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This was reported by Kevin when he was testing handover. The problem
is the order of the signal handlers for S_ABISIP_CRCX_ACK. Right now
the handover signal handler is called before the one inside the libmsc
gsm_04_08.c. This means S_HANDOVER_ACK is signalled _before_ there is a
rtp socket created for the channel. The result is that the MDCX will
never be sent and the called will not be properly switched _after_ the
I do not want to play with the order of signal handlers, remove the
CRCX ack handling from the handover_logic.c and force the NITB (and
later the BSC) to check if the lchan is involved with a handover and
do the switching in there. This means right now we do what two signal
handlers did in one.
Reproduced and tested with the FakeBTS Handover test.
<0004> abis_rsl.c:1954 (bts=1,trx=0,ts=3,ss=0) IPAC_CRCX_ACK ...
<000c> gsm_04_08.c:1400 no RTP socket for new_lchan
<001a> rtp_proxy.c:533 rtp_socket_create(): success
<001a> rtp_proxy.c:615 rtp_socket_bind(rs=0x48703c8, IP=0.0.0.0): ...
The MGCP config must be correct and use 99 for RTP AMR.
Summary of changes:
The new structure divides the code into a number of libraries
for the BSC core functionality, MSC core functionality, Abis transport,
TRAU and other bits.
This doesn't introduce any functional code change but simply moves
around files and alters Makefile.am accordingly.
Next step would be to disentangle a lot of the inter-library
dependencies and make the individual bits of code more independent.