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Holger Hans Peter Freyther wrote: > On Tue, Nov 27, 2012 at 05:25:45PM +0100, Andreas Eversberg wrote: >> hi holger, > hi Andreas, > > yes it is a hack and has only been pushed to my zecke/work-with-nitb > branch. > >> i saw your patch, but i did not like it. i just breaks the way >> location updating is done by standard. it is a workaround and not >> committed to master, but i think this should be an option for a >> baseband stack that is designed to test an play with. therefore i >> made a patch to configure this option via vty. it is not tested, but >> it obviously should work. > Thanks for the patch. I wonder if something like removing the TMSI > from the SIM Card as a VTY command might be better? I triggered this > by deleting my hlr.sqlite3 and 'mobile' came back with an invalid > TMSI and the NITB does not ask for the IMSI. hi holger, you can use "sim lai <mcc> <mnc> <lac>" to set lai. in this case, the tmsi is removed and also stored in the sim card, if sim reader is selected. regards, andreas