closely tie gsm_subscriber_connection allocation to the subscr_conn_fsm instance: talloc the conn as a child of the FSM instance, and discard the conn as soon as the FSM terminates. 2. Add separate AUTH_CIPH state to the FSM. Decoding the Complete Layer 3 message is distinctly separate from waiting for the VLR FSMs to conclude. Use the NEW state as "we don't know if this is a valid message yet", and the AUTH_CIPH state as "evaluating, don't release". A profound effect of this: should we for any odd reason fail to leave the FSM's NEW state, the conn will be released right at the end of msc_compl_l3(), without needing to trigger release in each code path. 3. Use conn->use_count to trigger conn release. Before, the FSM itself would hold a use count on the conn, and hence we would need to ask it whether it is ready to release the conn yet by dispatching events, to achieve a use_count decrement. Instead, unite the FSM instance and conn, and do not hold a use count by the FSM. Hence, trigger an FSM "UNUSED" event only when the use_count reaches zero. As long as use counts are done correctly, the FSM will terminate correctly. These exceptions: - The new AUTH_CIPH state explicitly ignores UNUSED events, since we expect the use count to reach zero while evaluating Authentication and Ciphering. (I experimented with holding a use count by AUTH_CIPH onenter() and releasing by onleave(), but the use count and thus the conn are released before the next state can initiate transactions that would increment the use count again. Same thing for the VLR FSMs holding a use count, they should be done before we advance to the next state. The easiest is to simply expect zero use count during the AUTH_CIPH state.) - A CM Service Request means that even though the MSC would be through with all it wants to do, we shall still wait for a request to follow from the MS. Hence the FSM holds a use count on itself while a CM Service is pending. - While waiting for a Release/Clear Complete, the FSM holds a use count on itself. 4. Add separate RELEASING state to the FSM. If we decide to release for other reasons than a use count reaching zero, we still need to be able to wait for the msc_dtap() use count on the conn to release. (An upcoming patch will further use the RELEASING state to properly wait for Clear Complete / Release Complete messages.) 5. Add rate counters for each of the three Complete Layer 3 types. Besides LU, also count CM Service Request and Paging Response acceptance/rejections. Without these counters, only very few of the auth+ciph outcomes actually show in the counters. Related: OS#3122 Change-Id: I55feb379e176a96a831e105b86202b17a0ffe889
5 years ago
return -EINVAL;
}
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
refactor log ctx for vlr_subscr and ran_conn ran_conn_get_conn_id(): instead of a talloc allocated string, return a static buffer in ran_conn_get_conn_id(). So far this function had no callers. Refactor ran_conn_update_id() API: during early L3-Complete, when no subscriber is associated yet, update the FSM Id by the MI type seen in the L3 Complete message: ran_conn_update_id_from_mi(). Later on set the vsub and re-update. Call vlr.ops->subscr_update when the TMSI is updated, so that log context includes the TMSI from then on. Enrich context for vlr_subscr_name and ran_conn fi name. Include all available information in vlr_subscr_name(); instead of either IMSI or MSISDN or TMSI, print all of them when present. Instead of a short log, rather have more valuable context. A context info would now look like: Process_Access_Request_VLR(IMSI-901700000014706:MSISDN-2023:TMSI-0x08BDE4EC:GERAN-A-3:PAGING_RESP) It does get quite long, but ensures easy correlation of any BSSAP / IuCS messages with log output, especially if multiple subscribers are busy at the same time. Print TMSI and TMSInew in uppercase hexadecimal, which is the typical representation in the telecom world. When showing the RAN conn id GERAN_A-00000017 becomes GERAN-A-23 - We usually write the conn_id in decimal. - Leading zeros are clutter and might suggest hexadecimal format. - 'GERAN-A' and 'UTRAN-Iu' are the strings defined by osmo_rat_type_name(). Depends: I7798c3ef983c2e333b2b9cbffef6f366f370bd81 (libosmocore) Depends: Ica25919758ef6cba8348da199b0ae7e0ba628798 (libosmocore) Change-Id: I66a68ce2eb8957a35855a3743d91a86299900834
4 years ago
conn->complete_layer3_type = COMPLETE_LAYER3_LU;
ran_conn_update_id_from_mi(conn, lu->mi, lu->mi_len);
LOG_RAN_CONN_CAT(conn, DMM, LOGL_DEBUG, "LOCATION UPDATING REQUEST: MI=%s LU-type=%s\n",
osmo_mi_name(lu->mi, lu->mi_len), osmo_lu_type_name(lu->type));
