Which repository to use for a 4G development

Rafael Diniz rafael at rhizomatica.org
Fri Jan 17 03:22:27 UTC 2020

Hi Spencer!

Thanks for all the information! I'm happy to see colte using Open5Gs too!

And big gratitude to Sukchan (I read your other email, tks) for
providing such good EPC implementation.


On 1/16/20 7:26 PM, Spencer Sevilla wrote:
> Hi Juba! Long time no see!
> Sukchan recently renamed the project to Open5Gs. Use the master branch
> of https://github.com/open5gs/open5gs and there’s a great guide to
> building from source
> here: https://open5gs.org/open5gs/docs/guide/02-building-open5gs-from-sources/.
> The docs in general can be found at https://open5gs.org/open5gs/docs/.
> If you run into issues, the GitHub Issues page is where a lot of the
> discussion currently takes place. Feel free to reach out to me
> directly if you hit any snags. Also, you should know that I’ve moved
> all my deployments over from OAI, and have been much, much happier
> with Open5Gs. Hoping to finish the colte integration soon and will
> email you at that time :-)
> Take care!
> Spencer
>> On Jan 16, 2020, at 13:11, Rafael Diniz <rafael at rhizomatica.org
>> <mailto:rafael at rhizomatica.org>> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Which repository should I look for to get the most stable NextEPC for a
>> real-world LTE deploying?
>> Thanks,
>> Rafael

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