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+#!/usr/bin/env python
+
+# (C) 2013 by Jacob Erlbeck <jerlbeck@sysmocom.de>
+# (C) 2014 by Holger Hans Peter Freyther
+# based on vty_test_runner.py:
+# (C) 2013 by Katerina Barone-Adesi <kat.obsc@gmail.com>
+# (C) 2013 by Holger Hans Peter Freyther
+# based on bsc_control.py.
+
+# This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
+# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
+# (at your option) any later version.
+
+# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+# GNU General Public License for more details.
+
+# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+# along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
+
+import os
+import time
+import unittest
+import socket
+import sys
+import struct
+
+import osmopy.obscvty as obscvty
+import osmopy.osmoutil as osmoutil
+
+# add $top_srcdir/contrib to find ipa.py
+sys.path.append(os.path.join(sys.path[0], '..', 'contrib'))
+
+from ipa import Ctrl, IPA
+
+# to be able to find $top_srcdir/doc/...
+confpath = os.path.join(sys.path[0], '..')
+verbose = False
+
+class TestCtrlBase(unittest.TestCase):
+
+ def ctrl_command(self):
+ raise Exception("Needs to be implemented by a subclass")
+
+ def ctrl_app(self):
+ raise Exception("Needs to be implemented by a subclass")
+
+ def setUp(self):
+ osmo_ctrl_cmd = self.ctrl_command()[:]
+ config_index = osmo_ctrl_cmd.index('-c')
+ if config_index:
+ cfi = config_index + 1
+ osmo_ctrl_cmd[cfi] = os.path.join(confpath, osmo_ctrl_cmd[cfi])
+
+ try:
+ self.proc = osmoutil.popen_devnull(osmo_ctrl_cmd)
+ except OSError:
+ print >> sys.stderr, "Current directory: %s" % os.getcwd()
+ print >> sys.stderr, "Consider setting -b"
+ time.sleep(2)
+
+ appstring = self.ctrl_app()[2]
+ appport = self.ctrl_app()[0]
+ self.connect("127.0.0.1", appport)
+ self.next_id = 1000
+
+ def tearDown(self):
+ self.disconnect()
+ osmoutil.end_proc(self.proc)
+
+ def disconnect(self):
+ if not (self.sock is None):
+ self.sock.close()
+
+ def connect(self, host, port):
+ if verbose:
+ print "Connecting to host %s:%i" % (host, port)
+
+ retries = 30
+ while True:
+ try:
+ sck = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
+ sck.setblocking(1)
+ sck.connect((host, port))
+ except IOError:
+ retries -= 1
+ if retries <= 0:
+ raise
+ time.sleep(.1)
+ continue
+ break
+ self.sock = sck
+ return sck
+
+ def send(self, data):
+ if verbose:
+ print "Sending \"%s\"" %(data)
+ data = Ctrl().add_header(data)
+ return self.sock.send(data) == len(data)
+
+ def send_set(self, var, value, id):
+ setmsg = "SET %s %s %s" %(id, var, value)
+ return self.send(setmsg)
+
+ def send_get(self, var, id):
+ getmsg = "GET %s %s" %(id, var)
+ return self.send(getmsg)
+
+ def do_set(self, var, value):
+ id = self.next_id
+ self.next_id += 1
+ self.send_set(var, value, id)
+ return self.recv_msgs()[id]
+
+ def do_get(self, var):
+ id = self.next_id
+ self.next_id += 1
+ self.send_get(var, id)
+ return self.recv_msgs()[id]
+
+ def recv_msgs(self):
+ responses = {}
+ data = self.sock.recv(4096)
+ while (len(data)>0):
+ (head, data) = IPA().split_combined(data)
+ answer = Ctrl().rem_header(head)
+ if verbose:
+ print "Got message:", answer
+ (mtype, id, msg) = answer.split(None, 2)
+ id = int(id)
+ rsp = {'mtype': mtype, 'id': id}
+ if mtype == "ERROR":
+ rsp['error'] = msg
+ else:
+ split = msg.split(None, 1)
+ rsp['var'] = split[0]
+ if len(split) > 1:
+ rsp['value'] = split[1]
+ else:
+ rsp['value'] = None
+ responses[id] = rsp
+
+ if verbose:
+ print "Decoded replies: ", responses
+
+ return responses
+
+
+class TestCtrlBSC(TestCtrlBase):
+
+ def tearDown(self):
+ TestCtrlBase.tearDown(self)
+ os.unlink("tmp_dummy_sock")
+
+ def ctrl_command(self):
+ return ["./src/osmo-bsc/osmo-bsc", "-r", "tmp_dummy_sock", "-c",
+ "doc/examples/osmo-bsc/osmo-bsc.cfg"]
+
+ def ctrl_app(self):
+ return (4249, "./src/osmo-bsc/osmo-bsc", "OsmoBSC", "bsc")
+
+ def testCtrlErrs(self):
+ r = self.do_get('invalid')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ self.assertEquals(r['error'], 'Command not found')
+
+ r = self.do_set('rf_locked', '999')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ self.assertEquals(r['error'], 'Value failed verification.')
+
+ r = self.do_get('bts')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ self.assertEquals(r['error'], 'Error while parsing the index.')
+
+ r = self.do_get('bts.999')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ self.assertEquals(r['error'], 'Error while resolving object')
+
+ def testBtsLac(self):
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.location-area-code')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.location-area-code')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '1')
+
+ r = self.do_set('bts.0.location-area-code', '23')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.location-area-code')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '23')
+
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.location-area-code')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.location-area-code')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '23')
+
+ r = self.do_set('bts.0.location-area-code', '-1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ self.assertEquals(r['error'], 'Input not within the range')
+
+ def testBtsCi(self):
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.cell-identity')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.cell-identity')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '0')
+
+ r = self.do_set('bts.0.cell-identity', '23')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.cell-identity')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '23')
+
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.cell-identity')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.cell-identity')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '23')
+
+ r = self.do_set('bts.0.cell-identity', '-1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ self.assertEquals(r['error'], 'Input not within the range')
+
+ def testBtsGenerateSystemInformation(self):
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.send-new-system-informations')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ self.assertEquals(r['error'], 'Write Only attribute')
+
+ # No RSL links so it will fail
+ r = self.do_set('bts.0.send-new-system-informations', '1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ self.assertEquals(r['error'], 'Failed to generate SI')
+
+ def testBtsChannelLoad(self):
+ r = self.do_set('bts.0.channel-load', '1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ self.assertEquals(r['error'], 'Read Only attribute')
+
+ # No RSL link so everything is 0
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.channel-load')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'],
+ 'CCCH+SDCCH4,0,0 TCH/F,0,0 TCH/H,0,0 SDCCH8,0,0'
+ + ' TCH/F_PDCH,0,0 CCCH+SDCCH4+CBCH,0,0'
+ + ' SDCCH8+CBCH,0,0 TCH/F_TCH/H_PDCH,0,0')
+
+ def testBtsOmlConnectionState(self):
+ """Check OML state. It will not be connected"""
+ r = self.do_set('bts.0.oml-connection-state', '1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ self.assertEquals(r['error'], 'Read Only attribute')
+
+ # No RSL link so everything is 0
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.oml-connection-state')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'disconnected')
+
+ def testTrxPowerRed(self):
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.trx.0.max-power-reduction')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.trx.0.max-power-reduction')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '20')
+
+ r = self.do_set('bts.0.trx.0.max-power-reduction', '22')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.trx.0.max-power-reduction')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '22')
+
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.trx.0.max-power-reduction')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.trx.0.max-power-reduction')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '22')
+
+ r = self.do_set('bts.0.trx.0.max-power-reduction', '1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ self.assertEquals(r['error'], 'Value must be even')
+
+ def testTrxArfcn(self):
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.trx.0.arfcn')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.trx.0.arfcn')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '871')
+
+ r = self.do_set('bts.0.trx.0.arfcn', '873')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.trx.0.arfcn')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '873')
+
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.trx.0.arfcn')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.trx.0.arfcn')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '873')
+
+ r = self.do_set('bts.0.trx.0.arfcn', '2000')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ self.assertEquals(r['error'], 'Input not within the range')
+
+ def testRfLock(self):
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.rf_state')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.rf_state')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'inoperational,unlocked,on')
+
+ r = self.do_set('rf_locked', '1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'rf_locked')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '1')
+
+ time.sleep(1.5)
+
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.rf_state')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.rf_state')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'inoperational,locked,off')
+
+ r = self.do_get('rf_locked')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'rf_locked')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'state=off,policy=off')
+
+ r = self.do_set('rf_locked', '0')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'rf_locked')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '0')
+
+ time.sleep(1.5)
+
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.rf_state')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.rf_state')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'inoperational,unlocked,on')
+
+ r = self.do_get('rf_locked')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'rf_locked')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'state=off,policy=on')
+
+ def testTimezone(self):
+ r = self.do_get('timezone')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'timezone')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'off')
+
+ r = self.do_set('timezone', '-2,15,2')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'timezone')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '-2,15,2')
+
+ r = self.do_get('timezone')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'timezone')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '-2,15,2')
+
+ # Test invalid input
+ r = self.do_set('timezone', '-2,15,2,5,6,7')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'timezone')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '-2,15,2')
+
+ r = self.do_set('timezone', '-2,15')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ r = self.do_set('timezone', '-2')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ r = self.do_set('timezone', '1')
+
+ r = self.do_set('timezone', 'off')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'timezone')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'off')
+
+ r = self.do_get('timezone')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'timezone')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'off')
+
+ def testMcc(self):
+ r = self.do_set('mcc', '23')
+ r = self.do_get('mcc')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'mcc')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '23')
+
+ r = self.do_set('mcc', '023')
+ r = self.do_get('mcc')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'mcc')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '23')
+
+ def testMnc(self):
+ r = self.do_set('mnc', '9')
+ r = self.do_get('mnc')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'mnc')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '9')
+
+ r = self.do_set('mnc', '09')
+ r = self.do_get('mnc')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'mnc')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '9')
+
+
+ def testMccMncApply(self):
+ # Test some invalid input
+ r = self.do_set('mcc-mnc-apply', 'WRONG')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+
+ r = self.do_set('mcc-mnc-apply', '1,')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+
+ r = self.do_set('mcc-mnc-apply', '200,3')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'mcc-mnc-apply')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'Tried to drop the BTS')
+
+ # Set it again
+ r = self.do_set('mcc-mnc-apply', '200,3')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'mcc-mnc-apply')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'Nothing changed')
+
+ # Change it
+ r = self.do_set('mcc-mnc-apply', '200,4')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'mcc-mnc-apply')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'Tried to drop the BTS')
+
+ # Change it
+ r = self.do_set('mcc-mnc-apply', '201,4')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'mcc-mnc-apply')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'Tried to drop the BTS')
+
+ # Verify
+ r = self.do_get('mnc')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'mnc')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '4')
+
+ r = self.do_get('mcc')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'mcc')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '201')
+
+ # Change it
+ r = self.do_set('mcc-mnc-apply', '202,03')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'mcc-mnc-apply')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'Tried to drop the BTS')
+
+ r = self.do_get('mnc')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'mnc')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '3')
+
+ r = self.do_get('mcc')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'mcc')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '202')
+
+class TestCtrlNITB(TestCtrlBase):
+
+ def tearDown(self):
+ TestCtrlBase.tearDown(self)
+ os.unlink("test_hlr.sqlite3")
+
+ def ctrl_command(self):
+ return ["./src/osmo-nitb/osmo-nitb", "-c",
+ "doc/examples/osmo-nitb/nanobts/openbsc.cfg", "-l", "test_hlr.sqlite3"]
+
+ def ctrl_app(self):
+ return (4249, "./src/osmo-nitb/osmo-nitb", "OsmoBSC", "nitb")
+
+ def testNumberOfBTS(self):
+ r = self.do_get('number-of-bts')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'number-of-bts')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], '1')
+
+ def testSubscriberAddWithKi(self):
+ """Test that we can set the algorithm to none, xor, comp128v1"""
+
+ r = self.do_set('subscriber-modify-v1', '2620345,445566')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'subscriber-modify-v1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'OK')
+
+ r = self.do_set('subscriber-modify-v1', '2620345,445566,none')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'subscriber-modify-v1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'OK')
+
+ r = self.do_set('subscriber-modify-v1', '2620345,445566,xor')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ self.assertEquals(r['error'], 'Value failed verification.')
+
+ r = self.do_set('subscriber-modify-v1', '2620345,445566,comp128v1,00112233445566778899AABBCCDDEEFF')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'subscriber-modify-v1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'OK')
+
+ r = self.do_set('subscriber-modify-v1', '2620345,445566,none')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'subscriber-modify-v1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'OK')
+
+ def testSubscriberAddRemove(self):
+ r = self.do_set('subscriber-modify-v1', '2620345,445566')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'subscriber-modify-v1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'OK')
+
+ r = self.do_set('subscriber-modify-v1', '2620345,445567')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'subscriber-modify-v1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'OK')
+
+ # TODO. verify that the entry has been created and modified? Invoke
+ # the sqlite3 CLI or do it through the DB libraries?
+
+ r = self.do_set('subscriber-delete-v1', '2620345')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'Removed')
+
+ r = self.do_set('subscriber-delete-v1', '2620345')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ self.assertEquals(r['error'], 'Failed to find subscriber')
+
+ def testSubscriberList(self):
+ # TODO. Add command to mark a subscriber as active
+ r = self.do_get('subscriber-list-active-v1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'subscriber-list-active-v1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], None)
+
+ def testApplyConfiguration(self):
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.apply-configuration')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ self.assertEquals(r['error'], 'Write Only attribute')
+
+ r = self.do_set('bts.0.apply-configuration', '1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'Tried to drop the BTS')
+
+ def testGprsMode(self):
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.gprs-mode')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.gprs-mode')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'none')
+
+ r = self.do_set('bts.0.gprs-mode', 'bla')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+ self.assertEquals(r['error'], 'Mode is not known')
+
+ r = self.do_set('bts.0.gprs-mode', 'egprs')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'egprs')
+
+ r = self.do_get('bts.0.gprs-mode')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'bts.0.gprs-mode')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'egprs')
+
+class TestCtrlNAT(TestCtrlBase):
+
+ def ctrl_command(self):
+ return ["./src/osmo-bsc_nat/osmo-bsc_nat", "-c",
+ "doc/examples/osmo-bsc_nat/osmo-bsc_nat.cfg"]
+
+ def ctrl_app(self):
+ return (4250, "./src/osmo-bsc_nat/osmo-bsc_nat", "OsmoNAT", "nat")
+
+ def testAccessList(self):
+ r = self.do_get('net.0.bsc_cfg.0.access-list-name')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'net')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], None)
+
+ r = self.do_set('net.0.bsc_cfg.0.access-list-name', 'bla')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'net')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'bla')
+
+ r = self.do_get('net.0.bsc_cfg.0.access-list-name')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'net')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'bla')
+
+ r = self.do_set('net.0.bsc_cfg.0.no-access-list-name', '1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'net')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], None)
+
+ r = self.do_get('net.0.bsc_cfg.0.access-list-name')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'net')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], None)
+
+ def testAccessListManagement(self):
+ r = self.do_set("net.0.add.allow.access-list.404", "abc")
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'ERROR')
+
+ r = self.do_set("net.0.add.allow.access-list.bla", "^234$")
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'SET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'net.0.add.allow.access-list.bla')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], 'IMSI allow added to access list')
+
+ # TODO.. find a way to actually see if this rule has been
+ # added. e.g. by implementing a get for the list.
+
+class TestCtrlSGSN(TestCtrlBase):
+ def ctrl_command(self):
+ return ["./src/gprs/osmo-sgsn", "-c",
+ "doc/examples/osmo-sgsn/osmo-sgsn.cfg"]
+
+ def ctrl_app(self):
+ return (4251, "./src/gprs/osmo-sgsn", "OsmoSGSN", "sgsn")
+
+ def testListSubscribers(self):
+ # TODO. Add command to mark a subscriber as active
+ r = self.do_get('subscriber-list-active-v1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['mtype'], 'GET_REPLY')
+ self.assertEquals(r['var'], 'subscriber-list-active-v1')
+ self.assertEquals(r['value'], None)
+
+def add_bsc_test(suite, workdir):
+ if not os.path.isfile(os.path.join(workdir, "src/osmo-bsc/osmo-bsc")):
+ print("Skipping the BSC test")
+ return
+ test = unittest.TestLoader().loadTestsFromTestCase(TestCtrlBSC)
+ suite.addTest(test)
+
+def add_nitb_test(suite, workdir):
+ test = unittest.TestLoader().loadTestsFromTestCase(TestCtrlNITB)
+ suite.addTest(test)
+
+def add_nat_test(suite, workdir):
+ if not os.path.isfile(os.path.join(workdir, "src/osmo-bsc_nat/osmo-bsc_nat")):
+ print("Skipping the NAT test")
+ return
+ test = unittest.TestLoader().loadTestsFromTestCase(TestCtrlNAT)
+ suite.addTest(test)
+
+def add_sgsn_test(suite, workdir):
+ if not os.path.isfile(os.path.join(workdir, "src/gprs/osmo-sgsn")):
+ print("Skipping the SGSN test")
+ return
+ test = unittest.TestLoader().loadTestsFromTestCase(TestCtrlSGSN)
+ suite.addTest(test)
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ import argparse
+ import sys
+
+ workdir = '.'
+
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
+ parser.add_argument("-v", "--verbose", dest="verbose",
+ action="store_true", help="verbose mode")
+ parser.add_argument("-p", "--pythonconfpath", dest="p",
+ help="searchpath for config")
+ parser.add_argument("-w", "--workdir", dest="w",
+ help="Working directory")
+ args = parser.parse_args()
+
+ verbose_level = 1
+ if args.verbose:
+ verbose_level = 2
+ verbose = True
+
+ if args.w:
+ workdir = args.w
+
+ if args.p:
+ confpath = args.p
+
+ print "confpath %s, workdir %s" % (confpath, workdir)
+ os.chdir(workdir)
+ print "Running tests for specific control commands"
+ suite = unittest.TestSuite()
+ add_bsc_test(suite, workdir)
+ add_nitb_test(suite, workdir)
+ add_nat_test(suite, workdir)
+ add_sgsn_test(suite, workdir)
+ res = unittest.TextTestRunner(verbosity=verbose_level).run(suite)
+ sys.exit(len(res.errors) + len(res.failures))