|author||Neels Hofmeyr <email@example.com>||2016-01-05 14:45:53 +0100|
|committer||Neels Hofmeyr <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2016-03-03 16:19:08 +0100|
Add osmo-cscn, as a copy of osmo-nitb.
CSCN means "Circuit Switched Core Network" (-in-the-box) and will become a NITB-without-BSC, so that it talks Iu-cs to the HNBGW and talks 'A' to an external BSC. Copying NITB is debatable: on the one hand, we've agreed on the name Osmo-CSCN for the end result (without internal BSC). On the other hand, I will probably add Iu-cs into the NITB code incrementally, in such a way that theoretically, both Iu-cs and the internal BSC functionality could be used at the same time. So Osmo-CSCN will be a NITB plus Iu-cs for a while. Instead of adding to NITB, I prefer to work on a copy, so that the original NITB remains more or less unchanged. Only a later step will clearly distinguish CSCN from NITB: when the BSC part is split off for the benefit of a proper A-interface, and CSCN talks to an external BSC.
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diff --git a/openbsc/configure.ac b/openbsc/configure.ac
index e9930f1b0..6d8323285 100644
@@ -195,6 +195,7 @@ AC_OUTPUT(