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2017-11-29cosmetic: mark gsm_objclass2mo as staticMax1-1/+1
It's only used once in the same file so there's no need to put it into global header. Change-Id: Id9674cad54bab6cc04475719678efc2c25d058a9
2017-11-29cosmetic: tighten function type signaturesMax2-9/+9
* change return type to bool * constify parameters The nm_is_running(), trx_is_usable() and ts_is_usable() always return boolean value and are always used as such anyway. The also do not change their parameters. Change-Id: I6a572fc78371c69f5308edbad0ebe15e143d0505
2017-11-29cosmetic: bsc_vty: Document bvci reserved valuesPau Espin Pedrol1-0/+1
Change-Id: I7a4374c3619cb83ef8beef594281f887d9fbf70a
2017-11-29cosmetic: bsc_vty: Fix trailing whitespacePau Espin Pedrol1-2/+2
Change-Id: I7089062285c40ec11af479c98b43d1d407397c82
2017-11-29auth: remove obsolete VTY commandsPhilipp Maier4-57/+0
Authentication is no longer done in the BSC, the variables that set the authentication policy and the IMSI regex have no longer any effect. Remove auth policy and authorized-regexp Change-Id: Ie31b921b5fd0af5501ec0c77c0f08089c10075e2
2017-11-29cosmetic: remove obsolete ROLE_BSCMax1-13/+0
It's leftover from the time when gsm_data_shared.* was actually shared with OsmoBTS. Nowadays ROLE_BSC is always defined so we can just drop it entirely and make working with gsm_data_shared.h slightly easier. Change-Id: I34fc9ee5955c14bbbde68d5499cf2acfd329afbc
2017-11-29OML: consider administrative state when reportingMax2-2/+7
Report state as degraded if BTS or any of its TRX are administratively locked. Change-Id: Ic9ee998d972ca870ce5d039c3ed95edb6ba8b36f Related: OS#2486
2017-11-24vty: Add cmd to configure 3g Early Classmark SendingPau Espin Pedrol4-3/+31
In state prior to this patch, "3G Early Classmark Sending Restriction" bit in SI3 rest octets was always set to H, which is a sane default as the policy to send the information is then controlled by "Early Classmark Sending Control" bit in the same octet. However, it seems Quortus SoftCore can have some issues decoding the option, so let's add a vty cmd to be able to disable it for those having any issues. Related: SYS#4021 Change-Id: Ic1afe071038a3bb5871d7ff40f665c8644f801ec
2017-11-24Use type bool for boolean fields in gsm48_si_ro_infoPau Espin Pedrol1-7/+7
Change-Id: Ic0981fca96f4927717ca335be1dab00a5d17fd6c
2017-11-23bsc filter: don't ignore imsi-allow on "global" filter levelNeels Hofmeyr1-3/+7
First off, there are "global" and "local" IMSI black/whitelist levels: "global" "local" VTY 'bsc' 'msc' for osmo-bsc VTY 'nat' 'bsc' for osmo-bsc_nat Both in osmo-bsc and osmo-bsc-nat, the "global" IMSI filter so far completely ignores all 'imsi-allow' rules it may contain. A comment in imsi_allow() proclaims actions that are missing in the code. Notably, in our example config osmo-bsc_nat.cfg, there is an imsi-allow on the 'nat' level, which with the code before this patch cannot have been effective in any way. Furthermore, on the "local" level the order is to check imsi-allow first, and imsi-deny after that. The comment says to do that in reverse order on the "global" level. There is no apparent reason for reversing. Add evaluation of imsi-allow directives on the "global" level, i.e. 'bsc' in osmo-bsc and 'nat' in osmo-bsc-nat, in the same order as on "local" level, to avoid confusion. Swap the comment to be consistent. Before this patch, to have effective imsi-allow, this config would be necessary for osmo-bsc: bsc access-list acl imsi-allow 999999999999999 access-list acl imsi-allow 9017.* access-list acl imsi-deny .* msc 0 access-list-name acl ... msc 1 access-list-name acl ... With this patch, imsi-allow also works on the "global" level: bsc access-list acl imsi-allow 999999999999999 access-list acl imsi-allow 9017.* access-list acl imsi-deny .* access-list-name acl msc 0 ... msc 1 ... Change-Id: Idb6c8dd62aa90666ba6fcd213f59d79f5498da3f
2017-11-21bsc_init: fix Werror: define rc for 2quater with si2q_count == 0Neels Hofmeyr1-0/+1
src/libbsc/bsc_init.c: In function ‘rsl_si’: src/libbsc/bsc_init.c:153:2: error: ‘rc’ may be used uninitialized in this function [-Werror=maybe-uninitialized] return rc; ^ Change-Id: Iedad1efcb477c77db8c741777ea076761658c7d1
2017-11-20reset: remove name variable from reset contextPhilipp Maier1-8/+9
The reset context contains a string buffer to allow for setting a human readable name, that is then displayed in the logs. Since OSMO-FSMs already have such a feature there is no need for an extra name variable. Use LOGPFSML and the name parameter of osmo_fsm_inst_alloc() to display the name of the FSM Fixes: Coverity CID#178664 Change-Id: I34511698923abec7545a6f3defd595f97b4bbeb1
2017-11-12osmo-bsc: Print NOTICE message on unimplemented BSSMAP UDTHarald Welte1-0/+4
When we receive unimplemented/unhandled message types, we shouldn't simply silently discard them, but print a log message for the benefit of the user. Change-Id: I65489578b1c214f193b1ce0e9ba59432dcd42a3e
2017-11-12mgcp: remove unused variablePhilipp Maier1-4/+0
The function handle_error asserts mgcp_ctx->conn to be non null, but it does not access it otherwise. remove unused variable conn Change-Id: I09851c957395d1ddb2f9471b99ffc091bc250404
2017-11-12mgcp: add missing out statePhilipp Maier1-1/+1
Even in the very early ST_CRCX_BTS phase, the error handler may decide to go to ST_CALL in order to initate the termination of a possibly half open connection. Add ST_CALL to the out state list in ST_CRCX_BTS Change-Id: Ic67aa7c67a4e98a38bff156be3ebf612012eb842
2017-11-12cosmetic: replace term MGCP-GW with MGWPhilipp Maier1-7/+7
The term MGCP-GW is deprecated, use now MGW Change-Id: Ibccda7e95c42267ce5f44e9fc4256a0083b6f68f
2017-11-12cosmetic: reorder case listPhilipp Maier1-2/+2
the switch statement in fsm_send_assignment_complete() has the default case at the beginning. Move the default case to the end to match common coding style rules Change-Id: I360842fe899b95972c44da3cb74a3dc51b379fdc
2017-11-10use osmo_sccp_inst_addr_name() instead of looking up ss7Neels Hofmeyr1-8/+4
Depends: libosmo-sccp I70ec5c8b42682a23f11a5820431c7e34e225709b Change-Id: Idb451597c724ac87a391121cebd0b0a927dd49d1
2017-11-09osmo-bsc vty: be fatal for addressbook entry errorsNeels Hofmeyr1-10/+8
So far, the config would log an error upon config parsing, and then continue to use defaults, which is super easy to miss. On errors, return CMD_ERR_INCOMPLETE to abort the program in a config parsing error. Be fatal for non-existing addressbook entries and for using address book entries from mismatching cs7 instances. Though it is mixing in cosmetic changes, add "Error:" to the output and arrange the erratic name to the end of the message, as is customary for error messages. Related: libosmo-sccp I2f71b9c4dd30f919d2054da81283dd7035f44f60 Change-Id: Ia4e58902a2d3757b266cf35ac89f256cfb8f0eec
2017-11-09osmo-bsc: SCCP addrs: default only if unset, reject invalidNeels Hofmeyr1-32/+25
So far, if the user entered an invalid SCCP address in the config, the osmo_bsc_sigtran_init() code simply replaced that with the default, i.e. running with a completely different address than the user may intend. Use the default SCCP addresses only when they are unset by the user. Default MSC addr: set directly, do not detour via cs7 instance PC. The default MSC SCCP addr is just a point code + SSN, deriving it from the cs7 instance first is a confusing step. Just set the PC and SSN, and done. Using default addresses does not constitute an "auto configuration": if we set up a cs7 instance automatically, we do not want to have to create a second one automatically, to prevent "auto-confusion", and want to bail instead. But for each MSC on its own, using default SCCP addresses makes sense and is orthogonal to automatic cs7 instance creation. Hence drop the auto config semantics from the default SCCP address parts. Always validate the SCCP addresses we will end up using, and bail immediately if they are erratic. i.e. don't overwrite a non-empty invalid SCCP address with defaults, but straight bail. Beneficial side effects: - Fix some grammar ultra confusion in log messages. - Add context: log the MSC number the logging refers to. - Drop code dup: since we're always logging the used SCCP addresses, might as well log those once, unconditionally, in the end. Change-Id: Iadbc2e9740457e1b389b7e7ad9c94274e7d8cb11
2017-11-09osmo-bsc RESET FSM: use distinct struct namesNeels Hofmeyr1-10/+10
Use distinctive struct names: s/fsm_/fsm_bsc_reset/. They only exist in the static context and it works fine, but the mad fsm-to-dot.py script breaks with identical struct names. Can't hurt to have unique names. Change-Id: I986377a74ccd83ca3b52e7f058bbc9115f05f741
2017-11-07mgcp: use osmo-mgw to switch RTP streamsPhilipp Maier8-65/+1252
osmo-bsc currently negotiates the RTP stream directly with the BTS and reports back the RTP IP/Port on the BTS. This works fine for a single BTS, but for Handover the port/ip pointing to the MSC side must not change, so an entity in between the BTSs and the MSC is required. Integrate the mgcp-client and use osmo-mgw to switch the RTP streams. Depends: osmo-mgw Ib5fcc72775bf72b489ff79ade36fb345d8d20736 Depends: osmo-mgw I44b338b09de45e1675cedf9737fa72dde72e979a Depends: osmo-mgw I29c5e2fb972896faeb771ba040f015592487fcbe Change-Id: Ia2882b7ca31a3219c676986e85045fa08a425d7a
2017-11-07bssap: paging: page entire BSS for unimplemented cell id listNeels Hofmeyr1-9/+39
3GPP TS § 08.08 defines various types of Cell Identifier List IEs, but we only implement "entire BSS" and "one LAC". If the MSC sends a Cell Identifier List that we don't implement, it is best for interoperability to page the entire BSS and post a log message instead of rejecting the paging altogether. Apart from resource management, it is not harmful to page more than the MSC requested; if use of resources becomes an issue, the log message will guide towards the solution of providing an actually implemented Cell Identifier List IE. Upon IE length that is other than we expect, log the error, but also fall back to paging the entire BSS. Overall message length correctness has been checked earlier. The particular case observed is that a Huwaei MSC sends a LAI for Cell Identifier List (MCC+MNC in bcd, followed by a LAC), parsing of which we may want to add later. Improve logging: identify the subscriber that is being paged. Coding style: use a switch() statement to clarify flow and provide a place to add more implementations later. Add regression test bssap_test.c: fabricates BSSAP Paging messages with the two implemented Cell Identifier List IEs as well as the unimplemented LAI identifier, verify the resulting paging LAC in wrapped function and stderr. Change-Id: Ie934c5d229140a89763bf2efff86d6a3766cd351
2017-11-02Check OML state per-BTSMax2-9/+9
To properly decide if a given OML link is degraded we have to use BTS-specific information about MO state. * move check function into BTS-specific part * add generic wrapper Related: OS#2486 Change-Id: Iddc7a4d20fbb95a6566eed1487a12733e5adb9e2
2017-11-01vty: skip installing cmds now always installed by defaultNeels Hofmeyr6-12/+0
vty_install_default() and install_default() will soon be deprecated. Depends: I5021c64a787b63314e0f2f1cba0b8fc7bff4f09b Change-Id: If2edf59a687a78d6db6bc73117a27509374b0fc6
2017-10-28Don't link osmo-bsc_nat against libosmoabisHarald Welte1-2/+0
This fixes the following dpkg-shlibdeps warning: Change-Id: Iea00c209652e8070a59942504bef660db0999e86 dpkg-shlibdeps: warning: package could avoid a useless dependency if debian/osmo-bsc-nat/usr/bin/osmo-bsc_nat was not linked against libosmoabis.so.6 (it uses none of the library's symbols)
2017-10-28osmo-bsc_nat: Don't link against libosmonetifHarald Welte1-2/+0
This fixes the following dpkg-shlibdeps warning: Change-Id: I31af5fb8b52ef1fd5effb139d9cdea1ebe9a41b4 dpkg-shlibdeps: warning: package could avoid a useless dependency if debian/osmo-bsc/usr/bin/osmo-bsc_nat was not linked against libosmonetif.so.4 (it uses none of the library's symbols)
2017-10-26log: output hexdump of transmitted sccp messagesPhilipp Maier1-2/+2
We output a hexdump for each sccp message we receive, but not when sending. Also log the hexdump of sccp messages when sending. Change-Id: Ibfe52a0b7dbca4c569c603a008d73d0d99d1c345
2017-10-26log: log the sccp message type of messages sentPhilipp Maier1-0/+16
We already log the message type of sccp messages we receive, but for transmitting the log output is missing. Also log the message type for tramsitted sccp messages. Change-Id: I6736f15ddc03e5f70c3504abffbae6cbf766c9d7
2017-10-24Rename osmo_fsm to avoid illegal space in name + more meaningful nameHarald Welte2-4/+4
A FSM doesn't need "FSM" in its name, as it is obvious that it is a FSM. Also, having two that are called RESET is confusing, so let's try to come up with better names. Also, after Change-Id I9ef59432f43a3cdb94e4cbb0c44ac3f9b2aac0f2 in libosmocore, we now enforce that no FSM identifiers contain spaces or other illegal characters. Change-Id: I1b44d26cebc4a47094d7b8b3983e5737b88bf003
2017-10-24osmo-bsc: Initialize logging before initializing rate_ctrHarald Welte1-3/+3
The library code for rate counter initialization, which is called from the descendants of bsc_network_alloc() might already want to log something (particularly after Change-Id Ifc6ac824f5dae9a848bb4a5d067c64a69eb40b56 in libosmocore), so the logging framework must be initialized before. Change-Id: I1e893c97e023e63489fe8c46539b5e507d3cec8f
2017-10-23bsc_vty: Improve description of mid-call-text cmdPau Espin Pedrol1-1/+2
Change-Id: I367b7734390daf39160de6462e9b2210368666f4
2017-10-23libbsc: Use correct printf formatting for uint64_tPau Espin Pedrol1-4/+4
unsigned long can be 32 bits on some arch/OS, while "current" field is always 64 bit because it's a uint64_t. Change-Id: Ibad1e4f09cf912cb654dbe3687a3f2182e2060f5
2017-10-17bsc_api: Fix NULL secondary_lchan access in handle_ass_failPau Espin Pedrol1-2/+4
Related: OW#3893 Program terminated with signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault. 0 gsm_lchan_name (lchan=lchan@entry=0x0) at gsm_data_shared.c:342 (gdb) bt 0 gsm_lchan_name (lchan=lchan@entry=0x0) at gsm_data_shared.c:342 1 0x0805ab80 in lchan_release (lchan=0x0, sacch_deact=sacch_deact@entry=0, mode=mode@entry=RSL_REL_LOCAL_END) at chan_alloc.c:410 2 0x0805c1dd in handle_ass_fail (msg=0x94142b8, conn=0x9251048) at bsc_api.c:459 3 dispatch_dtap (msg=0x94142b8, link_id=0 '\000', conn=0x9251048) at bsc_api.c:598 4 gsm0408_rcvmsg (msg=msg@entry=0x94142b8, link_id=0 '\000') at bsc_api.c:658 5 0x08058ca2 in abis_rsl_rx_rll (msg=0x94142b8) at abis_rsl.c:1686 6 abis_rsl_rcvmsg (msg=0x94142b8) at abis_rsl.c:2097 7 0xb7e8cf9a in handle_ts1_read (bfd=0x94e8e08) at input/ipaccess.c:271 8 ipaccess_fd_cb (bfd=0x94e8e08, what=1) at input/ipaccess.c:386 9 0xb7ee8434 in osmo_select_main (polling=polling@entry=0) at select.c:158 10 0x0804bd7c in main (argc=6, argv=0xbfc27144) at osmo_bsc_main.c:272 (gdb) print lchan $2 = (const struct gsm_lchan *) 0x0 Possible scenario in which this crash can appear: 1- gsm0808_assign_req() calls handle_new_assignment() which sends an CHAN ACTIVATE msg and arms T10 timer. 2- ACTIVATE ACK is received (handle_chan_ack), which calls gsm48_send_rr_ass_cmd() which sends an ASSIGNMENT CMD, and doesn't disable/modify T10 timer. 3- T10 timeout is triggered (assignment_t10_timeout()), which sets conn->secondary_lchan = NULL 4- Immediately after, the ASSIGNMENT FAILURE message (which might have been already queued) is processed in handle_ass_fail, and then the crash occurs. This race condition is not an issue for handle_ass_compl() path because there's this check there which would trigger most probably if secondary_lchan is NULL: "if (conn->secondary_lchan != msg->lchan)" Change-Id: I3798b36c628f75d4e8bc7b0996c27d695d53fbb1
2017-10-11SI1q: fix EARFCN appenderMax1-5/+20
Previously if we ran out of space while adding EARFCN, we simply return which might result in malformed SI2q. Fix it by proper rollback of entire EARFCN. While at it, let's be paranoid and introduce extra checks against integer overflow in budget calculations. Change-Id: I4b2aa3825e9affb6dfeadecdf24dd1a43a92b7b7 Related: OS#2357
2017-10-11ctrl: add oml-uptime commandMax3-13/+41
Expose OML link uptime available via vts's "sh bts 0" command with the new "bts.0.oml-uptime" ctrl command. To avoid code duplication, move uptime computation into separate function and use it for both. Change-Id: Iec405aa949d6a38a9c8e64cd7ee4b49fd416835d Related: OS#2486
2017-10-10SI2q: fix generation for multiple UARFCNsMax2-13/+11
* fix insert routine to keep the list sorted by UARFCN * fix rest octets generator to properly account for offset * adjust test results accordingly Change-Id: I443c5c5f937b490578354f3c8a0c5b92629f2794 Related: OS#2357
2017-10-09OML: consider RSL link stateMax5-6/+35
OML link state is available via vty ("sh bts 0" command) and ctrl ("oml-connection-state" RO variable). When showing OML link state, take into consideration RSL link state as well: if OML is up but RSL is missing show it as degraded. That's implemented via BTS model-specific functions (currently Sysmo- and Nano- BTS only) Change-Id: I5952fc59e4d82e0aa627ad91d20f964d9559a4c4 Related: OS#2486
2017-10-09SI2q: cleanup UARFCN additionMax2-88/+90
* expand comments, fix typos * constify parameter * move try-add-adjust routine into separate function to facilitate further modifications * remove excessive checks and unnecessary return values * move (UARFCN, Scrambling Code) tuple uniqueness check into separate function and use it early Change-Id: Ia72f848dec40723510ca56868e08081804227d47 Related: OS#2357
2017-10-05add ';' after OSMO_ASSERT()Neels Hofmeyr1-1/+1
Currently, OSMO_ASSERT() is defined such that it ends in a semicolon, hence an added ';' is redundant. However, the usual way this kind of macro should be defined is #define OSMO_ASSERT(x) do { ... } while(0) so that the compiler requires a trailing semicolon. To prepare for such a change possibly coming up in libosmocore, add ';' to all OSMO_ASSERT() users. Change-Id: If6dce81faee9177737a6e1b572a871aaf7e37138
2017-10-01Make sure BA-IND in all SI2xxx is '0' and in all SI5xxx is '1'Harald Welte2-3/+21
In masurement reports sent by the MS, this can then be used to correlate if a given measurement report was in response to a BCCH/neighbor list received on BCCH (SI2xxx) or on dowlink SACCH (SI5xxx). Closes: OS#2525 Change-Id: I1cd0dc51026dcd0e508e63eea4e333e6b184787a
2017-10-01libbsc: document arguments of generate_bcch_chan_list()Harald Welte1-1/+7
Change-Id: I5afc6e6a5a1d6b6a8ee73fdb60cc28074cf8585b
2017-09-27Show OML link uptime in vtyMax3-3/+29
Save the time when OML link to BTS was established and show it in vty. That's useful when troubleshooting issues like periodic/sporadic BTS restart. Related: SYS#3889 Change-Id: I9e4e8504afe8ca467b68d41826f61654e24d9600
2017-09-25CTRL: cleanup write-only command functionsMax1-31/+3
Remove trivial functions by using more specific defines for CTRL commands. Change-Id: I10d6d18663aed87324d60472a0fc3bd1d0961dea
2017-09-25Further cleanup leftovers from BSC/MSC splitMax1-1/+0
* drop unused header * fix name of jenkins test * remove dead code Change-Id: I986904864741995910b6ba92173b9f7b1b03e2f1
2017-09-23Wrap channel state assignment in macroMax2-5/+6
Previously we've used function so debug print always pointed to the same place which is not very useful. Wrap it with macro so proper file:line is printed. Also, make sure that we always change state only through this wrapper and log only when the state has changed. Change-Id: I21789f8021290965b61a54a2b23177ccbbfe8321
2017-09-14SI13: drop PBCCH-related bitsMax2-44/+16
According to 3GPP TS 44.018 §1.8 the "network shall never enable PBCCH and PCCCH". Change-Id: I319e71a4b0c682361529e9c21377398a826b934b Related: OS#2400
2017-09-08Make TRX rf locking more visibleMax3-7/+11
* log administrative state transitions * log what's caused it * while at it, mark boolean variable as such Change-Id: I3e25a19fac4d0b4886d825c9876771b1f66efe58 Related: SYS#3864
2017-09-06move include/openbsc to include/osmocom/bscNeels Hofmeyr85-442/+442
Change-Id: I39e7b882caa98334636d19ccd104fd83d07d5055
2017-09-06drop files unrelated to osmo-bscNeels Hofmeyr2-413/+0
These either remain from openbsc.git or slipped in while applying recent patches from openbsc.git and do not belong in osmo-bsc. Empty out contrib: remove things that are either obviously unrelated to osmo-bsc, or seem old and/or esoteric. osmoappdesc.py: drop nitb_e1_configs (and some ws) Change-Id: Ib20064f35e623d99c7d59496a3156e84b8a0d07a