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This is currently only looking at one TLLI and is splitting
the trace by that TLLI...
start with the port of the SGSN as parameter. It
is assumed the SGSN is on the same machine and can
be reached via 127.0.0.1.
we will need the call identifier for the MDCX and DLCX message
for now we were just assuming it would increment, use som python
to extract the CI from a possible response, also switch back to
a blocking read to test the BSC nat.
This script is parsing the values, converting the bits into
a number and replacing the text... This should help to go from
spec to code more quickly... next thing would be this for the
The python script is a simple call-agent driving the
client. Currently it is sending a AuditEndpoint message
and is printing the result.
The bsc_mgcp.c is a standalone process that will implement
a MGCP Gateway for the MSC. On call handling the Call-Agent
will ask the Gateway to "CreateConnection" and then this
gateway needs to communicate with OpenBSC.
and Endpoint auditing is implemented.
[mgcp] Send RSIP on start and on first receive of any message
Ignore the first request and send a RSIP. We do that because
we might tunnel UDP through some other things and have no direct
way to connect to the call-agent.
Also the transaction is not checked and we ignore the response
from the call-agent, actually we print the '200 ' or any other
value as unhandled...
[mgcp] Print the MGCP command next to the response code
This allows to see which commands were sent by the server
mgcp: Terminate it with a new line
[mgcp] Make number of endpoints static...
For now this is fixed to the number of endpoints as of the GSM
[mgcp] The endpoint names seem to be base 16... use strtoul to parse
Use strtoul to parse the base 16 number from the mgw string.
[mgcp] Log the endpoints as hex numbers...
[mgcp] Only send the RSIP on the first incoming message..
Remove call_agent option (also remove the number from the getopt
[mgcp] Start couting at 1 for the mgcp
[mgcp] Slight attempt to improve the grammar of the strings
[mgcp] Share validation routines between DLCX and MDCX
[mgcp] Remove help for dead config options
[mgcp] Specify a different IN addr in the SDP records
In case of NAT traversal be able to listen on a given
interface (like 127.0.0.1) but claim to receive data
at the beginning of the tunnel.
[mgcp] Fix the static copy of the SDP file
WIP verify out factoring broken..
[mgcp] Introduce VTY to the mgcp for config file parsing...
Parse the MGCP config file via the VTY framework.
[mgcp] Handle SDP parameters through VTY..
Currently the payload type, name and rate can be specified
in the config file.
[mgcp] Add an option to bind all rtp ports early
This can be useful for testing and in deployment to make sure
no runtime resource limit can be hit.
[mgcp] Add some API doc comment
[mgcp] Convert the packets of the example server to ascii
This will allow to easily patch the call id... to run the
server in a loop and make it work with the mediagateway
[mgcp] Assign CI_UNUSED... to be more obvious...
[mgcp] Use DEBUG and not DEBUGPC and specially not printf
Improve the logging a bit in the mgcp
[mgcp] Change the fake server to change the call id
This assume the call-agent will just increment the id
as well.... this is true for our implementation
[mgcp] Generate the transaction id dynamically..
This way wireshark will be more happy about it...
[mgcp] Recognize responses from the network..
This is just recognizing the response code and
then is doing nothing with it. Also change the
script to generate response messages...
[mgcp] Improve debug messages for CRCX/MDCX..
Log on which ports the media gateway is listening
and where the other (server) gateway is located
E.g. to analyze the subscr_get/subscr_put behavior one can place
the generate_backtrace into the functions, recompile and then filter
the output with contrib/bt.py to get the function name, file and line.