For MO-forwardSM and MT-forwardSM request messages, OsmoHLR applies routing based on the SMSC address for MO or based on the IMSI for MT. However, reply messages following these requests are routed passively based on the destination_name IE. This passive message routing path requires the source_name IE to be set as well - implement this source_name setting. Related: OS#6135 Change-Id: I0b7f4760bdce8a38d43d3860086c6dfb7b390701
osmo-msc - Osmocom MSC Implementation
This repository contains a C-language implementation of a GSM Mobile Switching Centre (MSC) for 2G (GSM) and 3G (UMTS). It is part of the Osmocom Open Source Mobile Communications project.
- A over IP towards BSCs (e.g. OsmoBSC): 3GPP AoIP or SCCPlite
- IuCS over IP towards RNCs / HNBGW (e.g. osmo-hnbgw)
- The Osmocom typical telnet VTY and CTRL interfaces.
- The Osmocom typical statsd exporter.
- mobility management
- call control (either via built-in MNCC handler or external osmo-sip-connector)
- USSD (exposed via GSUP)
- SMS (either via built-in SMSC or external via GSUP)
You can clone from the official osmo-msc.git repository using
git clone https://gitea.osmocom.org/cellular-infrastructure/osmo-msc
There is a web interface at https://gitea.osmocom.org/cellular-infrastructure/osmo-msc
User Manuals and VTY reference manuals are [optionally] built in PDF form as part of the build process.
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Our coding standards are described at https://osmocom.org/projects/cellular-infrastructure/wiki/Coding_standards
We us a gerrit based patch submission/review process for managing contributions. Please see https://osmocom.org/projects/cellular-infrastructure/wiki/Gerrit for more details
The current patch queue for osmo-msc can be seen at https://gerrit.osmocom.org/#/q/project:osmo-msc+status:open
OsmoMSC originated from the OsmoNITB project, which started as a minimalistic all-in-one implementation of the GSM Network. In 2017, OsmoNITB had reached maturity and diversity (including M3UA SIGTRAN and 3G support in the form of IuCS and IuPS interfaces) that naturally lead to a separation of the all-in-one approach to fully independent separate programs as in typical GSM networks.
OsmoMSC was one of the parts split off from the old openbsc.git.