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Sat Apr 16 12:26:00 UTC 2016

I deduct that

" #if defined(L1_HAS_EFR) && defined(USE_L1_RTP_MODE) "

is why I'm seeing this message logged, but it seems to be #define...

Any pointers, ideas ? This doesn't seem like a configuration thing, but a
compilation time option?
I'd have expected that EFR is fully supported?

osmo-bts.cfg snippet
bts 0
 band 850
 ipa unit-id 1801 0
 oml remote-ip
 rtp jitter-buffer 100
 paging queue-size 200
 paging lifetime 0
 trx 0
  clock-calibration 603
  trx-calibration-path (null)
  clock-source ocxo
  uplink-power-target -75
  min-qual-rach -5
  min-qual-norm -5


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<div>I have FINALLY gotten to play with my sysmoBTS acquired many months ag=
o, and updated to the latest packages using okpg, and am running a NITB.</d=
iv><div><br></div><div>GSM850 test setup in open mode A5/0, and I can SMS a=
nd call between devices.</div>
<div><br></div><div>However, there is no audio, and BTS console logs report=
s many repeats of the following during an established call.</div><div><br><=
/div><0006> tch.c:601 (bts=3D0,trx=3D0,ts=3D7,ss=3D0) Rx Payload Type=
 EFR is unsupported<div>
<0006> tch.c:601 (bts=3D0,trx=3D0,ts=3D7,ss=3D0) Rx Payload Type EFR =
is unsupported</div><div><0006> tch.c:601 (bts=3D0,trx=3D0,ts=3D7,ss=
=3D0) Rx Payload Type EFR is unsupported</div><div><br><div><br></div><div>=

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