Add dyn_pdch_init() in new file bsc_dyn_pdch.c (new file to avoid linking
issues; bsc_init.c would create undefined references, and putting in a new file
is the easiest solution).
Call dyn_pdch_init() from nm_statechg_event() whenever a TS is enabled.
Revert the |= TS_F_PDCH_MODE chunk from previous commit, since this flag will
now be set after dyn_pdch_init() sent out the PDCH ACT and when subsequently
the PDCH ACT ACK messages are received in rsl_rx_pdch_act_ack().
Since it is planned to use struct gsm_subscriber to manage subscriber
data in the SGSN, this file which contains the generic subscriber
related methods is moved to libcommon.
Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
Currently libcommon depends on libbsc, because gsm_network_init
(libcommon/gsm_data.c) directly calls gsm_net_update_ctype
This patch moves gsm_network_init to a new file libbsc/net_init.c.
Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
The support has been implemented for an old model, we were told that
newer versions would be made incompatible with OpenBSC. Ther are
various warnings in the code and coverity has found some new ones.
Just remove the code as we don't know of anyone using this code.
I saw the old copy of the "Appendix J" code too late and I have
discovered some quirks and I am more familar with my implementation.
Most noticable 'w' only needs to be as big as the input arfcn but
requires the 'w' to be initialized. The power_of_2 implementation
differs as well (mine matches the output of wirehsark).
The f0 could be chosen in a better way but right now picking
the lower bound is the easiest. It is not clear if to use
modulo if the range is chosen in the middle. This can be improved
in the future. Right now I have no bit fiddling for range128, 256
and 1024 as I was running out of time.
so far, osmo-bts/sysmobts used to be entered as "sysmobts" type in the
configuration file. However, there are some differences in the
protocol/behaviour and we should reflect that by a new BTS plugin (with
lots of code reuse from the nanobts driver).
The daemons set up nanoBTS and HSL femto sockets by default, ie. the
three sockets to support these two drivers are open even if we have
no BTS of that kind.
This patch enables on-demand socket creation, ie. we only enable them
if we have one BTS at least that requires it.
I added two new attributes to the gsm_bts object, they are:
* the start() function includes the code that we need to run to start
the BTS. This new function contains the socket creation in the
particular case of nanoBTS and HSL femto.
* the started boolean, which is used to know if we have already
started the BTS, ie. we have already invoked start().
Note that, I have splitted the bts_model_*_init() function into two
functions, the _init() functions that register the BTS driver
and the _start() functions that start BTS driver on-demand.
While I was at it, I added several changes/cleanups to this patch:
* Group all bts_model_*_init() calls into one function bts_init(),
which is called in the initialization path of osmo-nitb and
* Add openbsc/bss.h that contains the declaration of
bsc_bootstrap_network, bsc_shutdown_net and bts_init.
* Add missing e1inp_init() in osmo-bsc.
* Fix missing declaration of hsl_setup in openbsc/e1_input.h
libosmogsm is a new library that is distributed in the libosmocore.
Now, openbsc depends on it. This patch gets openbsc with this
This patch also rewrites all include path to the new
Signed-off-by: Pablo Neira Ayuso <email@example.com>