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authorJacob Erlbeck <jerlbeck@sysmocom.de>2014-08-21 13:45:04 +0200
committerJacob Erlbeck <jerlbeck@sysmocom.de>2014-09-02 09:53:30 +0200
commit46f1d6fddb422871eec22951dd04b936ffa79c3a (patch)
treecf6386d8031b2dd263f6e598061d780591af6e9c /openbsc/src/gprs/gb_proxy.c
parent48bb3a37da6d0c9257b5cbb7bd2c6816b4ec5ab0 (diff)
gbproxy: Move PTP message handling into separate functions
This patch adds gbprox_rx_data_from_sgsn() and gbprox_rx_ptp_from_bss() which contain the PTP message processing of gbprox_rcvmsg(). The calls to gbprox_process_bssgp_ul() are moved from gbprox_relay2sgsn() to gbprox_rx_ptp_from_bss() and gbprox_rx_sig_from_bss(). The goal is, to do all patching (and calls to gbprox_process_bssgp_*) from within the gbprox_rx_* functions. Doing the patching from within gbprox_relay2sgsn has the drawback, that the patching code cannot call gbprox_relay2sgsn() which is needed if a single message shall trigger a sequence of messages. Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
Diffstat (limited to 'openbsc/src/gprs/gb_proxy.c')
-rw-r--r--openbsc/src/gprs/gb_proxy.c89
1 files changed, 57 insertions, 32 deletions
diff --git a/openbsc/src/gprs/gb_proxy.c b/openbsc/src/gprs/gb_proxy.c
index 9a9967f..dfceabe 100644
--- a/openbsc/src/gprs/gb_proxy.c
+++ b/openbsc/src/gprs/gb_proxy.c
@@ -325,15 +325,13 @@ static void gbprox_process_bssgp_dl(struct gbproxy_config *cfg,
/* feed a message down the NS-VC associated with the specified peer */
static int gbprox_relay2sgsn(struct gbproxy_config *cfg, struct msgb *old_msg,
- struct gbproxy_peer *peer, uint16_t ns_bvci)
+ uint16_t ns_bvci)
{
/* create a copy of the message so the old one can
* be free()d safely when we return from gbprox_rcvmsg() */
struct msgb *msg = gprs_msgb_copy(old_msg, "msgb_relay2sgsn");
int rc;
- gbprox_process_bssgp_ul(cfg, msg, peer);
-
DEBUGP(DGPRS, "NSEI=%u proxying BTS->SGSN (NS_BVCI=%u, NSEI=%u)\n",
msgb_nsei(msg), ns_bvci, cfg->nsip_sgsn_nsei);
@@ -424,6 +422,53 @@ int bssgp_prim_cb(struct osmo_prim_hdr *oph, void *ctx)
return 0;
}
+/* Receive an incoming PTP message from a BSS-side NS-VC */
+static int gbprox_rx_ptp_from_bss(struct gbproxy_config *cfg,
+ struct msgb *msg, uint16_t nsei,
+ uint16_t nsvci, uint16_t ns_bvci)
+{
+ struct gbproxy_peer *peer;
+
+ peer = gbproxy_peer_by_bvci(cfg, ns_bvci);
+
+ if (peer)
+ check_peer_nsei(peer, nsei);
+
+ gbprox_process_bssgp_ul(cfg, msg, peer);
+
+ return gbprox_relay2sgsn(cfg, msg, ns_bvci);
+}
+
+/* Receive an incoming PTP message from a SGSN-side NS-VC */
+static int gbprox_rx_ptp_from_sgsn(struct gbproxy_config *cfg,
+ struct msgb *msg, uint16_t nsei,
+ uint16_t nsvci, uint16_t ns_bvci)
+{
