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unmaintained fork of OpenBTS 2.8 http://fairwaves.co
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Welcome to the OpenBTS source code. For free support, please subscribe to firstname.lastname@example.org. See http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?forum_name=openbts-discuss and https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/openbts-discuss for details. For additional information, refer to http://openbts.org. These are the directories: AsteriskConfig Asterisk configuration files for use with OpenBTS. CommonLib Common-use libraries, mostly C++ wrappers for basic facilities. Control Control-layer functions for the protocols of GSM 04.08 and SIP. GSM The GSM stack. SIP Components of the SIP state machines ued by the control layer. SMS The SMS stack. SR The subscriber registry. TRXManager The interface between the GSM stack and the radio. Transceiver The software transceiver and specific installation tests. apps OpenBTS application binaries. doc Project documentation. tests Test fixtures for subsets of OpenBTS components. smqueue RFC-3428 store-and-forward server for SMS By default, OpenBTS assumes the following UDP port assignments: 5060 -- Asterisk SIP interface 5061 -- local SIP softphone 5062 -- OpenBTS SIP interface 5063 -- smqueue SIP interface 5064 -- subscriber registry SIP interface 5700-range -- OpenBTS-transceiver interface These can be controlled in the CONFIG table in /etc/OpenBTS.db. Standrd paths: /OpenBTS -- Binary installation. /etc/OpenBTS -- Configuration databases. /var/run/OpenBTS -- Real-time reporting databases. The script apps/setUpFiles.sh will create these directories and install the correct files in them. Release history: Release Name SVN Reposiory SVN Rev Comments 1.0 (none) SF.net ?? completed L1, L2 1.1 Arnaudville GNU Radio r10019 (trunk) 1.2 Breaux Bridge GNU Radio r10088 (trunk) GNU Build, very early assignment 1.3 Carencro KSP r1 (trunk) first post-injunction release 1.4 Donaldsonville KSP r23 (trunk) fixed Ubuntu build error 1.5 Eunice KSP r39 (trunk) fixed L2 bugs related to segmentation removed incomplete SMS directory moved "abort" calls into L3 subclasses 1.6 New Iberia KSP r130 (trunk) import of all 2.2 improvements to non-SMS release 2.0 St. Francisville KSP r54 (smswork) SMS support file-based configuration 2.1 Grand Coteau KSP r70 (smswork) DTMF support fixed more Linux-related build errors -lpthread TLMessage constructor expanded stack to prevent overflows in Linux moved gSIPInterface to main app fixed iterator bug in Pager 2.2 Houma KSP r122 (smswork) added LEGAL notice removed Assert classes stop paging on page response fixed Pager-spin bug fixed Transceiver spin bugs fixed 2^32 microsecond rollover bug reduced stack footprints in Transceiver fixed SMS timestamps check LAI before using TMSI in LUR reduced memory requirement by 75% removed PagerTest fixed stale-transaction bug in paging handler fixed USRP clock rollover bug faster call connection new USRPDevice design 2.3 Jean Lafitte KSP r190? (trunk) check for out-of-date RACH bursts better TRX-GSM clock sync formal logging system command line interface emergency call setup 2.4 Kinder KSP r208? (trunk) fixed BCCH neighbor list bug support for neighbor lists fixed support for non-local Asterisk servers cleaner configuration management more realtime control of BCCH parameters proper rejection of Hold messages fixed L3 hanging bug in MTDCheckBYE 2.4.1 Kinder KSP r462 fixed lots of valgrind errors 2.4.2 Kinder KSP r482 zero-length calling party number bug g++ 4.4 #includes 2.5 Lacassine KSP r551 imported Joshua Lackey patches SIP fixes from Anne Kwong SIP fixes from testing with SMS server L3 TI handling fixes SMS server support GNU Radio 3.2 compatibility configurable max range and LU-reject cause "page" & "testcall" CLI features 2.5.1 Lacassine KSP r595 fixed some build bugs for some Linux distros 2.5.2 Lacassine KSP r630 fixed channel assignment bug for Nokia DCT4+ handsets 2.5.3 Lacassine KSP r756 merged fix for transceiver startup crash due to use of uninitialized variables (r646) merged fix for fusb bug from trunk (r582) 2.5.4 Lacassine KSP r812 merged fixes to build under latest Fedora and to build with git GnuRadio (r814) 2.6 Mamou KSP r886 fixed infamous fusb bug (r582) fixed idle-filling table size bug smoother uplink power control load-limiting downlink power control new "config" features (optional, static) IMEI interrogation fixed MOD "missing FIFO" bug configurable short code features fixed transceiver startup crash (r646) readline support is back fixed timing advance bug (r844) added CLI "chans" command track time-of-use in TMSI table (r844) added CLI "noise" command (r844) added CLI "rxpower" command (r844) added CLI "unconfig" command 2.7 Natchitoches Range rxxx (never released publicly) converted TMSITable to sqlite3 (r902) sqlite3-based configuration (r???) converted Logger to syslogd (r903) added support for rest octets (r1022) external database for transaction reporting (r1184) external database for channel status reporting (r1203) in-call delivery and submission of text messages (r1231) RFC-2833 DMTF (r1249) 2.8 Opelousas Range rxxx move databases to /etc and /var RRLP aiding support