osmo_signal_dispatch(SS_SUBSCR, S_SUBSCR_IDENTITY, &lu->mi_len);
switch (lu->type) {
case GSM48_LUPD_NORMAL:
rate_ctr_inc(&conn->network->msc_ctrs->ctr[MSC_CTR_LOC_UPDATE_TYPE_NORMAL]);
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
vlr_lu_type = VLR_LU_TYPE_REGULAR;
break;
case GSM48_LUPD_IMSI_ATT:
rate_ctr_inc(&conn->network->msc_ctrs->ctr[MSC_CTR_LOC_UPDATE_TYPE_ATTACH]);
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
vlr_lu_type = VLR_LU_TYPE_IMSI_ATTACH;
break;
case GSM48_LUPD_PERIODIC:
rate_ctr_inc(&conn->network->msc_ctrs->ctr[MSC_CTR_LOC_UPDATE_TYPE_PERIODIC]);
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
vlr_lu_type = VLR_LU_TYPE_PERIODIC;
break;
}
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
/* TODO: 10.5.1.6 MS Classmark for UMTS / Classmark 2 */
/* TODO: 10.5.3.14 Aditional update parameters (CS fallback calls) */
/* TODO: 10.5.7.8 Device properties */
/* TODO: 10.5.1.15 MS network feature support */
refactor log ctx for vlr_subscr and ran_conn ran_conn_get_conn_id(): instead of a talloc allocated string, return a static buffer in ran_conn_get_conn_id(). So far this function had no callers. Refactor ran_conn_update_id() API: during early L3-Complete, when no subscriber is associated yet, update the FSM Id by the MI type seen in the L3 Complete message: ran_conn_update_id_from_mi(). Later on set the vsub and re-update. Call vlr.ops->subscr_update when the TMSI is updated, so that log context includes the TMSI from then on. Enrich context for vlr_subscr_name and ran_conn fi name. Include all available information in vlr_subscr_name(); instead of either IMSI or MSISDN or TMSI, print all of them when present. Instead of a short log, rather have more valuable context. A context info would now look like: Process_Access_Request_VLR(IMSI-901700000014706:MSISDN-2023:TMSI-0x08BDE4EC:GERAN-A-3:PAGING_RESP) It does get quite long, but ensures easy correlation of any BSSAP / IuCS messages with log output, especially if multiple subscribers are busy at the same time. Print TMSI and TMSInew in uppercase hexadecimal, which is the typical representation in the telecom world. When showing the RAN conn id GERAN_A-00000017 becomes GERAN-A-23 - We usually write the conn_id in decimal. - Leading zeros are clutter and might suggest hexadecimal format. - 'GERAN-A' and 'UTRAN-Iu' are the strings defined by osmo_rat_type_name(). Depends: I7798c3ef983c2e333b2b9cbffef6f366f370bd81 (libosmocore) Depends: Ica25919758ef6cba8348da199b0ae7e0ba628798 (libosmocore) Change-Id: I66a68ce2eb8957a35855a3743d91a86299900834
4 years ago
mi_type = lu->mi[0] & GSM_MI_TYPE_MASK;
gsm48_mi_to_string(mi_string, sizeof(mi_string), lu->mi, lu->mi_len);
switch (mi_type) {
case GSM_MI_TYPE_IMSI:
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
tmsi = GSM_RESERVED_TMSI;
imsi = mi_string;
break;
case GSM_MI_TYPE_TMSI:
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
tmsi = tmsi_from_string(mi_string);
imsi = NULL;
break;
default:
LOG_RAN_CONN_CAT(conn, DMM, LOGL_ERROR, "unknown mobile identity type\n");
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
tmsi = GSM_RESERVED_TMSI;
imsi = NULL;
break;
}
gsm48_decode_lai2(&lu->lai, &old_lai);
new_lai.plmn = conn->network->plmn;
mscsplit: various preparations to separate MSC from BSC Disable large parts of the code that depend on BSC presence. The code sections disabled by #if BEFORE_MSCSPLIT shall be modified or dropped in the course of adding the A-interface. Don't set msg->lchan nor msg->dst. Don't use lchan in libmsc. Decouple lac from bts. Prepare entry/exit point for MSC -> BSC and MSC -> RNC communication: Add msc_ifaces.[hc], a_iface.c, with a general msc_tx_dtap() to redirect to different interfaces depending on the actual subscriber connection. While iu_tx() is going to be functional fairly soon, the a_tx() is going to be just a dummy for some time (see comment). Add Iu specific fields in gsm_subscriber_connection: the UE connection pointer and an indicator for the Integrity Protection status on Iu (to be fully implemented in later commits). Add lac member to gsm_subscriber_connection, to allow decoupling from bts->location_area_code. The conn->lac will actually be set in iu.c in an upcoming commit ("add iucs.