open5gs configs: remove comments

A lot of these comments got outdated with recent config changes
in the related PR. Instead of syncing the comments again and having a
big diff, remove the comments once and then only have diffs of
actual config changes in future patches. This will make it easier to
maintain these configs.

Related: https://github.com/open5gs/open5gs/pull/2739
Change-Id: I67c2a198b9682e15e23a466380e62a976e6236cd
This commit is contained in:
Oliver Smith 2023-11-22 14:05:25 +01:00
parent 48ef15bd63
commit 71a4f4c9ac
7 changed files with 16 additions and 2973 deletions

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#
# o Set OGS_LOG_INFO to all domain level
# - If `level` is omitted, the default level is OGS_LOG_INFO)
# - If `domain` is omitted, the all domain level is set from 'level'
# (Default values are used, so no configuration is required)
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_ERROR to all domain level
# - `level` can be set with none, fatal, error, warn, info, debug, trace
# logger:
# level: error
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_DEBUG to mme/emm domain level
# logger:
# level: debug
# domain: mme,emm
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_TRACE to all domain level
# logger:
# level: trace
# domain: core,sbi,ausf,event,tlv,mem,sock
#
# See https://github.com/open5gs/open5gs/blob/main/configs/open5gs/smf.yaml.in
logger:
level: info
#
# o TLS enable/disable
# sbi:
# server|client:
# no_tls: false|true
# - false: (Default) Use TLS
# - true: TLS disabled
#
# o Verification enable/disable
# sbi:
# server|client:
# no_verify: false|true
# - false: (Default) Verify the PEER
# - true: Skip the verification step
#
# o Server-side does not use TLS
# sbi:
# server:
# no_tls: true
#
# o Client-side skips the verification step
# sbi:
# client:
# no_verify: true
# key: /etc/open5gs/tls/amf.key
# cert: /etc/open5gs/tls/amf.crt
#
# o Use the specified certificate while verifying the client
# sbi:
# server
# cacert: /etc/open5gs/tls/ca.crt
#
# o Use the specified certificate while verifying the server
# sbi:
# client
# cacert: /etc/open5gs/tls/ca.crt
#
sbi:
server:
no_tls: true
@ -70,525 +15,6 @@ sbi:
key: /etc/open5gs/tls/smf.key
cert: /etc/open5gs/tls/smf.crt
#
# <SBI Server>
#
# o SBI Server(http://<all address available>:80)
# sbi:
# server:
# no_tls: true
# smf:
# sbi:
#
# o SBI Server(http://<any address>:7777)
# sbi:
# server:
# no_tls: true
# smf:
# sbi:
# - addr:
# - 0.0.0.0
# - ::0
# port: 7777
#
# o SBI Server(https://<all address available>:443)
# sbi:
# server:
# key: /etc/open5gs/tls/smf.key
# cert: /etc/open5gs/tls/smf.crt
# smf:
# sbi:
#
# o SBI Server(https://127.0.0.4:443, https://[::1]:443) without verification
# sbi:
# server:
# no_verify: true
# key: /etc/open5gs/tls/smf.key
# cert: /etc/open5gs/tls/smf.crt
# smf:
# sbi:
# - addr: 127.0.0.4
# - addr: ::1
#
# o SBI Server(https://smf.open5gs.org:443)
# Use the specified certificate while verifying the client
#
# sbi:
# server:
# cacert: /etc/open5gs/tls/ca.crt
# key: /etc/open5gs/tls/smf.key
# cert: /etc/open5gs/tls/smf.crt
# smf:
# sbi:
# - name: smf.open5gs.org
#
# o SBI Server(http://127.0.0.4:7777)
# sbi:
# server:
# no_tls: true
# smf:
# sbi:
# - addr: 127.0.0.4
# port: 7777
#
# o SBI Server(http://<eth0 IP address>:80)
# sbi:
# server:
# no_tls: true
# smf:
# sbi:
# - dev: eth0
#
# o Provide custom SBI address to be advertised to NRF
# sbi:
# server:
# no_tls: true
# smf:
# sbi:
# - dev: eth0
# advertise: open5gs-smf.svc.local
#
# o Another example of advertising on NRF
# sbi:
# server:
# no_tls: true
# smf:
# sbi:
# - addr: localhost
# advertise:
# - 127.0.0.99
# - ::1
#
# o SBI Option (Default)
# - tcp_nodelay : true
# - so_linger.l_onoff : false
#
# sbi:
# server:
# no_tls: true
# smf:
# sbi:
# addr: 127.0.0.4
# option:
# tcp_nodelay: false
# so_linger:
# l_onoff: true
# l_linger: 10
#
#
# <NF Service>
#
# o NF Service Name(Default : all NF services available)
# smf:
# service_name:
#
# o NF Service Name(Only some NF services are available)
# smf:
# service_name:
# - nsmf-pdusession
#
# <NF Discovery Query Parameter>
#
# o (Default) If you do not set Query Parameter as shown below,
#
# sbi:
# server:
# no_tls: true
# smf:
# sbi:
# - addr: 127.0.0.4
# port: 7777
#
# - 'service-names' is included.
#
# o Service-Names are not included
# sbi:
# server:
# no_tls: true
# smf:
# sbi:
# - addr: 127.0.0.4
# port: 7777
# discovery:
# option:
# no_service_names: false
#
# o To remove 'service-names' from URI query parameters in NS Discovery
# no_service_names: true
#
# * For Indirect Communication with Delegated Discovery,
# 'service-names' is always included in the URI query parameter.
# * That is, 'no_service_names' has no effect.
#
# <For Indirect Communication with Delegated Discovery>
#
# o (Default) If you do not set Delegated Discovery as shown below,
#
# sbi:
# server:
# no_tls: true
# smf:
# sbi:
# - addr: 127.0.0.4
# port: 7777
#
# - Use SCP if SCP available. Otherwise NRF is used.
# => App fails if both NRF and SCP are unavailable.
#
# sbi:
# server:
# no_tls: true
# smf:
# sbi:
# - addr: 127.0.0.4
# port: 7777
# discovery:
# delegated: auto
#
# o To use SCP always => App fails if no SCP available.
# delegated: yes
#
# o Don't use SCP server => App fails if no NRF available.
# delegated: no
#
# <PFCP Server>
#
# o PFCP Server(127.0.0.4:8805, ::1:8805)
# smf:
# pfcp:
# - addr: 127.0.0.4
# - addr: ::1
#
# o PFCP-U Server(127.0.0.1:2152, [::1]:2152)
# smf:
# pfcp:
# name: localhost
#
# o PFCP Option (Default)
# - so_bindtodevice : NULL
#
# smf:
# pfcp:
# addr: 127.0.0.4
# option:
# so_bindtodevice: vrf-blue
#
# <GTP-C Server>
#
# o GTP-C Server(127.0.0.4:2123, [fd69:f21d:873c:fa::3]:2123)
# smf:
# gtpc:
# addr:
# - 127.0.0.4
# - fd69:f21d:873c:fa::3
#
# o On SMF, Same configuration
# (127.0.0.4:2123, [fd69:f21d:873c:fa::3]:2123).
# smf:
# gtpc:
# - addr: 127.0.0.4
# - addr: fd69:f21d:873c:fa::3
#
# o GTP-C Option (Default)
# - so_bindtodevice : NULL
#
# smf:
# gtpc:
# addr: 127.0.0.4
# option:
# so_bindtodevice: vrf-blue
#
# <GTP-U Server>>
#
# o GTP-U Server(127.0.0.4:2152, [::1]:2152)
# smf:
# gtpu:
# - addr: 127.0.0.4
# - addr: ::1
#
# o GTP-U Server(127.0.0.1:2152, [::1]:2152)
# smf:
# gtpu:
# name: localhost
#
# o GTP-U Option (Default)
# - so_bindtodevice : NULL
#
# smf:
# gtpu:
# addr: 127.0.0.4
# option:
# so_bindtodevice: vrf-blue
#
# <Metrics Server>
#
# o Metrics Server(http://<any address>:9090)
# smf:
# metrics:
# - addr: 0.0.0.0
# port: 9090
#
# <Subnet for UE Pool>
#
# o IPv4 Pool
# smf:
# subnet:
# addr: 10.45.0.1/16
#
# o IPv4/IPv6 Pool
# smf:
# subnet:
# - addr: 10.45.0.1/16
# - addr: 2001:db8:cafe::1/48
#
#
# o Specific DNN/APN(e.g 'ims') uses 10.46.0.1/16, 2001:db8:babe::1/48
# ; If the UE has unknown DNN/APN(not internet/ims), SMF/UPF will crash.
