AW: AW: running lcr with openbsc and nanoBTS

Fabrice Ismael Poundeu Tchouatieu fabrice.poundeu at smail.inf.fh-bonn-rhein-sieg.de
Thu Apr 29 09:00:51 CEST 2010


Hye Andreas,

thanks for the help. That was exactly my problem and you help me solve it.

regards;

Fabrice


Quoting "Andreas.Eversberg" <Andreas.Eversberg at versatel.de>:

>>> output of "misdn_info"
>> Found 2 ports
>>   Port  0 'mISDN_l1loop.1':  TE/NT-mode PRI E1  (for phone lines & E1
> devices)
>>                              30 B-channels: 1-15 17-31
>>                                 B-protocols: RAW HDLC X75slp
>>   --------
>>   Port  1 'mISDN_l1loop.2':  TE/NT-mode PRI E1  (for phone lines & E1
> devices)
>>                              30 B-channels: 1-15 17-31
>>                                 B-protocols: RAW HDLC X75slp
>
> hi fabrice,
>
> the mISDN_l1loop interfaces are used to bring audio channels from the
> BTS into the kernel (mISDN driver). there they can be connected to other
> ISDN ports or used by chan_lcr (asterisk channel driver). both
> interfaces are used by the [GSM] interface. (see gsm.conf) there are two
> interfaces: one is for the BTS side and the other for the chan_lcr
> (asterisk) side.
>
> since you have no physical interface, i assume that you want to use
> asterisk in combination with chan_lcr. but you also have [Int] and [Ext]
> interfaces defined. you may only use them if you actually have physical
> interfaces. what happens here: the given port numbers 0 and 1 match you
> virtual l1loop interfaces, which are already in use for [GSM] interface.
> unless you don't have physical cards, remove them. (interface.conf)
>
> now you may route all call from the GSM interface (or any interface to
> the chan_lcr:
>
> see routing.conf
>
> [main]
> 	: remote application=asterisk
>
> and from asterisk to lcr:
>
> Dial(LCR/GSM/<extension from hlr>[/<options>])
>
>
> try a test first:
>
> [main]
> 	: test prefix=5
>
> and you should hear music...
>
> regards,
>
> andreas
>
> p.s. i think we may require a howto. also i think i must put some
> 'working' packages together at one point to download. sometimes api
> changes a bit, so always latest packets may not work together.
>
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Fabrice Ismael Poundeu Tchouatieu

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