[hc]"). move to libcommon-cs: gsm48_extract_mi(), gsm48_paging_extract_mi(). libmsc: duplicate gsm0808 / gsm48 functions (towards BSC). In osmo-nitb, libmsc would directly call the functions on the BSC level, not always via the bsc_api. When separating libmsc from libbsc, some functions are missing from the linkage. Hence duplicate these functions to libmsc, add an msc_ prefix for clarity, also add a _tx to gsm0808_cipher_mode(): * add msc_gsm0808_tx_cipher_mode() (dummy/stub) * add msc_gsm48_tx_mm_serv_ack() * add msc_gsm48_tx_mm_serv_rej() Call these from libmsc instead of * gsm0808_cipher_mode() * gsm48_tx_mm_serv_ack() * gsm48_tx_mm_serv_rej() Also add a comment related to msc_gsm0808_tx_cipher_mode() in two places. Remove internal RTP streaming code; OsmoNITB supported that, but for OsmoMSC, this will be done with an external MGCP gateway. Remove LCHAN_MODIFY from internal MNCC state machine. Temporarily disable all paging to be able to link libmsc without libbsc. Skip the paging part of channel_test because the paging is now disabled. Employ fake paging shims in order for msc_vlr_tests to still work. msc_compl_l3(): publish in .h, tweak return value. Use new libmsc enum values for return val, to avoid dependency on libbsc headers. Make callable from other scopes: publish in osmo_msc.h and remove 'static' in osmo_msc.c add gsm_encr to subscr_conn move subscr_request to gsm_subscriber.h subscr_request_channel() -> subscr_request_conn() move to libmsc: osmo_stats_vty_add_cmds() gsm_04_08: remove apply_codec_restrictions() gsm0408_test: use NULL for root ctx move to libbsc: gsm_bts_neighbor() move to libbsc: lchan_next_meas_rep() move vty config for t3212 to network level (periodic lu) remove unneccessary linking from some tests remove handle_abisip_signal() abis_rsl.c: don't use libvlr from libbsc gsm_subscriber_connection: put the LAC here, so that it is available without accessing conn->bts. In bsc_api.c, place this lac in conn for the sake of transition: Iu and A will use this new field to pass the LAC around, but in a completely separate OsmoBSC this is not actually needed. It can be removed again from osmo-bsc.git when the time has come. Siemens MRPCI: completely drop sending the MRPCI messages for now, they shall be added in osmo-bsc once the A-Interface code has settled. See OS#2389. Related: OS#1845 OS#2257 OS#2389 Change-Id: Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c
6 years ago
new_lai.lac = conn->lac;
LOG_RAN_CONN_CAT(conn, DMM, LOGL_DEBUG, "LU/new-LAC: %u/%u\n", old_lai.lac, new_lai.lac);
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
is_utran = (conn->via_ran == OSMO_RAT_UTRAN_IU);
lu_fsm = vlr_loc_update(conn->fi,
RAN_CONN_E_ACCEPTED, RAN_CONN_E_CN_CLOSE, NULL,
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
net->vlr, conn, vlr_lu_type, tmsi, imsi,
&old_lai, &new_lai,
is_utran || conn->network->authentication_required,
is_utran || conn->network->a5_encryption_mask > 0x01,
lu->key_seq,
store classmark in vlr_subscr, not conn Store all Classmark information in the VLR. So, we now always know the Classmark 1 (mandatory IE for LU). This is visible in the msc_vlr_tests -- they no longer indicate "assuming A5/1 is supported" because classmark 1 is missing, because we now know the Classmark 1. Rationale: During Location Updating, we receive Classmark 1; during CM Service Request and Paging Response, we receive Classmark 2. So far we stored these only for the duration of the conn, so as soon as a LU is complete, we would forget CM1. In other words, for anything else than a LU Request, we had no Classmark 1 available at all. During Ciphering Mode Command, we rely on Classmark 1 to determine whether A5/1 is supported. That is moot if we don't even have a Classmark 1 for any CM Service Request or Paging Response initiated connections. The only reason that A5/1 worked is that we assume A5/1 to work if Classmark 1 is missing. To add to the confusion, if a phone indicated that it did *not* support A5/1 in the Classmark 1, according to spec we're supposed to not service it at all. A code comment however says that we instead want to heed the flag -- which so far was only present in a Location Updating initiated connection. Now we can make this decision without assuming things. This got my attention while hacking on sending a BSSMAP Classmark Request from the MSC if it finds missing Classmark information, and was surprised to see it it lacking CM1 to decide about A5/1. Change-Id: I27081bf6e9e017923b2d02607f7ea06beddad82a
4 years ago
classmark1_is_r99(&lu->classmark1),
is_utran,
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
net->vlr->cfg.assign_tmsi);
if (!lu_fsm) {
LOG_RAN_CONN(conn, LOGL_ERROR, "Can't start LU FSM\n");
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
return 0;
}
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
/* From vlr_loc_update() we expect an implicit dispatch of
* VLR_ULA_E_UPDATE_LA, and thus we expect msc_vlr_subscr_assoc() to
