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YateBTS / Re: GPRS Networking Basics GGSN
« on: September 06, 2014, 08:25:21 AM »
The easiest way is to change the MS.IP.Base to a different subnet than your LAN and set up a NAT for the mobile phones to access the Internet.

For DNS check if your /etc/resolv.conf is populated correctly.

Hi Paulc.

When you say add a NAT for the mobile are you referring to add a nat to iptables on my BTS dev box? Seem like I'm somehow making this more difficult than it is....   ???

Dev box locaip 192.168.99.x/24 gateway
setting MSIPBase to

YateBTS / GPRS Networking Basics GGSN
« on: September 05, 2014, 03:19:09 AM »
Will someone give me the basics on how GPRS networking works from the yatebts prospective please. I have read over the GPRS troubleshooting

Running Ubuntu 14.04 built yate and yate bts from svn

My local network subnet is Does this conflict with the default MS.IP.Base? Should the MS.IP.Base be set to a different subset all together and set MS.IP.Route to my default local route?

My clients will get an ip from the BTS but the dns and gateway are never set on the phone (tried different phones android, windows phone, nokia). I have tried setting values statically in the config file but that does not work either. The phones show that the GPRS connection is up. I have set an APN. Firewall.Enable is off. Voice and SMS are working fine. Maybe the issues is with the sgsntun. What is the best log file for troubleshooting this issues?

YateBTS / Re: GSM/MULAW Audio Codec Problem?
« on: September 05, 2014, 12:02:35 AM »
The module gsmcodec.yate is missing.
If you built yate from sources you need libgsm devel.

I installed libgsm1 and libgsm1-dev re-pulled from the trunk and built again. Now everything is working as expected. Thank you for the help!

YateBTS / GSM/MULAW Audio Codec Problem?
« on: September 04, 2014, 11:39:19 AM »
I'm not quite sure where to start as I'm a new to yate and yatebts... So I can make a call and keep the call up for an extend period without issues but I get no audio. Here is the errors that I'm getting once the call is answered. This also happens when calling 32843 David. SMS is working fine.

<WARN> DataTranslator::attachChain [0x7fa12c002730] 'mulaw' -> [0x7fa12c0133d0] 'gsm' failed
<WARN> DataTranslator::attachChain [0x7fa12c0131b0] 'gsm' -> [0x7fa12c011160] 'mulaw' failed
<WARN> DataTranslator::attachChain [0x7fa12c011df0] 'mulaw' -> [0x7fa12c017060] 'gsm' failed
<WARN> DataTranslator::attachChain [0x7fa12c016e40] 'gsm' -> [0x7fa12c011fd0] 'mulaw' failed

YateBTS / Re: Help with NIB Setup
« on: September 04, 2014, 11:14:50 AM »
I have played around with OpenBTS before and now I wanted to look into YateBTS.
I am on Ubuntu 12.04 with a USRP N210.

I have followed the instruction to roll my own YateBTS given at the wiki:
I get to the point that I can run Yate and then in a separate terminal run:
telnet 5038

I can talk to the eliza bot and run nib commands such as:
nib list registered

every time that I go to a browser and try to go to I just get a Not Found page.

I have tried to follow all instructions at both

Can anyone suggest any help on how to access the web GUI or what I could be missing.

Thank you very much
Update :

I was able to fix the issue. The issue was not with YateBTS but with Apache.
I just needed to apt-get libapache2-mod-php5 and now I have the proper browser interface and phones can connect.
First make sure you have Apache installed or another web server # sudo apt-get install apache2
Have you tried
Look at your /var/www dir and see if you a "nib" dir or it could be be in the /var/www/html dir.  But regardless you should have a symbolic link "nib" pointing to "/usr/local/share/yate/nib_web".

YateBTS / Re: Help with GSM phones connecting
« on: August 30, 2014, 02:41:09 AM »
So was this fully removed from the public release? Is this being held back to push LabKit sales?


Because we know that installing the SIM part of the NIB is a very difficult task, we don't usually activate it in the public NIB. Is usually available in the public NIB but activated only in the LabKit.


Installation from packets/SVN/.exe/AppStore / Re: starting up yate
« on: August 20, 2014, 01:24:50 PM »

The path where you installed libyate is not in the path of the dynamic loader.  In order to add that path you need to edit /etc/ file and add a new line with the desired path. The path where you have installed libyate is probably  /usr/local/lib or /usr/local/lib64.

After you do the editing run (also as root) the following command ldconfig and then retest if you can run yate.

Many thanks it worked.
I added the below to /etc/ and reset with ldconfig as suggested.
include /usr/local/lib/

Installation from packets/SVN/.exe/AppStore / starting up yate
« on: August 19, 2014, 09:02:41 PM »
Running ubuntu 14.04. I went through the install wiki and everything installed as expected no issues. Im now trying to start yate getting this error:

$ sudo yate -sd -vvvvv -l /var/log/yate.log
yate: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Any ideas on how to fix this? Thanks!

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