+ struct gbproxy_peer *peer;
+
+ peer = gbproxy_peer_by_bvci(cfg, ns_bvci);
+
+ if (!peer) {
+ LOGP(DGPRS, LOGL_INFO, "Didn't find peer for "
+ "BVCI=%u for message from NSVC=%u/NSEI=%u (SGSN)\n",
+ ns_bvci, nsvci, nsei);
+ rate_ctr_inc(&cfg->ctrg->
+ ctr[GBPROX_GLOB_CTR_INV_BVCI]);
+ return bssgp_tx_status(BSSGP_CAUSE_UNKNOWN_BVCI,
+ &ns_bvci, msg);
+ }
+
+ if (peer->blocked) {
+ LOGP(DGPRS, LOGL_NOTICE, "Dropping PDU for "
+ "blocked BVCI=%u via NSVC=%u/NSEI=%u\n",
+ ns_bvci, nsvci, nsei);
+ rate_ctr_inc(&peer->ctrg->ctr[GBPROX_PEER_CTR_DROPPED]);
+ return bssgp_tx_status(BSSGP_CAUSE_BVCI_BLOCKED, NULL, msg);
+ }
+
+ return gbprox_relay2peer(msg, peer, ns_bvci);
+}
+
/* Receive an incoming signalling message from a BSS-side NS-VC */
static int gbprox_rx_sig_from_bss(struct gbproxy_config *cfg,
struct msgb *msg, uint16_t nsei,
@@ -524,7 +569,8 @@ static int gbprox_rx_sig_from_bss(struct gbproxy_config *cfg,
/* Normally, we can simply pass on all signalling messages from BSS to
* SGSN */
- return gbprox_relay2sgsn(cfg, msg, from_peer, ns_bvci);
+ gbprox_process_bssgp_ul(cfg, msg, from_peer);
+ return gbprox_relay2sgsn(cfg, msg, ns_bvci);
err_no_peer:
LOGP(DGPRS, LOGL_ERROR, "NSEI=%u(BSS) cannot find peer based on NSEI\n",
nsei);
@@ -746,7 +792,6 @@ int gbprox_rcvmsg(struct gbproxy_config *cfg, struct msgb *msg, uint16_t nsei,
uint16_t ns_bvci, uint16_t nsvci)
{
int rc;
- struct gbproxy_peer *peer;
int remote_end_is_sgsn = nsei == cfg->nsip_sgsn_nsei;
if (remote_end_is_sgsn)
@@ -759,33 +804,13 @@ int gbprox_rcvmsg(struct gbproxy_config *cfg, struct msgb *msg, uint16_t nsei,
else
rc = gbprox_rx_sig_from_bss(cfg, msg, nsei, ns_bvci);
} else {
- peer = gbproxy_peer_by_bvci(cfg, ns_bvci);
-
- /* All other BVCI are PTP and thus can be simply forwarded */
- if (!remote_end_is_sgsn) {
- if (peer)
- check_peer_nsei(peer, nsei);
- return gbprox_relay2sgsn(cfg, msg, peer, ns_bvci);
- }
-
- /* else: SGSN -> BSS direction */
- if (!peer) {
- LOGP(DGPRS, LOGL_INFO, "Didn't find peer for "
- "BVCI=%u for message from NSVC=%u/NSEI=%u (SGSN)\n",
- ns_bvci, nsvci, nsei);
- rate_ctr_inc(&cfg->ctrg->
- ctr[GBPROX_GLOB_CTR_INV_BVCI]);
- return bssgp_tx_status(BSSGP_CAUSE_UNKNOWN_BVCI,
- &ns_bvci, msg);
- }
- if (peer->blocked) {
- LOGP(DGPRS, LOGL_NOTICE, "Dropping PDU for "
- "blocked BVCI=%u via NSVC=%u/NSEI=%u\n",
- ns_bvci, nsvci, nsei);
- rate_ctr_inc(&peer->ctrg->ctr[GBPROX_PEER_CTR_DROPPED]);
- return bssgp_tx_status(BSSGP_CAUSE_BVCI_BLOCKED, NULL, msg);
- }
- rc = gbprox_relay2peer(msg, peer, ns_bvci);
+ /* All other BVCI are PTP */
+ if (remote_end_is_sgsn)
+ rc = gbprox_rx_ptp_from_sgsn(cfg, msg, nsei, nsvci,
+ ns_bvci);
+ else
+ rc = gbprox_rx_ptp_from_bss(cfg, msg, nsei, nsvci,
+ ns_bvci);
}
return rc;