* already have been called and completed. Has an error occured? */
if (!conn->vsub || conn->vsub->lu_fsm != lu_fsm) {
LOG_RAN_CONN(conn, LOGL_ERROR, "internal error during Location Updating attempt\n");
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
return -EIO;
}
store classmark in vlr_subscr, not conn Store all Classmark information in the VLR. So, we now always know the Classmark 1 (mandatory IE for LU). This is visible in the msc_vlr_tests -- they no longer indicate "assuming A5/1 is supported" because classmark 1 is missing, because we now know the Classmark 1. Rationale: During Location Updating, we receive Classmark 1; during CM Service Request and Paging Response, we receive Classmark 2. So far we stored these only for the duration of the conn, so as soon as a LU is complete, we would forget CM1. In other words, for anything else than a LU Request, we had no Classmark 1 available at all. During Ciphering Mode Command, we rely on Classmark 1 to determine whether A5/1 is supported. That is moot if we don't even have a Classmark 1 for any CM Service Request or Paging Response initiated connections. The only reason that A5/1 worked is that we assume A5/1 to work if Classmark 1 is missing. To add to the confusion, if a phone indicated that it did *not* support A5/1 in the Classmark 1, according to spec we're supposed to not service it at all. A code comment however says that we instead want to heed the flag -- which so far was only present in a Location Updating initiated connection. Now we can make this decision without assuming things. This got my attention while hacking on sending a BSSMAP Classmark Request from the MSC if it finds missing Classmark information, and was surprised to see it it lacking CM1 to decide about A5/1. Change-Id: I27081bf6e9e017923b2d02607f7ea06beddad82a
4 years ago
conn->vsub->classmark.classmark1 = lu->classmark1;
conn->vsub->classmark.classmark1_set = true;
ran_conn_complete_layer_3(conn);
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
return 0;
}
/* Turn int into semi-octet representation: 98 => 0x89 */
Use libvlr in libmsc (large refactoring) Original libvlr code is by Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org>, polished and tweaked by Neels Hofmeyr <nhofmeyr@sysmocom.de>. This is a long series of trial-and-error development collapsed in one patch. This may be split in smaller commits if reviewers prefer that. If we can keep it as one, we have saved ourselves the additional separation work. SMS: The SQL based lookup of SMS for attached subscribers no longer works since the SQL database no longer has the subscriber data. Replace with a round-robin on the SMS recipient MSISDNs paired with a VLR subscriber RAM lookup whether the subscriber is currently attached. If there are many SMS for not-attached subscribers in the SMS database, this will become inefficient: a DB hit returns a pending SMS, the RAM lookup will reveal that the subscriber is not attached, after which the DB is hit for the next SMS. It would become more efficient e.g. by having an MSISDN based hash list for the VLR subscribers and by marking non-attached SMS recipients in the SMS database so that they can be excluded with the SQL query already. There is a sanity limit to do at most 100 db hits per attempt to find a pending SMS. So if there are more than 100 stored SMS waiting for their recipients to actually attach to the MSC, it may take more than one SMS queue trigger to deliver SMS for subscribers that are actually attached. This is not very beautiful, but is merely intended to carry us over to a time when we have a proper separate SMSC entity. Introduce gsm_subscriber_connection ref-counting in libmsc. Remove/Disable VTY and CTRL commands to create subscribers, which is now a task of the OsmoHLR. Adjust the python tests accordingly. Remove VTY cmd subscriber-keep-in-ram. Use OSMO_GSUP_PORT = 4222 instead of 2222. See I4222e21686c823985be8ff1f16b1182be8ad6175. So far use the LAC from conn->bts, will be replaced by conn->lac in Id3705236350d5f69e447046b0a764bbabc3d493c. Related: OS#1592 OS#1974 Change-Id: I639544a6cdda77a3aafc4e3446a55393f60e4050
7 years ago
/* FIXME: libosmocore/libosmogsm */
static uint8_t bcdify(uint8_t value)
{
uint8_t ret;
ret = value / 10;
ret |= (value % 10) << 4;
return ret;
}
/* Generate a message buffer that contains a valid MM info message,
* See also 3GPP TS 24.008, chapter 9.2.15a */
struct msgb *gsm48_create_mm_info(struct gsm_network *net)
{
struct msgb *msg = gsm48_msgb_alloc_name("GSM 04.08 MM INF");
struct gsm48_hdr *gh;
uint8_t *ptr8;
int name_len, name_pad;
time_t cur_t;
struct tm* gmt_time;