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The NS implementation part of the Gb implementation libosmogb
so far implemented a rather classic dialect of Gb, with lots of
heritage to FR (Frame Relay) transports. At least since Release 6
of the NS specification, there's an IP Sub-Network Service (SNS),
* permits for dynamic configuration of IP endpoints and their NS-VCs
* abandons the concept of a NSVCI on IP transport
* forbids the use of RESET/BLOCK/UNBLOCK procedures on IP transport
This commit introduces BSS-side IP-SNS support to libosmogb in a
minimally invasive way. It adds a corresponding SNS FSM to each NS
instance, and implements the new SIZE/CONFIG/ADD/DELETE/CHANGE_WEIGHT
procedures very closely aligned with the spec.
In order to use the SNS flavor (rather than the classic one),
a BSS implementation should use gprs_ns_nsip_connect_sns() instead
of the existing gprs_ns_nsip_connect().
This implementation comes with a set of TTCN-3 tests in
PCU_Tests_RAW_SNS.ttcn, see Change-ID
I0fe3d4579960bab0494c294ec7ab8032feed4fb2 of osmo-ttcn3-hacks.git
Modern NS specifications contain a SNS (Sub Network Service) for
negotiating IP/port/weight parameters of NS-over-IP links dynamically.
This patch adds message encoding routines for SNS-CONFIG, SNS-SIZE
and their respective acknowledgements.
Considering the various styles and implications found in the sources, edit
scores of files to follow the same API doc guidelines around the doxygen
grouping and the \file tag.
Many files now show a short description in the generated API doc that was so
far only available as C comment.
The guidelines and reasoning behind it is documented at
In some instances, remove file comments and add to the corresponding group
instead, to be shared among several files (e.g. bitvec).
Especially for short descriptions, it is annoying to have to type \brief for
every single API doc.
Drop all \brief and enable the AUTOBRIEF feature of doxygen, which always takes
the first sentence of an API doc as the brief description.
Add value strings for Service Control PDUs according to 3GPP TS 48.016 §9
and use them for logging.
Signed-off-by: Sylvain Munaut <tnt@246tNt.com>