#
# smf:
# subnet:
# - addr: 10.45.0.1/16
# dnn: internet
# - addr: 2001:db8:cafe::1/48
# dnn: internet
# - addr: 10.46.0.1/16
# dnn: ims
# - addr: 2001:db8:babe::1/48
# dnn: ims
#
# o Specific DNN/APN with the FALLBACK SUBNET(10.47.0.1/16)
# ; Note that put the FALLBACK SUBNET last to avoid SMF/UPF crash.
#
# smf:
# subnet:
# - addr: 10.45.0.1/16
# dnn: internet
# - addr: 10.46.0.1/16
# dnn: ims
# - addr: 10.50.0.1/16 ## FALLBACK SUBNET
#
# o Pool Range Sample
# smf:
# subnet:
# - addr: 10.45.0.1/24
# range: 10.45.0.100-10.45.0.200
#
# smf:
# subnet:
# - addr: 10.45.0.1/24
# range:
# - 10.45.0.5-10.45.0.50
# - 10.45.0.100-
#
# smf:
# subnet:
# - addr: 10.45.0.1/24
# range:
# - -10.45.0.200
# - 10.45.0.210-10.45.0.220
#
# smf:
# subnet:
# - addr: 10.45.0.1/16
# range:
# - 10.45.0.100-10.45.0.200
# - 10.45.1.100-10.45.1.200
# - addr: 2001:db8:cafe::1/48
# range:
# - 2001:db8:cafe:a0::0-2001:db8:cafe:b0::0
# - 2001:db8:cafe:c0::0-2001:db8:cafe:d0::0
#
# <Domain Name Server>
#
# o Primary/Secondary can be configured. Others are ignored.
#
# smf:
# dns:
# - 8.8.8.8
# - 8.8.4.4
# - 2001:4860:4860::8888
# - 2001:4860:4860::8844
#
# <MTU Size>
#
# o Provisioning a limit on the size of the packets sent by the MS
# to avoid packet fragmentation in the backbone network
# between the MS and the GGSN/PGW and/or across the (S)Gi reference point)
# when some of the backbone links does not support
# packets larger then 1500 octets
#
# <P-CSCF>
#
# o Proxy Call Session Control Function
#
# smf:
# p-cscf:
# - 127.0.0.1
# - ::1
#
# <CTF>
#
# o Gy interface parameters towards OCS.
# o enabled:
# o auto: Default. Use Gy only if OCS available among Diameter peers
# o yes: Use Gy always;
# reject subscribers if no OCS available among Diameter peers
# o no: Don't use Gy interface if there is an OCS available
#
# smf:
# ctf:
# enabled: auto|yes|no
#
#
# <SMF Selection - 5G Core only>
# 1. SMF sends SmfInfo(S-NSSAI, DNN, TAI) to the NRF
# 2. NRF responds to AMF with SmfInfo during NF-Discovery.
# 3. AMF selects SMF based on S-NSSAI, DNN and TAI in SmfInfo.
#
# Note that if there is no SmfInfo, any AMF can select this SMF.
#
# o S-NSSAI[SST:1] and DNN[internet] - At least 1 DNN is required in S-NSSAI
# smf:
# info:
# - s_nssai:
# - sst: 1
# dnn:
# - internet
#
# o S-NSSAI[SST:1 SD:009000] and DNN[internet or ims]
# smf:
# info:
# - s_nssai:
# - sst: 1
# sd: 009000
# dnn:
# - internet
# - ims
#
# o S-NSSAI[SST:1] and DNN[internet] and TAI[PLMN-ID:99970 TAC:1]
# smf:
# info:
# - s_nssai:
# - sst: 1
# dnn:
# - internet
# tai:
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 999
# mnc: 70
# tac: 1
#
# o If any of conditions below are met:
# - S-NSSAI[SST:1] and DNN[internet] and TAI[PLMN-ID:99970 TAC:1-9]
# - S-NSSAI[SST:2 SD:000080] and DNN[internet or ims]
# - S-NSSAI[SST:4] and DNN[internet] and TAI[PLMN-ID:99970 TAC:10-20,30-40]
#
# smf:
# info:
# - s_nssai:
# - sst: 1
# dnn:
# - internet
# tai:
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 999
# mnc: 70
# range:
# - 1-9
# - s_nssai:
# - sst: 2
# sd: 000080
# dnn:
# - internet
# - ims
# - s_nssai:
# - sst: 4
# dnn:
# - internet
# tai:
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 999
# mnc: 70
# range:
# - 10-20
# - 30-40
#
# o Complex Example
# smf:
# info:
# - s_nssai:
# - sst: 1
# dnn:
# - internet
# - sst: 1
# sd: 000080
# dnn:
# - internet
# - ims
# - sst: 1
# sd: 009000
# dnn:
# [internet, ims]
# - sst: 2
# dnn:
# - internet
# - sst: 3
# sd: 123456
# dnn:
# - internet
# tai:
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 999
# mnc: 70
# tac: [1, 2, 3]
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 999
# mnc: 70
# tac: 4
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 999
# mnc: 70
# tac:
# - 5
# - 6
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 999
# mnc: 70
# range:
# - 100-200
# - 300-400
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 999
# mnc: 70
# range:
# - 500-600
# - 700-800
# - 900-1000
# - s_nssai:
# - sst: 4
# dnn:
# - internet
# tai:
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 999
# mnc: 70
# tac: 99
#
# <Security Indication - 5G Core only>
#
# According to 3GPP TS38.413 Section 9.3.1.27,
# Security Indication IE may be instructed to 5G gNB.
#
# If you set the security_indication in smf.yaml,
# this information is delivered using PDU Session Resource Request Transfer IE
#
# smf:
# security_indication:
# integrity_protection_indication: required|preferred|not-needed
# confidentiality_protection_indication: required|preferred|not-needed
# maximum_integrity_protected_data_rate_uplink: bitrate64kbs|maximum-UE-rate
# maximum_integrity_protected_data_rate_downlink: bitrate64kbs|maximum-UE-rate
#
smf:
sbi:
- addr: 172.18.3.201
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enabled: auto
freeDiameter: /data/freediameter.conf
#
# <SBI Client>>
#
# o SBI Client(http://127.0.1.10:7777)
# sbi:
# client:
# no_tls: true
# scp:
# sbi:
# addr: 127.0.1.10
# port: 7777
#
# o SBI Client(https://127.0.1.10:443, https://[::1]:443) without verification
# sbi:
# client:
# no_verify: true
# key: /etc/open5gs/tls/amf.key
# cert: /etc/open5gs/tls/amf.crt
# scp:
# sbi:
# - addr: 127.0.1.10
# - addr: ::1
#
# o SBI Client(https://scp.open5gs.org:443)
# Use the specified certificate while verifying the server
#
# sbi:
# client:
# cacert: /etc/open5gs/tls/ca.crt
# key: /etc/open5gs/tls/amf.key
# cert: /etc/open5gs/tls/amf.crt
# scp:
# sbi:
# - name: scp.open5gs.org
#
# o SBI Client(http://[fd69:f21d:873c:fb::1]:80)
# If prefer_ipv4 is true, http://127.0.1.10:80 is selected.
#
# sbi:
# client:
# no_tls: true
# scp:
# sbi:
# addr:
# - 127.0.1.10
# - fd69:f21d:873c:fb::1
#
# o SBI Option (Default)
# - tcp_nodelay : true
# - so_linger.l_onoff : false
#
# sbi:
# client:
# no_tls: true
# scp:
# sbi:
# addr: 127.0.1.10
# option:
# tcp_nodelay: false
# so_linger:
# l_onoff: true
# l_linger: 10
#
#
scp:
sbi:
- addr: 127.0.1.10
port: 7777
#
# <SBI Client>>
#
# o SBI Client(http://127.0.0.10:7777)
# sbi:
# client:
# no_tls: true
# nrf:
# sbi:
# addr: 127.0.0.10
# port: 7777
#
# o SBI Client(https://127.0.0.10:443, https://[::1]:443) without verification
# sbi:
# client:
# no_verify: true
# key: /etc/open5gs/tls/amf.key
# cert: /etc/open5gs/tls/amf.crt
# nrf:
# sbi:
# - addr: 127.0.0.10
# - addr: ::1
#
# o SBI Client(https://nrf.open5gs.org:443)
# Use the specified certificate while verifying the server
#
# sbi:
# client:
# cacert: /etc/open5gs/tls/ca.crt
# key: /etc/open5gs/tls/amf.key
# cert: /etc/open5gs/tls/amf.crt
# nrf:
# sbi:
# - name: nrf.open5gs.org
#
# o SBI Client(http://[fd69:f21d:873c:fa::1]:80)
# If prefer_ipv4 is true, http://127.0.0.10:80 is selected.
#
# sbi:
# addr:
# - 127.0.0.10
# - fd69:f21d:873c:fa::1
#
# o SBI Option (Default)
# - tcp_nodelay : true
# - so_linger.l_onoff : false
#
# sbi:
# client:
# no_tls: true
# nrf:
# sbi:
# addr: 127.0.0.10
# option:
# tcp_nodelay: false
# so_linger:
# l_onoff: true
# l_linger: 10
#
nrf:
sbi:
- addr:
- 172.18.3.201
port: 7777
#
# <PFCP Client>>
#
# o PFCP Client(127.0.0.7:8805)
# upf:
# pfcp:
# addr: 127.0.0.7
#
# <UPF Selection>
#
# o Round-Robin
# (note that round robin can be disabled for a particular node
# by setting flag 'rr' to 0)
#
# upf:
# pfcp:
# - addr: 127.0.0.7
# - addr: 127.0.0.12
# rr: 0
# - addr: 127.0.0.19
#
# o UPF selection by eNodeB TAC
# (either single TAC or multiple TACs, DECIMAL representation)
#
# upf:
# pfcp:
# - addr: 127.0.0.7
# tac: 1
# - addr: 127.0.0.12
# tac: [3,5,8]
#
# o UPF selection by UE's DNN/APN (either single DNN/APN or multiple DNNs/APNs)
#
# upf:
# pfcp:
# - addr: 127.0.0.7
# dnn: ims
# - addr: 127.0.0.12
# dnn: [internet, web]
#
# o UPF selection by CellID(e_cell_id: 28bit, nr_cell_id: 36bit)
# (either single enb_id or multiple enb_ids, HEX representation)
#
# upf:
# pfcp:
# - addr: 127.0.0.7
# e_cell_id: 463
# - addr: 127.0.0.12
# nr_cell_id: [123456789, 9413]
#
upf:
pfcp:
- addr: 172.18.3.222
#
# o Disable use of IPv4 addresses (only IPv6)
# parameter:
# no_ipv4: true
#
# o Disable use of IPv6 addresses (only IPv4)
# parameter:
# no_ipv6: true
#
# o Prefer IPv4 instead of IPv6 for estabishing new GTP connections.
# parameter:
# prefer_ipv4: true
#
# o Disable selection of UPF PFCP in Round-Robin manner
# parameter:
# no_pfcp_rr_select: true
#
# o Legacy support for pre-release LTE 11 devices
# - Omits adding local address in packet filters for compatibility
# parameter:
# no_ipv4v6_local_addr_in_packet_filter: true
#
parameter:
#
# o Maximum Number of UE
# max:
# ue: 1024
#
# o Maximum Number of Peer(S1AP/NGAP, DIAMETER, GTP, PFCP or SBI)
# max:
# peer: 64
#
# o Maximum Number of GTP peer nodes per SGWC/SMF
# max:
# gtp_peer: 64
#
max:
#
# o NF Instance Heartbeat (Default : 0)
# NFs will not send heart-beat timer in NFProfile
# NRF will send heart-beat timer in NFProfile
# (Default values are used, so no configuration is required)
#
# o NF Instance Heartbeat (20 seconds)
# NFs will send heart-beat timer (20 seconds) in NFProfile
# NRF can change heart-beat timer in NFProfile
# time:
# nf_instance:
# heartbeat: 20
#
# o Message Wait Duration (Default : 10,000 ms = 10 seconds)
# (Default values are used, so no configuration is required)
#
# o Message Wait Duration (3000 ms)
# time:
# message:
# duration: 3000
#
# o Handover Wait Duration (Default : 300 ms)
# Time to wait for SMF to send
# PFCP Session Modification Request(Remove Indirect Tunnel) to the UPF
# after sending Nsmf_PDUSession_UpdateSMContext Response(hoState:COMPLETED)
# (Default values are used, so no configuration is required)
#
# o Handover Wait Duration (500ms)
# time:
# handover:
# duration: 500
time:

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#
# o Set OGS_LOG_INFO to all domain level
# - If `level` is omitted, the default level is OGS_LOG_INFO)
# - If `domain` is omitted, the all domain level is set from 'level'
# (Default values are used, so no configuration is required)
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_ERROR to all domain level
# - `level` can be set with none, fatal, error, warn, info, debug, trace
# logger:
# level: error
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_DEBUG to mme/emm domain level
# logger:
# level: debug
# domain: mme,emm
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_TRACE to all domain level
# logger:
# level: trace
# domain: core,sbi,ausf,event,tlv,mem,sock
#
# See https://github.com/open5gs/open5gs/blob/main/configs/open5gs/upf.yaml.in
logger:
level: info
#
# <PFCP Server>
#
# o PFCP Server(127.0.0.7:8805, ::1:8805)
# upf:
# pfcp:
# - addr: 127.0.0.7
# - addr: ::1
#
# o PFCP-U Server(127.0.0.1:2152, [::1]:2152)
# upf:
# pfcp:
# name: localhost
#
# o PFCP Option (Default)
# - so_bindtodevice : NULL
#
# upf:
# pfcp:
# addr: 127.0.0.7
# option:
# so_bindtodevice: vrf-blue
#
# <GTP-U Server>>
#
# o GTP-U Server(127.0.0.7:2152, [::1]:2152)
# upf:
# gtpu:
# - addr: 127.0.0.7
# - addr: ::1
#
# o GTP-U Server(127.0.0.1:2152, [::1]:2152)
# upf:
# gtpu:
# name: localhost
#
# o User Plane IP Resource information
# upf:
# gtpu:
# - addr:
# - 127.0.0.7
# - ::1
# teid_range_indication: 4
# teid_range: 10
# network_instance: internet
# source_interface: 0
# - addr: 127.0.10.4
# teid_range_indication: 4
# teid_range: 5
# network_instance: ims
# source_interface: 1
#
# o Provide custom UPF GTP-U address to be advertised inside NGAP messages
# upf:
# gtpu:
# - addr: 10.4.128.21
# advertise: 172.24.15.30
#
# upf:
# gtpu:
# - addr: 10.4.128.21
# advertise:
# - 127.0.0.1
# - ::1
#
# upf:
# gtpu:
# - addr: 10.4.128.21
# advertise: upf1.5gc.mnc001.mcc001.3gppnetwork.org
#
# upf:
# gtpu:
# - dev: ens3
# advertise: upf1.5gc.mnc001.mcc001.3gppnetwork.org
#
# o GTP-U Option (Default)
# - so_bindtodevice : NULL
#
# upf:
# gtpu:
# addr: 127.0.0.7
# option:
# so_bindtodevice: vrf-blue
#
# <Subnet for UE network>
#
# Note that you need to setup your UE network using TUN device.
# (ogstun, ogstun2, ogstunX, ..)
#
# o IPv4 Pool
# $ sudo ip addr add 10.45.0.1/16 dev ogstun
#
# upf:
# subnet:
# addr: 10.45.0.1/16
#
# o IPv4/IPv6 Pool
# $ sudo ip addr add 10.45.0.1/16 dev ogstun
# $ sudo ip addr add 2001:db8:cafe::1/48 dev ogstun
#
# upf:
# subnet:
# - addr: 10.45.0.1/16
# - addr: 2001:db8:cafe::1/48
#
#
# o Specific DNN/APN(e.g 'ims') uses 10.46.0.1/16, 2001:db8:babe::1/48
# All other APNs use 10.45.0.1/16, 2001:db8:cafe::1/48
# $ sudo ip addr add 10.45.0.1/16 dev ogstun
# $ sudo ip addr add 10.46.0.1/16 dev ogstun
# $ sudo ip addr add 2001:db8:cafe::1/48 dev ogstun
# $ sudo ip addr add 2001:db8:babe::1/48 dev ogstun
#
# ; If the UE has unknown DNN/APN(not internet/ims), SMF/UPF will crash.
#
# upf:
# subnet:
# - addr: 10.45.0.1/16
# dnn: internet
# - addr: 2001:db8:cafe::1/48
# dnn: internet
# - addr: 10.46.0.1/16
# dnn: ims
# - addr: 2001:db8:babe::1/48
# dnn: ims
#
# o Specific DNN/APN with the FALLBACK SUBNET(10.47.0.1/16)
# ; Note that put the FALLBACK SUBNET last to avoid SMF/UPF crash.
#
# upf:
# subnet:
# - addr: 10.45.0.1/16
# dnn: internet
# - addr: 10.46.0.1/16
# dnn: ims
# - addr: 10.50.0.1/16 ## FALLBACK SUBNET
#
# o Multiple Devices (default: ogstun)
# $ sudo ip addr add 10.45.0.1/16 dev ogstun
# $ sudo ip addr add 2001:db8:cafe::1/48 dev ogstun2
# $ sudo ip addr add 10.46.0.1/16 dev ogstun3
# $ sudo ip addr add 2001:db8:babe::1/48 dev ogstun3
#
# upf:
# subnet:
# - addr: 10.45.0.1/16
# dnn: internet
# - addr: 2001:db8:cafe::1/48
# dnn: internet
# dev: ogstun2
# - addr: 10.46.0.1/16
# dnn: ims
# dev: ogstun3
# - addr: 2001:db8:babe::1/48
# dnn: ims
# dev: ogstun3
#
# <Metrics Server>
#
# o Metrics Server(http://<any address>:9090)
# upf:
# metrics:
# - addr: 0.0.0.0
# port: 9090
#
upf:
pfcp:
- addr: 172.18.3.222
@ -209,54 +25,12 @@ upf:
dnn: inet46
dev: ogstun46
#
# <PFCP Client>>
#
# o PFCP Client(127.0.0.4:8805)
# smf:
# pfcp:
# addr: 127.0.0.4
#
smf:
pfcp:
- addr: 172.18.3.201
#
# o Number of output streams per SCTP associations.
# parameter:
# sctp_streams: 30
#
# o Disable use of IPv4 addresses (only IPv6)
# parameter:
# no_ipv4: true
#
# o Disable use of IPv6 addresses (only IPv4)
# parameter:
# no_ipv6: true
#
# o Prefer IPv4 instead of IPv6 for estabishing new GTP connections.
# parameter:
# prefer_ipv4: true
#
parameter:
#
# o Maximum Number of UE
# max:
# ue: 1024
#
# o Maximum Number of Peer(S1AP/NGAP, DIAMETER, GTP, PFCP or SBI)
# max:
# peer: 64
#
max:
#
# o Message Wait Duration (Default : 10,000 ms = 10 seconds)
# (Default values are used, so no configuration is required)
#
# o Message Wait Duration (3000 ms)
# time:
# message:
# duration: 3000
time:

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# See https://github.com/open5gs/open5gs/blob/main/configs/open5gs/hss.yaml.in
db_uri: mongodb://172.18.3.103/open5gs
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_INFO to all domain level
# - If `level` is omitted, the default level is OGS_LOG_INFO)
# - If `domain` is omitted, the all domain level is set from 'level'
# (Default values are used, so no configuration is required)
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_ERROR to all domain level
# - `level` can be set with none, fatal, error, warn, info, debug, trace
# logger:
# level: error
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_DEBUG to mme/emm domain level
# logger:
# level: debug
# domain: mme,emm
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_TRACE to all domain level
# logger:
# level: trace
# domain: core,sbi,ausf,event,tlv,mem,sock
#
logger:
level: trace
hss:
freeDiameter: /data/freediameter.conf
#
# hss:
# sms_over_ims: "sip:smsc.mnc001.mcc001.3gppnetwork.org:7060;transport=tcp"
#
#
# o Disable use of IPv4 addresses (only IPv6)
# parameter:
# no_ipv4: true
#
# o Disable use of IPv6 addresses (only IPv4)
# parameter:
# no_ipv6: true
#
# o Prefer IPv4 instead of IPv6 for estabishing new GTP connections.
# parameter:
# prefer_ipv4: true
#
# o Use MongoDB Change Stream
# parameter:
# use_mongodb_change_stream: true
#
parameter:
#
# o Maximum Number of UE
# max:
# ue: 1024
#
# o Maximum Number of Peer(S1AP/NGAP, DIAMETER, GTP, PFCP or SBI)
# max:
# peer: 64
#
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#
# o Set OGS_LOG_INFO to all domain level
# - If `level` is omitted, the default level is OGS_LOG_INFO)
# - If `domain` is omitted, the all domain level is set from 'level'
# (Default values are used, so no configuration is required)
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_ERROR to all domain level
# - `level` can be set with none, fatal, error, warn, info, debug, trace
# logger:
# level: error
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_DEBUG to mme/emm domain level
# logger:
# level: debug
# domain: mme,emm
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_TRACE to all domain level
# logger:
# level: trace
# domain: core,sbi,ausf,event,tlv,mem,sock
#
# See https://github.com/open5gs/open5gs/blob/main/configs/open5gs/mme.yaml.in
logger:
level: info
#
# <S1AP Server>>
#
# o S1AP Server(all address available)
# mme:
# s1ap:
#
# o S1AP Server(0.0.0.0:36412)
# mme:
# s1ap:
# addr: 0.0.0.0
#
# o S1AP Server(127.0.0.2:36412, [::1]:36412)
# mme:
# s1ap:
# - addr: 127.0.0.2
# - addr: ::1
#
# o S1AP Server(different port)
# mme:
# s1ap:
# - addr: 127.0.0.2
# port: 36413
#
# o S1AP Server(address available in `eth0` interface)
# mme:
# s1ap:
# dev: eth0
#
# o S1AP Option (Default)
# - sctp_nodelay : true
# - so_linger.l_onoff : false
#
# mme:
# s1ap:
# addr: 127.0.0.2
# option:
# stcp_nodelay: false
# so_linger:
# l_onoff: true
# l_linger: 10
#
# o S1AP SCTP Option (Default)
# - spp_hbinterval : 5000 (5secs)
# - spp_sackdelay : 200 (200ms)
# - srto_initial : 3000 (3secs)
# - srto_min : 1000 (1sec)
# - srto_max : 5000 (5secs)
# - sinit_num_ostreams : 30
# - sinit_max_instreams : 65535
# - sinit_max_attempts : 4
# - sinit_max_init_timeo : 8000(8secs)
#
# mme:
# s1ap:
# addr: 127.0.0.2
# option:
# sctp:
# spp_hbinterval : 5000
# spp_sackdelay : 200
# srto_initial : 3000
# srto_min : 1000
# srto_max : 5000
# sinit_num_ostreams : 30
# sinit_max_instreams : 65535
# sinit_max_attempts : 4
# sinit_max_init_timeo : 8000
#
# <GTP-C Server>>
#
# o GTP-C Server(all address available)
# mme:
# gtpc:
#
# o GTP-C Server(127.0.0.2:2123, [::1]:2123)
# mme:
# gtpc:
# - addr: 127.0.0.2
# - addr: ::1
#
# <SGsAP>
#
# o Single MSC/VLR(127.0.0.2)
# mme:
# sgsap:
# addr: 127.0.0.2
# map:
# tai:
# plmn_id:
# mcc: 001
# mnc: 01
# tac: 4130
# lai:
# plmn_id:
# mcc: 001
# mnc: 01
# lac: 43690
# map:
# tai:
# plmn_id:
# mcc: 002
# mnc: 02
# tac: 4132
# lai:
# plmn_id:
# mcc: 002
# mnc: 02
# lac: 43692
#
# o Multiple MSC/VLR
# mme:
# sgsap:
# - addr: 127.0.0.2
# port: 29119
# map:
# tai:
# plmn_id:
# mcc: 001
# mnc: 01
# tac: 4131
# lai:
# plmn_id:
# mcc: 001
# mnc: 01
# lac: 43691
# map:
# tai:
# plmn_id:
# mcc: 002
# mnc: 02
# tac: 4132
# lai:
# plmn_id:
# mcc: 002
# mnc: 02
# lac: 43692
# - addr
# - 127.0.0.4
# - fd69:f21d:873c:fa::2
# map:
# tai:
# plmn_id:
# mcc: 001
# mnc: 01
# tac: 4132
# lai:
# plmn_id:
# mcc: 002
# mnc: 02
# lac: 43692
# - name: msc.open5gs.org
# map:
# tai:
# plmn_id:
# mcc: 001
# mnc: 01
# tac: 4133
# lai:
# plmn_id:
# mcc: 002
# mnc: 02
# lac: 43693
#
# <Metrics Server>
#
# o Metrics Server(http://<any address>:9090)
# mme:
# metrics:
# - addr: 0.0.0.0
# port: 9090
#
# <GUMMEI>
#
# o Multiple GUMMEI
# mme:
# gummei:
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 001
# mnc: 01
# mme_gid: 2
# mme_code: 1
# - plmn_id:
# - mcc: 002
# mnc: 02
# - mcc: 003
# mnc: 03
# mme_gid: [3, 4]
# mme_code:
# - 2
# - 3
#
#
# <TAI>
#
# o Multiple TAI
#
# When multiple TAIs are configured as shown below,
# the Served TAI is determined by comparing UserLocationInformation
# of UplinkNASTransport sent from eNB.
#
# For example, if the eNB sends TAC with 30 to the MME,
# the fourth TAI (TAC: 20, 28, 29-32, 36-38, 40-42, 50, 60, 70, 70)
# is determined as the Served TAI. The result is transmitted to the eNB
# as a Tracking Area identity List in Registration Accept.
#
# mme:
# tai:
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 001
# mnc: 01
# tac: [1, 3, 5]
# tai:
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 002
# mnc: 02
# tac: [6-10, 15-18]
# tai:
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 003
# mnc: 03
# tac: 20
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 004
# mnc: 04
# tac: 21
# tai:
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 005
# mnc: 05
# tac: [22, 28]
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 006
# mnc: 06
# tac: [30-32, 34, 36-38, 40-42, 44, 46, 48]
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 007
# mnc: 07
# tac: 50
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 008
# mnc: 08
# tac: 60
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 009
# mnc: 09
# tac: [70, 80]
#
#
# <Access Control>
#
# If access_control is not specified, then all networks are allowed
# If access_control is defined,
# no other networks are allowed other than matching plmn_id.
#
# default_reject_cause may be used to overwrite the default error cause #11
# for non matching plmn_id
#
# for matching plmn_id with reject_cause defined,
# the MME rejects access with the reject_cause error cause
#
# for matching plmn_id without reject_cause defined,
# the MME accepts the PLMN traffic
#
# o The example below only accepts 002/02 and 999/70 PLMNs.
# 001/01 is rejected with cause 15,
# and the rest of the PLMNs are rejected with default cause 13.
#
# mme:
# access_control:
# - default_reject_cause: 13
# - plmn_id:
# reject_cause: 15
# mcc: 001
# mnc: 01
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 002
# mnc: 02
# - plmn_id:
# mcc: 999
# mnc: 70
#
#
# <Network Name>
# mme:
# network_name:
# full: Open5GS
# short: Next
#
# <MME Name>
# mme:
# mme_name: open5gs-mme0
#
# <Relative Capacity> - Default(255)
# mme:
# relative_capacity: 100
#
mme:
freeDiameter: /data/freediameter.conf
s1ap:
@ -345,172 +30,16 @@ mme:
full: Open5GS
mme_name: open5gs-mme0
#
# <GTP-C Client>
#
# o Specify SGW addresses the GTP-C must connect to
#
# o One SGW is defined.
# If prefer_ipv4 is not true, [fd69:f21d:873c:fa::2] is selected.
# sgwc:
# gtpc:
# addr:
# - 127.0.0.3
# - fd69:f21d:873c:fa::2
#
# o Two SGW are defined. MME selects SGW with round-robin manner per UE
# sgwc:
# gtpc:
# - addr: 127.0.0.3
# - addr: fd69:f21d:873c:fa::2
#
# o Three SGW are defined. MME selects SGW with round-robin manner per UE
# sgwc:
# gtpc:
# - addr
# - 127.0.0.3
# - fd69:f21d:873c:fa::2
# - addr
# - 127.0.0.22
# - fd69:f21d:873c:fa::12
# - name: sgw3.open5gs.org
#
# <SGW Selection Mode>
#
# o Round-Robin
# sgwc:
# gtpc:
# addr: 127.0.0.3
# addr: 127.0.2.2
# addr: 127.0.4.2
#
# o SGW selection by eNodeB TAC
# (either single TAC or multiple TACs, DECIMAL representation)
#
# sgwc:
# gtpc:
# - addr: 127.0.0.3
# tac: 26000
# - addr: 127.0.2.2
# tac: [25000, 27000, 28000]
#
# o SGW selection by e_cell_id(28bit)
# (either single or multiple e_cell_id, HEX representation)
#
# sgwc:
# gtpc:
# - addr: 127.0.0.3
# e_cell_id: abcde01
# - addr: 127.0.2.2
# e_cell_id: [12345, a9413, 98765]
#
sgwc:
gtpc:
- addr: 172.18.3.202
#
# smf:
#
# <GTP-C Client>
#
# o By default, the SMF uses the first SMF node.
# - To use a different APN for each SMF, specify gtpc.apn as the APN name.
# - If the HSS uses WebUI to set the SMF IP for each UE,
# you can use a specific SMF node for each UE.
# (Default values are used, so no configuration is required)
#
# o Two SMF are defined. 127.0.0.4:2123 is used.
# [fd69:f21d:873c:fa::3]:2123 is ignored.
# smf:
# gtpc:
# - addr: 127.0.0.4
# - addr: fd69:f21d:873c:fa::3
#
# o One SMF is defined. if prefer_ipv4 is not true,
# [fd69:f21d:873c:fa::3] is selected.
# smf:
# gtpc:
# - addr:
# - 127.0.0.4
# - fd69:f21d:873c:fa::3
#
# o Two SMF are defined with a different APN.
# - Note that if SMF IP for UE is configured in HSS,
# the following configurion for this UE is ignored.
# smf:
# gtpc:
# - addr: 127.0.0.4
# apn: internet
# - addr: 127.0.0.5
# apn: volte
#
# o If APN is omitted, the default APN uses the first SMF node.
# smf:
# gtpc:
# - addr: 127.0.0.4
# - addr: 127.0.0.5
# apn: volte
#
# o SMF selection by eNodeB TAC
# (either single TAC or multiple TACs, DECIMAL representation)
#
# gtpc:
# - addr: 127.0.0.4
# tac: 26000
# - addr: 127.0.2.4
# tac: [25000, 27000, 28000]
#
# o SMF selection by e_cell_id(28bit)
# (either single or multiple e_cell_id, HEX representation)
#
# gtpc:
# - addr: 127.0.0.4
# e_cell_id: abcde01
# - addr: 127.0.2.4
# e_cell_id: [12345, a9413, 98765]
smf:
gtpc:
- addr:
- 172.18.3.201
- ::1
# <GTP-C Client>
#
# o Specify SGSN addresses the GTP-C must connect to
#
# o One SGSN is defined.
# If prefer_ipv4 is not true, [fd69:f21d:873c:fa::2] is selected.
# sgsn:
# - gtpc:
# addr:
# - 127.0.0.3
# - fd69:f21d:873c:fa::2
# routes:
# - rai: XYZ
# ci: XYZ
#
# o Three SGW are defined. MME selects SGW with round-robin manner per UE
# sgsn:
# - gtpc:
# addr:
# - 127.0.0.3
# - fd69:f21d:873c:fa::2
# routes:
# - rai: XYZ
# ci: XYZ
# - gtpc:
# addr
# - 127.0.0.22
# - fd69:f21d:873c:fa::12
# routes:
# - rai: XYZ
# ci: XYZ
# - name: sgsn3.open5gs.org
# routes:
# - rai: XYZ
# ci: XYZ
#
sgsn:
- gtpc:
addr:
@ -526,63 +55,10 @@ sgsn:
rac: 187
ci: 1223
#
# o Disable use of IPv4 addresses (only IPv6)
# parameter:
# no_ipv4: true
#
# o Disable use of IPv6 addresses (only IPv4)
# parameter:
# no_ipv6: true
#
# o Prefer IPv4 instead of IPv6 for estabishing new GTP connections.
# parameter:
# prefer_ipv4: true
#
parameter:
#
# o Maximum Number of UE
# max:
# ue: 1024
#
# o Maximum Number of Peer(S1AP/NGAP, DIAMETER, GTP, PFCP or SBI)
# max:
# peer: 64
#
max:
#
# usrsctp:
# udp_port : 9899
#
usrsctp:
#
# o Message Wait Duration (Default : 10,000 ms = 10 seconds)
# (Default values are used, so no configuration is required)
#
# o Message Wait Duration (3000 ms)
# time:
# message:
# duration: 3000
#
# o Handover Wait Duration (Default : 300 ms)
# Time to wait for MME to send UEContextReleaseCommand
# to the source eNB after receiving HandoverNotify
# (Default values are used, so no configuration is required)
#
# o Handover Wait Duration (500ms)
# time:
# handover:
# duration: 500
#
# o Timers of EPS mobility/session management
# time:
# t3402:
# value: 720 # 12 minutes * 60 = 720 seconds
# t3412:
# value: 3240 # 54 minutes * 60 = 3240 seconds
# t3423:
# value: 720 # 12 minutes * 60 = 720 seconds
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# See https://github.com/open5gs/open5gs/blob/main/configs/open5gs/nrf.yaml.in
db_uri: mongodb://localhost/open5gs
#
# logger:
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_INFO to all domain level
# - If `level` is omitted, the default level is OGS_LOG_INFO)
# - If `domain` is omitted, the all domain level is set from 'level'
# (Default values are used, so no configuration is required)
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_ERROR to all domain level
# - `level` can be set with none, fatal, error, warn, info, debug, trace
# logger:
# level: error
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_DEBUG to mme/emm domain level
# logger:
# level: debug
# domain: mme,emm
#
# o Set OGS_LOG_TRACE to all domain level
# logger:
# level: trace
# domain: core,sbi,ausf,event,tlv,mem,sock
#
logger:
level: info
#
# o TLS enable/disable
# sbi:
# server|client:
# no_tls: false|true
# - false: (Default) Use TLS
# - true: TLS disabled
#
# o Verification enable/disable
# sbi:
# server|client: