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remove further files and autotest/autoconf bits irrelevant to osmo-msc

Change-Id: I68e879e7474cbd3dd053f23bc4d5d22dc2748c5b
Harald Welte 5 years ago
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AM_CONDITIONAL(BUILD_SMPP, test "x$osmo_ac_build_smpp" = "xyes")
# Enable/disable transcoding within osmo-bsc_mgcp?
AC_ARG_ENABLE([mgcp-transcoding], [AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-mgcp-transcoding], [Build the MGCP gateway with internal transcoding enabled.])],
AC_ARG_WITH([g729], [AS_HELP_STRING([--with-g729], [Enable G.729 encoding/decoding.])], [osmo_ac_with_g729="$withval"],[osmo_ac_with_g729="no"])
# Enable/disable 3G aka IuPS + IuCS support?
AC_ARG_ENABLE([iu], [AS_HELP_STRING([--enable-iu], [Build 3G support, aka IuPS and IuCS interfaces])],


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/* GTP Hub Implementation */
/* (C) 2015 by sysmocom s.f.m.c. GmbH <>
* All Rights Reserved
* Author: Neels Hofmeyr
* 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
* 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 <>.
#pragma once
#include <stdint.h>
#include <sys/socket.h>
#include <osmocom/core/select.h>
#include <osmocom/core/timer.h>
#include <osmocom/core/rate_ctr.h>
#include <osmocom/msc/gprs_sgsn.h>
/* support */
/* TODO move to osmocom/core/socket.c ? */
#include <netdb.h> /* for IPPROTO_* etc */
struct osmo_sockaddr {
struct sockaddr_storage a;
socklen_t l;
/* TODO move to osmocom/core/socket.c ? */
/*! \brief Initialize a sockaddr
* \param[out] addr Valid osmo_sockaddr pointer to write result to
* \param[in] family Address Family like AF_INET, AF_INET6, AF_UNSPEC
* \param[in] type Socket type like SOCK_DGRAM, SOCK_STREAM
* \param[in] proto Protocol like IPPROTO_TCP, IPPROTO_UDP
* \param[in] host Remote host name or IP address in string form
* \param[in] port Remote port number in host byte order
* \returns 0 on success, otherwise an error code (from getaddrinfo()).
* Copy the first result from a getaddrinfo() call with the given parameters to
* *addr and *addr_len. On error, do not change *addr and return nonzero.
int osmo_sockaddr_init(struct osmo_sockaddr *addr,
uint16_t family, uint16_t type, uint8_t proto,
const char *host, uint16_t port);
/* Conveniently pass AF_UNSPEC, SOCK_DGRAM and IPPROTO_UDP to
* osmo_sockaddr_init(). */
static inline int osmo_sockaddr_init_udp(struct osmo_sockaddr *addr,
const char *host, uint16_t port)
return osmo_sockaddr_init(addr, AF_UNSPEC, SOCK_DGRAM, IPPROTO_UDP,
host, port);
/*! \brief convert sockaddr to human readable string.
* \param[out] addr_str Valid pointer to a buffer of length addr_str_len.
* \param[in] addr_str_len Size of buffer addr_str points at.
* \param[out] port_str Valid pointer to a buffer of length port_str_len.
* \param[in] port_str_len Size of buffer port_str points at.
* \param[in] addr Binary representation as returned by osmo_sockaddr_init().
* \param[in] flags flags as passed to getnameinfo().
* \returns 0 on success, an error code on error.
* Return the IPv4 or IPv6 address string and the port (a.k.a. service) string
* representations of the given struct osmo_sockaddr in two caller provided
* char buffers. Flags of (NI_NUMERICHOST | NI_NUMERICSERV) return numeric
* address and port. Either one of addr_str or port_str may be NULL, in which
* case nothing is returned there.
* See also osmo_sockaddr_to_str() (less flexible, but much more convenient). */
int osmo_sockaddr_to_strs(char *addr_str, size_t addr_str_len,
char *port_str, size_t port_str_len,
const struct osmo_sockaddr *addr,
int flags);
/*! \brief concatenate the parts returned by osmo_sockaddr_to_strs().
* \param[in] addr Binary representation as returned by osmo_sockaddr_init().
* \param[in] buf A buffer to use for string operations.
* \param[in] buf_len Length of the buffer.
* \returns Address string (in buffer).
* Compose a string of the numeric IP-address and port represented by *addr of
* the form "<ip-addr> port <port>". The returned string is valid until the
* next invocation of this function.
const char *osmo_sockaddr_to_strb(const struct osmo_sockaddr *addr,
char *buf, size_t buf_len);
/*! \brief conveniently return osmo_sockaddr_to_strb() in a static buffer.
* \param[in] addr Binary representation as returned by osmo_sockaddr_init().
* \returns Address string in static buffer.
