osmo_auth_gen_vec: UMTS auth: store last used SQN, not next

Prepare for the implementation of splitting SQN increments in SEQ and an IND
part; particularly to clearly show where the changes in auth/milenage_test's
expectations originate.

Rationale: the source of UMTS auth vectors, for us usually OsmoHLR, typically
stores the last used SQN, not the next one to be used. Particularly with the
upcoming fix of the SQN scheme, this change is important: the next SQN will
depend on which entity asks for it, because each auth consumer may have a
particular slot in the IND part of SQN. It does not make sense to store the
next SQN, because we will not know which consumer that will be for.

The milenage_test has always calculated a tuple for SQN == 34. To account for
the increment now happening before calculating a tuple, lower the test_aud->sqn
by one to 0x21 == 33, so that it is still calculating for SQN == 34.

Because we are no longer incrementing SQN after the tuple is generated,
milenage_test's expected output after doing an AUTS resync to 31 changes to the
next SQN = 32, the SQN used for the generated tuple.

(BTW, a subsequent patch will illustrate AUTS in detail.)

osmo-auc-gen now needs to pass the user requested SQN less one, because the SQN
will be incremented befor generating the auth vector. Also the SQN remains the
same after generating, so SQN output needs less decrementing. Note that the
expected output for osmo-auc-gen_test remains unchanged, hence the same input
arguments (particularly -s <sqn> and -A <auts>) still produce the same results.

Note: osmo-hlr regression tests will require adjustments when this patch is
merged, because it must now pass desired_sqn - 1 instead of just desired_sqn.
See osmo-hlr change-id I4ec5a578537acb1d9e1ebfe00a72417fc3ca5894 .

Related: OS#1968
Change-Id: Iadf43f21e0605e9e85f7e8026c40985f7ceff1a3
changes/48/2048/5
Neels Hofmeyr 6 years ago committed by Harald Welte
parent 5fe3d1b0f7
commit 82c9a0ec19
  1. 12
      src/gsm/auth_milenage.c
  2. 2
      tests/auth/milenage_test.c
  3. 2
      tests/auth/milenage_test.ok
  4. 12
      utils/osmo-auc-gen.c

@ -30,10 +30,14 @@ static int milenage_gen_vec(struct osmo_auth_vector *vec,
const uint8_t *_rand)
{
size_t res_len = sizeof(vec->res);
uint64_t next_sqn;
uint8_t sqn[6];
int rc;
osmo_store64be_ext(aud->u.umts.sqn, sqn, 6);
/* keep the incremented SQN local until gsm_milenage() succeeded. */
next_sqn = aud->u.umts.sqn + 1;
osmo_store64be_ext(next_sqn, sqn, 6);
milenage_generate(aud->u.umts.opc, aud->u.umts.amf, aud->u.umts.k,
sqn, _rand,
vec->autn, vec->ik, vec->ck, vec->res, &res_len);
@ -43,7 +47,9 @@ static int milenage_gen_vec(struct osmo_auth_vector *vec,
return rc;
vec->auth_types = OSMO_AUTH_TYPE_UMTS | OSMO_AUTH_TYPE_GSM;
aud->u.umts.sqn++;
/* for storage in the caller's AUC database */
aud->u.umts.sqn = next_sqn;
return 0;
}
@ -72,7 +78,7 @@ static int milenage_gen_vec_auts(struct osmo_auth_vector *vec,
if (rc < 0)
return rc;
aud->u.umts.sqn = 1 + (osmo_load64be_ext(sqn_out, 6) >> 16);
aud->u.umts.sqn = osmo_load64be_ext(sqn_out, 6) >> 16;
return milenage_gen_vec(vec, aud, _rand);
}

@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ static struct osmo_sub_auth_data test_aud = {
.k = { 0x00, 0x01, 0x02, 0x03, 0x04, 0x05, 0x06, 0x07,
0x08, 0x09, 0x0a, 0x0b, 0x0c, 0x0d, 0x0e, 0x0f },
.amf = { 0x00, 0x00 },
.sqn = 0x22,
.sqn = 0x21,
},
};

@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ CK: 72 00 a1 84 d8 f2 c7 58 fb df 87 90 0d db f2 75
RES: e9 fc 88 cc c8 a3 53 81
SRES: 21 5f db 4d
Kc: 6d e8 16 a7 59 a4 29 12
AUTS success: tuple generated with SQN = 33
AUTS success: tuple generated with SQN = 32
MILENAGE supported: 1
OP: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
OPC: c6 a1 3b 37 87 8f 5b 82 6f 4f 81 62 a1 c8 d8 79

@ -198,6 +198,10 @@ int main(int argc, char **argv)
}
ul = strtoul(optarg, 0, 10);
test_aud.u.umts.sqn = ul;
/* Before calculating the UMTS auth vector,
* osmo_auth_gen_vec() increments the SQN. SQN-1 here
* to end up with the SQN the user requested. */
test_aud.u.umts.sqn--;
break;
case 'r':
rc = osmo_hexparse(optarg, _rand, sizeof(_rand));
@ -260,16 +264,14 @@ int main(int argc, char **argv)
else {
dump_auth_vec(vec);
if (test_aud.type == OSMO_AUTH_TYPE_UMTS)
/* After generating, SQN is incremented, so -1 */
printf("SQN:\t%" PRIu64 "\n", test_aud.u.umts.sqn - 1);
printf("SQN:\t%" PRIu64 "\n", test_aud.u.umts.sqn);
}
/* After recovering SQN.MS from AUTS, milenage_gen_vec_auts() does
* aud->u.umts.sqn++, and after vector generation milenage_gen_vec()
* does another ++, so to show SQN.MS we need to -2 */
* aud->u.umts.sqn++, so to show SQN.MS we need to -1 */
if (auts_is_set)
printf("AUTS success: SQN.MS = %" PRIu64 "\n",
test_aud.u.umts.sqn - 2);
test_aud.u.umts.sqn - 1);
exit(0);
}

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