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This patch adds the testsuite infrastructure and it populates it
with one test for osmux.
The osmux tests makes sure that:
* We get the same number of RTP messages in the input and the output path.
* The payload of the RTP message is reconstructed correctly.
* The reconstructed timing is correct.
And move all existing A-bis channel implementation to channel/abis/
This is just a cleanup to reorganize the source code tree.
Otherwise, openbsc fails to find this new library by libosmo-netif.
Signed-off-by: Pablo Neira Ayuso <email@example.com>
This patch adds the initial RTP support for libosmo-netif, it's based
on Harald's RTP support available in openBSC.
I have also added a couple of example to show how our new channel
infrastructure interacts with the RTP layer.
Signed-off-by: Pablo Neira Ayuso <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This patch adds the generic channel infrastructure that allows to
create channel of different types. Each channel has their own
struct osmo_chan *chan;
chan = osmo_chan_create(tall_example, CHAN_ABIS_IPA_SERVER);
/* specific configuration functions per supported channel. */
osmo_chan_abis_ipa_unit_add(chan, 1801, 0);
/* open channel. */
The input path requires a callback to be registered. The output path
is handled through:
int osmo_chan_enqueue(struct osmo_chan *c, struct msgb *msg);
The msg->dst must be set (it can be taken from the original message
to route one reply).
This patch also adds A-bis IPA server support. It has been tested with
e1inp_ipa_bsc_test available in libosmo-abis.