DEVELOPMENT HACK: Our current HLR does not support 3G authentication tokens. A
new HLR/VLR implementation is being developed. Until it is ready and actual
milenage authentication is properly supported, we are hardcoding a fixed Ki and
use 2G auth.
In gsm48_gmm_sendmsg(), redirect to iu_tx() for both cases of MM context
present or not.
In gsm48_rx_gmm_att_req(), compose an MM context marked as Iu for messages
coming in from a ue_conn_ctx (passed in msg->dst). Also make sure cid is
initialized to avoid introducing a compiler warning.
In gsm48_rx_gmm_ra_upd_req(), look up an Iu MM context based on the presence of
the ue_conn_ctx in msg->dst.
In sgsn-test, add libiu and libasn1c, libosmo-sigtran, libosmo-ranap, which are
now needed for an --enable-iu build.
For Iu connections, msg->dst will point to the ue_conn_ctx, and we need to make
sure to keep msg->dst intact when copying from/to msgb and from/to MM context.
Bit 4 is reserved in 3GPP TS 04.08 so exclude it from the type.
In 3GPP TS 24.008 it indicates if a follow-on request is pending by the
MS, but only in Iu mode. According to the spec it is not required to
react to that request with a follow-on proceed so this field can be
ignored for now.
See 3GPP TS 24.008 Ch. 4.4:
"Unless it has specific permission from the network (follow-on proceed)
the mobile station side should await the release of the RR connection
used for a MM specific procedure before a new MM specific procedure or
MM connection establishment is started."
as well as Ch. 220.127.116.11:
"If the network wishes to prolong the RR connection to allow the mobile
station to initiate MM connection establishment (for example if the
mobile station has indicated in the LOCATION UPDATING REQUEST that it
has a follow-on request pending) the network shall send "follow on
proceed" in the LOCATION UPDATING ACCEPT and start timer T3255."
With this commit the already existing XID mechanism has been
modified to suit the needs for the upcomming SNDCP-XID patches.
This commit should not break anything since it does not alter
the current behaviour (incoming XID is still just echoed, on
GMM-Reset a basic XID message is still echoed)
For some reason gprs_sndcp.h is located in src/gprs. This commit moves
gprs_sndcp.h to include/openbsc and fixes the include path in
gprs_sndcp.c and gprs_sndcp_vty.c
The lle-xid encoder/decoder is needed to encode and decode llc
xid parameter messages. We need this to exchange sndcp-parameters
(SNDCP-XID) and also simple parameters such as encryption IOVs
In rsl_lchan_mark_broken(), call rsl_lchan_set_state() so the state transition
gets logged in the debug log.
Remove logging for the broken channel at the callers, instead log the error
actually in rsl_lchan_mark_broken() itself, with the reason message passed by
the caller anyway. (Removes code dup and ensures it's always logged.)
Actually schedule an activation timer for the activation part of a dyn TS
switchover. It needs to be restarted because the channel release procedure in
the first part of a switchover actually removes the activation timer.
The dyn_ts_switchover_*() functions made the impression that they act on a
specific lchan of a timeslot. The assumption that we would remember to use e.g.
lchan across a PDCH deactivation is brain damaged to begin with; and
factually we always use lchan anyway (the only case for using lchan would
be when switching to TCH/H, but the channel allocator will always return
lchan for that).
Instead of the brain damaged lchan args, use a ts arg across all
dyn_ts_switchover_*() functions, with one exception: The
dyn_ts_switchover_complete() actually receives an RSL activation ack message on
a specific lchan and needs to evaluate its lchan type. This will always be
lchan as it is now, but we should stick with the lchan the message was sent
For PDCH, a check to use lchan already existed, when composing the ACT
message in rsl_chan_activate_lchan_as_pdch(). Replace with an assertion.
Adjust all callers to pass ts instead of lchan.
In dyn_ts_switchover_start(), there was a dead code check that jumps to
switchover_complete() in case the pchan already matches. This never hits,
because we only call dyn_ts_switchover_start() when pchans mismatch. So avoid
guessing at passing lchan to dyn_ts_switchover_complete() by not calling it
at all but logging an error instead.
In rsl_chan_activate_lchan(), we remember some values before going into
switchover from PDCH. Explicitly store them in lchan, because after a PDCH
release we have always and will activate no other than lchan.
In dyn_ts_switchover_continue(), move the check for any existing lchan->rqd_ref
further above, and more correctly check all lchans that were so far valid on
the TS, instead of just one.
This partly prepares for a subsequent commit to fix the act_timer use for dyn
TS: with the old lchan arg, we might schedule an activation timer on lchan
but receive an ack on lchan (for PDCH), leading to an act_timer expiry.
new counters are:
The ip payload bytes are waiting for payload compression
because those data are known then.
For TCH/F_TCH/H_PDCH dynamic timeslots, the ts->pchan does not lead to a
meaningful value from the subslots_per_pchan array. Use the ts_subslots()
function instead, which checks for dyn pchan.
Add web application exposing Control Interface over web. All of SET, GET
and TRAP are fully supported.
Notice: TRAP is converted into 'Server-sent events' according to RFC
6202, see also https://www.w3.org/TR/eventsource/ - this requires
Due to use of special prefix modified version of python
eventsource-client is necessary ATM.
Add get_var and set_var functions which handle requested variable while
checking for proper response and id. Split header handling into separate
According to documentation for Control Interface Protocol <id> is "A
numeric identifier, uniquely identifying this particular operation",
hence it's best to be illustrated with random integer - use it as
Fix override of id with previously used python-specific objects' id.
Commit ec1b5a0e9e introduced an unset cbits
value for the 'special hack for BCCH', where I break out of the switch
without setting cbits. Fix that.
Also remove the comment part that says 'return 0', because I don't return 0.
In https://gerrit.osmocom.org/589 , msuraev reports an assertion on octphy.
So disable this recently added assertion until we clarify the invocation in
Many years ago, there was no difference between the libbsc support for
nanobts and sysmobts. However, this is not the case for a long time
anymore, and there are some specifics in OsmoNITB when it comes to
sysmobts. Let's have an example config file