Osmocom-bb Making a call

Altaf altaf329 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 29 09:35:55 UTC 2012


Hello everybody.

I make the LCR integration and encounter this error.

root at cwm-LIFEBOOK-S7110:~/project/lcr-1.10# lcr start

** LCR  Version 1.10

000000 DEBUG (in getrulesetbyname() line 1871): ruleset main found.
000000 DEBUG (in mISDNloop_open() line 36): Open external interface of
loopback.
000000 DEBUG (in mISDNport_open() line 2388): Port has 20 b-channels.
000000 DEBUG (in mISDNport_open() line 2409): using 'mISDN_dsp.o' module
000000 TRACE 29.06.12 11:28:12.620 CH: PORT (open)  port 1  mode network 
channels 20
000000 DEBUG (in gsm_ms_new() line 805): GSM: interface for MS '1
/tmp/osmocom_l2' is created
000000 ERROR (in mncc_socket_retry_cb() line 1101): Could not connect to
MNCC socket /tmp/ms_mncc_1 /tmp/osmocom_l2, retrying in 5 seconds
000000 DEBUG (in mISDNport_open() line 2388): Port has 20 b-channels.
000000 DEBUG (in mISDNport_open() line 2409): using 'mISDN_dsp.o' module
000000 TRACE 29.06.12 11:28:12.621 CH: PORT (open)  port 0  mode terminal 
channels 20
LCR 1.10 started, waiting for calls...
000000 TRACE 29.06.12 11:28:12.635 --: LCR 1.10 started, waiting for
calls...
000000 DEBUG (in mISDN_upqueue() line 1869): Received MPH_INFORMATION_IND
for port 0 (Ext).
000000 TRACE 29.06.12 11:28:12.635 CH: PH_DEACTIVATE INDICATION U<-N  port 0
000000 DEBUG (in mISDN_upqueue() line 1869): Received MPH_INFORMATION_IND
for port 0 (Ext).
000000 DEBUG (in mISDN_upqueue() line 1869): Received MPH_INFORMATION_IND
for port 0 (Ext).
000000 ERROR (in mncc_socket_retry_cb() line 1101): Could not connect to
MNCC socket /tmp/ms_mncc_1 /tmp/osmocom_l2, retrying in 5 seconds


$ lcradmin state

GSM(port 1: mISDN_l1loop.2) NT ptmp use:0  L1 UP
Ext(port 0: mISDN_l1loop.1) TE ptmp use:0  L2 unkn  L1 down


can you give some hint where i am going wrong.

thank you

altaf

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