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Old obsolete OpenBSC and OsmoSGSN HLR Management web Interface (OOHMI)
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Alton MacDonald 624ac1f766
improved setup.py
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hlr_mgmt bug-fix: welcome message not being sent to customer whom return from roaming 9 years ago
.gitignore added unit tests and updated documentation 10 years ago
CHANGES.txt Initial osmocom release 10 years ago
COPYING.txt Initial osmocom release 10 years ago
MANIFEST.in Initial osmocom release 10 years ago
README.txt improved setup.py 9 years ago
development.ini Initial osmocom release 10 years ago
osmocom-oohmi added unit tests and updated documentation 10 years ago
production.ini Initial osmocom release 10 years ago
setup.cfg added unit tests and updated documentation 10 years ago
setup.py improved setup.py 9 years ago



1) View BSC and SGSN Statistics
	* View Channel and Data Usage
	* See running versions
2) Administer Subscribers
	* Authorize IMSIs dynamically
	* Authorize IMSIs based on IMEI identification
	* Name IMSI and IMEI for easily identification
3) Send SMS
	* Send SMS to individual subscribers
	* Broadcast SMS to attached subscribers (useful for notifying about system upgrade)
4) Administer BTS Settings
	* View BTS IP address for easy debugging access
	* Change physical channgel configuration for allocating Voice and Data channels as needed
5) Management Scripts
	* In case of failure, the backend services can be restarted from the web interface.
		Supported init.d scripts are:
			* LCR
			* Asterisk
			* GSGN
			* OpenBSC
			* OsmoSGSN
6) Additional Scripts
	* SubscriberMonitor: Welcome message to new or returning roaming subscribers
	* RegisterIMEI: script for individually authorizing subscribers.
		Its easier to have OpenBSC scan the network for the current IMEI-IMSI relationship and authorize a SIM card in a device than finding out the IMSI manually.
		User only enters IMEI and the script does the rest
	* both scripts are managed by hlr_mgmt module and can also be run individually from the command line

Installation & Configuration:

1) Customize the init file to suit your settings. Lines of particular interest are shown below:

		# OpenBSC Settings
		settings['provider'] = '<<Provider Name>>'
		settings['db'] = '/etc/openbsc/hlr.sqlite3'
		settings['bsc_ip'] = ""
		settings['sgsn_ip'] = ""
		settings['bsc_port'] = 4242
		settings['sgsn_port'] = 4245
	If you can produce custom SIM cards with your own MCC/MNC for use in your local network,
	you can add your Provider Details at the end of hlr_mgmt/mcc_mnc.csv following the format:

2) Install osmo-oohmi. This installation process resolves all the required dependencies and sets up its init scripts.

	sudo python setup.py install

3) Verify installation:

	python setup.py nosetests

	If the above command generates errors, try to fix these before running the software

4) Run the Server for the first time:
	/etc/init.d/osmocom-oohmi start
		the server can also be invoked manually as shown below
		cd /etc/openbsc/
		# pserve is a nice python daemonizing function, customize the execution of the hlr_mgmt module by changing runtime flags.
		pserve --help
		pserve production.ini start

5) Access the Web Interface