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authorjjako <jjako>2003-01-29 10:24:10 +0000
committerjjako <jjako>2003-01-29 10:24:10 +0000
commit7bac2f8de681f0384d62e582fc363be83dbedec1 (patch)
tree6f752709fbc77843a4be653f351f9050cfea5fd1 /README
parentf573244215cbad676e9bfa64fa0d3b8a42ab0cd1 (diff)
Updated README and ChangeLog
Diffstat (limited to 'README')
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1 files changed, 29 insertions, 21 deletions
diff --git a/README b/README
index d2a412c..acf94f7 100644
--- a/README
+++ b/README
@@ -23,22 +23,12 @@ depmod -a
COMPILATION and INSTALLATION
1 ./configure
-2 cd gtp
-3 make
-4 make install
-5 cd ..
-6 make
-7 make install
-8 Add /usr/local/lib to /etc/ld.so.conf
-9 Run ldconfig
+2 make
+3 make install
You need to be root in order to install the package, but not in order
to compile.
-Steps 2 to 5 are only needed the first time you install the
-package. Most likely steps 8 and 9 can be omitted as the path to
-libgtp is now included in Makefile.am for sgsnemu and ggsn.
-
RUNNING
sgsnemu
@@ -46,7 +36,7 @@ Edit the configuration file sgsnemu.conf found under
openggsn/examples. Use sgsnemu -h for a list of available options.
Start the emulator as root using the command:
- sgsnemu -c examples/sgsnemu.conf -l 10.20.30.50 -r 10.20.30.40
+ sgsnemu -c examples/sgsnemu.conf -l 10.20.30.50 -r 10.20.30.40 --createif
This will cause the sgsn emulator to bind to local address 10.20.30.50
and connect to the ggsn found at 10.20.30.40. It will first send off
@@ -101,6 +91,22 @@ in a 3G radio access network. An important application of sgsnemu is
the testing of roaming connectivity through a GPRS roaming exchange.
+*** Performance ***
+
+Two experiments were performed in order to test the performance of
+sgsnemu and ggsn. The ggsn used a 550 MHz Athlon with 384 MB of
+RAM. sgsnemu used a 1 GHz Athlon with 256 MB of RAM. Both machines had
+100 Mb/s NICs and were connected through a Netgear FS105 switch. Both
+tests were performed by sending ICMP echo packets from the ggsn to
+sgsnemu.
+
+89.4 Mb/s IP downlink throughput when sending 10001 ICMP ping packets
+with a payload of 1000 bytes. Transfer time 0.9 sec, no packets lost.
+
+17,1 Mb/s IP downlink throughput when sending 10001 ICMP ping packets with
+a payload of 100 bytes. Transfer time 0.6 sec, no packets lost.
+
+
*** Required software ***
TUN (http://vtun.sourceforge.net/tun/)
@@ -138,10 +144,10 @@ SETTING UP AUTOTOOLS
You do not need to perform this step if you are only going to compile
the package:
-0 Get version from somewhere: Script to extract version from configure.ac
+0 Get version from somewhere: Script to extract version from configure.in
1 Copy the latest config.guess and config.sub from ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/config
-2 Run autoscan and copy configure.scan to configure.ac
-3 Add/edit the following lines in configure.ac:
+2 Run autoscan and copy configure.scan to configure.in
+3 Add/edit the following lines in configure.in:
AC_INIT(openggsn, 0.52, jj@openggsn.org)
AC_CONFIG_SRCDIR([gtp/gtp.c])
AM_CONFIG_HEADER([config.h])
@@ -152,8 +158,8 @@ the package:
(ads copy of ltmain.sh)
5 aclocal
6 autoheader
-7 automake --add-missing
- (Ads link to missing, install-sh, depcomp)
+7 automake --add-missing --copy
+ (Ads copy of mkinstalldirs missing, install-sh, depcomp)
8 automake
9 autoconf
@@ -185,6 +191,8 @@ Use ggsn -h for a list of available options. All options available on
the command line can also be given in a configuration file. See
examples/ggsn.conf for the format of this file.
+Remember to enable routing: echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
+
*** Running sgsnemu ***
Use sgsnemu -h for a list of available options. All options available
@@ -233,16 +241,16 @@ either with your setup OR with the GRX connection OR with your roaming
partners connection.
If the above went well you might want to try to establish a PDP
-context to the remote GGSN. Note that you should be carefull when
+context to the remote GGSN. Note that you should be careful when
establishing PDP contexts using sgsnemu as each established PDP
context will result in a Charge Detail Record (CDR) being generated by
the GGSN. You should use real IMSI and MSISDN from a valid test SIM
card. Otherwise some poor customer might get charged for your
testing. Also note that you are establishing a connection to the Gi
-netowrk, so please be carefull not to route internet traffic onto the
+network, so please be carefull not to route internet traffic onto the
GPRS core network! Assuming you know what you are doing:
- sgsnemu --fg --listen 10.20.30.50 --remote 10.20.30.40 --dns 10.20.38.51 --timelimit 10 --contexts 1 --apn internet --imsi 240011234567890 --msisdn 46702123456 --net 192.168.0.0 --mask 255.255.255.0
+ sgsnemu --fg --listen 10.20.30.50 --remote 10.20.30.40 --dns 10.20.38.51 --timelimit 10 --contexts 1 --apn internet --imsi 240011234567890 --msisdn 46702123456 --net 192.168.0.0 --mask 255.255.255.0 --createif
sgsnemu will print something like the following on the screen: