Things to keep in mind before using Kamailio as a Load Balancer for Asterisk
Using Mkcert to generate valid SSL certificates on your local machine for development
Assigning static IPs to UEs in Open5GS
A look at PFCP for the Sx and N4 Interfaces
Kamailio world was an online event this year, but you can find all the videos here now they’ve all been posted.
1 September 2000 was when the 3310 was released…
Key changes in Australia’s AS/CA S009:2020 (Installation requirements for customer cabling
Using Wireshark to filter S1 messaging to find signalling from a specific subscriber,
List of Open Source Evolved Packet Core implementations
Unlocking Carrier Privileges through certificate on a UICC
What’s the deal with Tunnel Endpoint Identifiers and what do they do?
A look at the Handover process between Cells / BTSs in GSM using the Osmocom stack.
This is part of a series of posts focusing on common Diameter request pairs, looking at what’s inside and what they do. The Authentication Information Request (AIR) and Authentication Information Answer (AIA) are one of the first steps in authenticating a subscriber, and a very common Diameter transaction. The Process The Authentication Information Request (AIR) […]
When setting up the timeslots on the TRX for each BTS on your BSC, you’ll notice you have to set a channel type. So what do these acronyms mean, and how do they affect the performance of the network? GSM channels break down into one of to categories, control channels – used for signalling, and […]
Increasing the SSH timeout in Ansible
Depending on if you’re wearing a tin foil hat or not, silent SMS and silent calls could be a useful tool to for administering the network or a backdoor put in to track citizenry! Regardless of it’s reasons for existence, let’s take a look at what it actually does, and how we can use it. […]
Functionality of eNB MME selection based on Relative Capacity IE
Using SDR hardware to view the LTE System Information Block’s contents.
So far we’ve focused on building a plain “2G” (voice and SMS only) network, which was all consumers expected twenty years ago. As the number of users accessing the internet through DSL, Dial Up & ISDN grew, the idea of getting this data “on the go” became more appealing. TCP/IP was becoming the dominant standard […]
SS7 Basics and Osmo-STP as a Signaling Transfer Point