* See osmo_sockaddr_to_strb().
* Note: only one osmo_sockaddr_to_str() call will work per print/log
* statement. For two or more, use osmo_sockaddr_to_strb() with a separate
* buffer each.
const char *osmo_sockaddr_to_str(const struct osmo_sockaddr *addr);
/*! \brief compare two osmo_sockaddr.
* \param[in] a The first address to compare.
* \param[in] b The other address to compare.
* \returns 0 if equal, otherwise -1 or 1.
int osmo_sockaddr_cmp(const struct osmo_sockaddr *a,
const struct osmo_sockaddr *b);
/*! \brief Overwrite *dst with *src.
* Like memcpy(), but copy only the valid bytes. */
void osmo_sockaddr_copy(struct osmo_sockaddr *dst,
const struct osmo_sockaddr *src);
/* general */
enum gtphub_plane_idx {
enum gtphub_side_idx {
#define for_each_side(I) for (I = 0; I < GTPH_SIDE_N; I++)
#define for_each_plane(I) for (I = 0; I < GTPH_PLANE_N; I++)
#define for_each_side_and_plane(I,J) for_each_side(I) for_each_plane(J)
static inline int other_side_idx(int side_idx)
return (side_idx + 1) & 1;
extern const char* const gtphub_plane_idx_names[GTPH_PLANE_N];
extern const uint16_t gtphub_plane_idx_default_port[GTPH_PLANE_N];
extern const char* const gtphub_side_idx_names[GTPH_SIDE_N];
/* A host address in the form that is expected in the 7.7.32 GSN Address IE.
* len is either 4 (IPv4) or 16 (IPv6), any other value is invalid. If no
* address is set, len shall be 0. */
struct gsn_addr {
uint16_t len;
uint8_t buf[16];
void gsn_addr_copy(struct gsn_addr *gsna, const struct gsn_addr *src);
int gsn_addr_from_str(struct gsn_addr *gsna, const char *numeric_addr_str);
/* Return gsna in numeric string form, in a static buffer. */
const char *gsn_addr_to_str(const struct gsn_addr *gsna);
/* note: strbuf_len doesn't need to be larger than INET6_ADDRSTRLEN + 1. */
const char *gsn_addr_to_strb(const struct gsn_addr *gsna,
char *strbuf, int strbuf_len);
/* Return 1 on match, zero otherwise. */
int gsn_addr_same(const struct gsn_addr *a, const struct gsn_addr *b);
/* Decode sa to gsna. Return 0 on success. If port is non-NULL, the port number
* from sa is also returned. */
int gsn_addr_from_sockaddr(struct gsn_addr *gsna, uint16_t *port,
const struct osmo_sockaddr *sa);
/* expiry */
struct expiring_item;
typedef void (*del_cb_t)(struct expiring_item *);
struct expiring_item {
struct llist_head entry;
time_t expiry;
del_cb_t del_cb;
struct expiry {
int expiry_in_seconds;
struct llist_head items;
/* Initialize an expiry queue. */
void expiry_init(struct expiry *exq, int expiry_in_seconds);
/* Add a new mapping, or restart the expiry timeout for an already listed
* mapping. */
void expiry_add(struct expiry *exq, struct expiring_item *item, time_t now);
/* Initialize to all-empty; must be called before using the item in any way. */
void expiring_item_init(struct expiring_item *item);
/* Remove the given item from its expiry queue, and call item->del_cb, if set.
* This sets item->del_cb to NULL and is harmless when run a second time on the
* same item, so the del_cb may choose to call this function, too, to allow
* deleting items from several code paths. */
void expiring_item_del(struct expiring_item *item);
/* Carry out due expiry of mappings. Must be invoked regularly.
* 'now' is the current clock count in seconds and must correspond to the clock
* count passed to nr_map_add(). A monotonous clock counter should be used. */
int expiry_tick(struct expiry *exq, time_t now);
/* Expire all items. */
void expiry_clear(struct expiry *exq);
/* number map */
/* A number map assigns a "random" mapped number to each user provided number.
* If the same number is requested multiple times, the same mapped number is
* returned.
* Number maps plug into possibly shared pools and expiry queues, for example:
* mapA -----------+-> pool1 <-+-- mapB
* {10->1, 11->5} | {1, 2, 3, ...} | {10->2, 11->3}
* | |
* | |
* /-> \-> expiry1 <-/
* | (30 seconds)
* |
* mapC -------+-----> pool2 <-+-- mapD
* {10->1, 11->3} {1, 2, 3, ...} | {10->2, 11->5}
* |
* expiry2 <-/
* (60 seconds)
* A map contains mappings ("10->1"). Each map needs a number pool, which can
* be shared with other maps. Each new mapping receives a number from the pool,
* which is then unavailable to any other map using the same pool.
* A map may point at an expiry queue, in which case all mappings added to it
* are also appended to the expiry queue (using a separate llist entry in the
* mapping). Any number of maps may submit to the same expiry queue, if they
* desire the same expiry timeout. An expiry queue stores the mappings in
* chronological order, so that expiry checking is needed only from the start
* of the queue; hence only mappings with identical expiry timeout can be added
* to the same expiry queue. Upon expiry, a mapping is dropped from the map it
* was submitted at. expiry_tick() needs to be called regularly for each expiry
* queue.
* A nr_mapping can be embedded in a larger struct: each mapping can have a
* distinct destructor (del_cb), and each del_cb can figure out the container
* struct's address and free that upon expiry or manual deletion. So in expiry
* queues (and even maps), mappings of different container types can be mixed.
* This can help to drastically reduce the amount of unnecessary visits during
* expiry checking, for the case that no expiry is pending. An expiry queue
* always knows which mappings to expire next, because they are right at the
* start of its list.
* Mapping allocation and a del_cb are provided by the caller. If del_cb is
* NULL, no deallocation will be done (allowing statically allocated entries).
typedef unsigned int nr_t;
/* Generator for unused numbers. So far this counts upwards from zero, but the
* implementation may change in the future. Treat this like an opaque struct.
* If this becomes random, the tests need to be fixed. */
struct nr_pool {
nr_t last_nr;
nr_t nr_min;
nr_t nr_max;
struct nr_mapping {
struct llist_head entry;
struct expiring_item expiry_entry;
void *origin;
nr_t orig;
nr_t repl;
struct nr_map {
struct nr_pool *pool; /* multiple nr_maps can share a nr_pool. */
struct expiry *add_items_to_expiry;
struct llist_head mappings;
void nr_pool_init(struct nr_pool *pool, nr_t nr_min, nr_t nr_max);
/* Return the next unused number from the nr_pool. */
nr_t nr_pool_next(struct nr_pool *pool);
/* Initialize the nr_mapping to zero/empty values. */
void nr_mapping_init(struct nr_mapping *mapping);
/* Remove the given mapping from its parent map and expiry queue, and call
* mapping->del_cb, if set. */
void nr_mapping_del(struct nr_mapping *mapping);
/* Initialize an (already allocated) nr_map, and set the map's number pool.
* Multiple nr_map instances may use the same nr_pool. Set the nr_map's expiry
* queue to exq, so that all added mappings are automatically expired after the
* time configured in exq. exq may be NULL to disable automatic expiry. */
void nr_map_init(struct nr_map *map, struct nr_pool *pool,
struct expiry *exq);
/* Add a new entry to the map. mapping->orig, mapping->origin and
* mapping->del_cb must be set before calling this function. The remaining
* fields of *mapping will be overwritten. mapping->repl is set to the next
* available mapped number from map->pool. 'now' is the current clock count in
* seconds; if no map->expiry is used, just pass 0 for 'now'. */
void nr_map_add(struct nr_map *map, struct nr_mapping *mapping,
time_t now);
/* Restart the timeout for the given mapping. mapping must be a member of map.
void nr_map_refresh(struct nr_map *map, struct nr_mapping *mapping,
time_t now);
/* Return a known mapping from nr_orig and the given origin. If nr_orig is
* unknown, return NULL. */
struct nr_mapping *nr_map_get(const struct nr_map *map,
void *origin, nr_t nr_orig);
/* Return a known mapping to nr_repl. If nr_repl is unknown, return NULL. */
struct nr_mapping *nr_map_get_inv(const struct nr_map *map, nr_t nr_repl);
/* Remove all mappings from map. */
void nr_map_clear(struct nr_map *map);
/* Return 1 if map has no entries, 0 otherwise. */
int nr_map_empty(const struct nr_map *map);
/* config */
static const int GTPH_EXPIRE_QUICKLY_SECS = 30; /* TODO is there a spec for this? */
static const int GTPH_EXPIRE_SLOWLY_MINUTES = 6 * 60; /* TODO is there a spec for this? */
struct gtphub_cfg_addr {
const char *addr_str;
uint16_t port;
struct gtphub_cfg_bind {
struct gtphub_cfg_addr bind;
struct gtphub_cfg {
struct gtphub_cfg_bind to_gsns[GTPH_SIDE_N][GTPH_PLANE_N];
struct gtphub_cfg_addr proxy[GTPH_SIDE_N][GTPH_PLANE_N];
int sgsn_use_sender; /* Use sender, not GSN addr IE with std ports */
/* state */
struct gtphub_peer {
struct llist_head entry;
struct llist_head addresses; /* Alternatives, not load balancing. */
struct nr_pool seq_pool;
struct nr_map seq_map;
struct gtphub_peer_addr {
struct llist_head entry;
struct gtphub_peer *peer;
struct gsn_addr addr;
struct llist_head ports;
struct gtphub_peer_port {
struct llist_head entry;
struct gtphub_peer_addr *peer_addr;
uint16_t port;
unsigned int ref_count; /* references from other peers' seq_maps */
struct osmo_sockaddr sa; /* a "cache" for (peer_addr->addr, port) */
int last_restart_count; /* 0..255 = valid, all else means unknown */
struct rate_ctr_group *counters_io;
struct gtphub_tunnel_endpoint {
struct gtphub_peer_port *peer;
uint32_t tei_orig; /* from/to peer */
struct rate_ctr_group *counters_io;
struct gtphub_tunnel {
struct llist_head entry;
struct expiring_item expiry_entry;
uint32_t tei_repl; /* unique TEI to replace peers' TEIs */
struct gtphub_tunnel_endpoint endpoint[GTPH_SIDE_N][GTPH_PLANE_N];
struct gtphub_bind {
struct gsn_addr local_addr;
uint16_t local_port;
struct osmo_fd ofd;
/* list of struct gtphub_peer */
struct llist_head peers;
const char *label; /* For logging */
struct rate_ctr_group *counters_io;
struct gtphub_resolved_ggsn {
struct llist_head entry;
struct expiring_item expiry_entry;
/* The APN OI, the Operator Identifier, is the combined address,
* including parts of the IMSI and APN NI, and ending with ".gprs". */
char apn_oi_str[GSM_APN_LENGTH];
/* Which address and port we resolved that to. */
struct gtphub_peer_port *peer;
struct gtphub {
struct gtphub_bind to_gsns[GTPH_SIDE_N][GTPH_PLANE_N];
/* pointers to an entry of to_gsns[s][p].peers */
struct gtphub_peer_port *proxy[GTPH_SIDE_N][GTPH_PLANE_N];
/* The TEI numbers will simply wrap and be reused, which will work out
* in practice. Problems would arise if one given peer maintained the
* same TEI for a time long enough for the TEI nr map to wrap an entire
* uint32_t; if a new TEI were mapped every second, this would take
* more than 100 years (in which a single given TEI must not time out)
* to cause a problem. */
struct nr_pool tei_pool;
struct llist_head tunnels; /* struct gtphub_tunnel */
struct llist_head pending_deletes; /* opaque (gtphub.c) */
struct llist_head ggsn_lookups; /* opaque (gtphub_ares.c) */
struct llist_head resolved_ggsns; /* struct gtphub_resolved_ggsn */
struct osmo_timer_list gc_timer;
struct expiry expire_quickly;
struct expiry expire_slowly;
uint8_t restart_counter;
int sgsn_use_sender;
struct gtp_packet_desc;
/* api */
int gtphub_vty_init(struct gtphub *global_hub, struct gtphub_cfg *global_cfg);
int gtphub_cfg_read(struct gtphub_cfg *cfg, const char *config_file);
/* Initialize and start gtphub: bind to ports, run expiry timers. */
int gtphub_start(struct gtphub *hub, struct gtphub_cfg *cfg,
uint8_t restart_counter);
/* Close all sockets, expire all maps and peers and free all allocations. The
* struct is then unusable, unless gtphub_start() is run on it again. */
void gtphub_stop(struct gtphub *hub);
time_t gtphub_now(void);
/* Remove expired items, empty peers, ... */
void gtphub_gc(struct gtphub *hub, time_t now);
/* Return the string of the first address for this peer. */
const char *gtphub_peer_str(struct gtphub_peer *peer);
/* Return a human readable description of tun in a static buffer. */
const char *gtphub_tunnel_str(struct gtphub_tunnel *tun);
/* Return 1 if all of tun's endpoints are fully established, 0 otherwise. */
int gtphub_tunnel_complete(struct gtphub_tunnel *tun);
int gtphub_handle_buf(struct gtphub *hub,
unsigned int side_idx,
unsigned int port_idx,
const struct osmo_sockaddr *from_addr,
uint8_t *buf,
size_t received,
time_t now,
uint8_t **reply_buf,
struct osmo_fd **to_ofd,
struct osmo_sockaddr *to_addr);
struct gtphub_peer_port *gtphub_port_have(struct gtphub *hub,
struct gtphub_bind *bind,
const struct gsn_addr *addr,
uint16_t port);
struct gtphub_peer_port *gtphub_port_find_sa(const struct gtphub_bind *bind,
const struct osmo_sockaddr *addr);
void gtphub_resolved_ggsn(struct gtphub *hub, const char *apn_oi_str,
struct gsn_addr *resolved_addr,
time_t now);
const char *gtphub_port_str(struct gtphub_peer_port *port);
int gtphub_write(const struct osmo_fd *to,
const struct osmo_sockaddr *to_addr,
const uint8_t *buf, size_t buf_len);


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