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Other Yate server issues / SIP outbound proxy not working
« Last post by Gerry on July 09, 2020, 03:20:29 AM »
Hi,

How can I define a SIP outbound proxy for all calls routed by the register module?

I tried several things with no luck. The outbound parameter seems to be only used in ysipchan and I see some example uses
with regexroute and accfile but not with the register module.

I am able to set the outbound parameter in regexroute before routing hits the register module. The outbound parameter shows up in the message sniffer when doing routing with the register module. The INVITE is however sent to the R-URI address and not the outbound address. It seems that the outbound proxy functionality is not implemented for all SIP channels, just for LINE functions from accfile.

I am using yate 4.1.1

How can I fix this? If that is not implemented, where in the code should I patch that?

Thanks for you help.

Gerry
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YateBTS / BladeRF 2.0 micro xA4 Noise Problem
« Last post by SkySegel on July 06, 2020, 08:01:27 AM »
Hello everyone,
i'm using the bladerf 2.0 micro xA4 with the yatebts software from the nuand yate-rc tarball. I'm getting a noise value between -10 and -25 dB from mbts noise command - regardless what I'm adjusting at the rx gain level. Together with the BT-200 LNA the noise is even worser. I tried with agc and without - no difference. The hardware itself seems to work since I get good results with gqrx.
I'm working on this issue now for a couple of weeks and running currently out of options.
Is anyone using the bladerf 2.0 micro xA4 successfully with yatebts ?

Thank you in advance!
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Yate based projects / Re: Nodejs library compatible to javascript.yate
« Last post by Doug on June 28, 2020, 09:15:05 AM »
Hi, Anton!

Great job, I was really thinking about something like that...

Thanks for sharing!  ;D
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Yate based projects / Re: G72x Codecs
« Last post by Doug on June 28, 2020, 09:08:03 AM »
Hello people!

I tried to compile the codecs using the new version of Intel IPP, but without success ...

Can anyone share an older version of IPP or the codecs already ready for the latest version?

Thank you!
Doug
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YateBTS / Re: RPi4
« Last post by XthreaD on June 18, 2020, 04:22:00 AM »
If your referring to not being able to set the desired CI, as being you need to enter more characters for "Identity.CI ", then im having the same problem... Unfortunately i havent figured it out yet... hoping some of the dev guys could chime in.
Basically in australia many cell towers have a Identity.CI # of 6 or 7 digits and when you try to save it into Yate it doesnt allow it, is there a way around this??

btw im getting close to having it running on the Pi4 but its been a nightmare so far!!
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YateBTS / Re: LimeSDR and YateBTS
« Last post by solarwasser on June 17, 2020, 09:54:38 AM »
Hi,
I have the same problem:

uhd_find_devices and SoapySDRUtil --probe=“driver=lime” does find the device but when I start yatebts it doesn't.
I selected transceiver-uhd as transceiver... Anyone here who got yate & limesdr working together?

######################################################
##     Soapy SDR -- the SDR abstraction library     ##
######################################################

Probe device “driver=lime”
[INFO] Make connection: 'LimeSDR Mini [USB 3.0] 1D537DA8A266E1'
[INFO] Reference clock 40.00 MHz
[INFO] Device name: LimeSDR-Mini
[INFO] Reference: 40 MHz
[INFO] LMS7002M register cache: Disabled

----------------------------------------------------
-- Device identification
----------------------------------------------------
  driver=FT601
  hardware=LimeSDR-Mini
  boardSerialNumber=0xa8a266e1
  firmwareVersion=6
  gatewareVersion=1.30
  hardwareVersion=2
  protocolVersion=1

----------------------------------------------------
-- Peripheral summary
----------------------------------------------------
  Channels: 1 Rx, 1 Tx
  Timestamps: YES
  Sensors: clock_locked, lms7_temp
     * clock_locked (Clock Locked): true
        CGEN clock is locked, good VCO selection.
     * lms7_temp (LMS7 Temperature): 50.257133 C
        The temperature of the LMS7002M in degrees C.
  Registers: BBIC
  Other Settings:
     * SAVE_CONFIG - Save LMS settings to file
       [key=SAVE_CONFIG, type=string]
     * LOAD_CONFIG - Load LMS settings from file
       [key=LOAD_CONFIG, type=string]
     * OVERSAMPLING - oversampling ratio (0 - auto)
       [key=OVERSAMPLING, type=int, options=(0, 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32)]
  GPIOs: MAIN

----------------------------------------------------
-- RX Channel 0
----------------------------------------------------
  Full-duplex: YES
  Supports AGC: NO
  Stream formats: CF32, CS12, CS16
  Native format: CS16 [full-scale=32767]
  Stream args:
     * Buffer Length - The buffer transfer size over the link.
       [key=bufferLength, units=samples, default=0, type=int]
     * Link Format - The format of the samples over the link.
       [key=linkFormat, default=CS16, type=string, options=(CS16, CS12)]
     * Skip Calibration - Skip automatic activation calibration.
       [key=skipCal, default=false, type=bool]
     * align phase - Attempt to align phase of Rx channels.
       [key=alignPhase, default=false, type=bool]
  Antennas: NONE, LNAH, LNAL_NC, LNAW, Auto
  Corrections: DC removal, DC offset, IQ balance
  Full gain range: [-12, 61] dB
    TIA gain range: [0, 12] dB
    LNA gain range: [0, 30] dB
    PGA gain range: [-12, 19] dB
  Full freq range: [0, 3800] MHz
    RF freq range: [30, 3800] MHz
    BB freq range: [-7.68, 7.68] MHz
  Tune args:
     * LO Offset - Tune the LO with an offset and compensate with the baseband CORDIC.
       [key=OFFSET, units=Hz, default=0.0, type=float, range=[-7.68e+06, 7.68e+06]]
     * BB - Specify a specific value for this component or IGNORE to skip tuning it.
       [key=BB, units=Hz, default=DEFAULT, type=float, range=[-7.68e+06, 7.68e+06], options=(DEFAULT, IGNORE)]
  Sample rates: [0.1, 65] MSps
  Filter bandwidths: [1.4001, 130] MHz
  Sensors: lo_locked
     * lo_locked (LO Locked): true
        LO synthesizer is locked, good VCO selection.
  Other Settings:
     * TSP_CONST - Digital DC test signal level in LMS7002M TSP chain.
       [key=TSP_CONST, default=16383, type=int, range=[0, 32767]]
     * CALIBRATE -  DC/IQ calibration bandwidth
       [key=CALIBRATE, type=float, range=[2.5e+06, 1.2e+08]]
     * ENABLE_GFIR_LPF - LPF bandwidth (must be set after sample rate)
       [key=ENABLE_GFIR_LPF, type=float]
     * TSG_NCO - Enable NCO test signal
       [key=TSG_NCO, default=4, type=int, options=(-1, 4, 8)]

----------------------------------------------------
-- TX Channel 0
----------------------------------------------------
  Full-duplex: YES
  Supports AGC: NO
  Stream formats: CF32, CS12, CS16
  Native format: CS16 [full-scale=32767]
  Stream args:
     * Buffer Length - The buffer transfer size over the link.
       [key=bufferLength, units=samples, default=0, type=int]
     * Link Format - The format of the samples over the link.
       [key=linkFormat, default=CS16, type=string, options=(CS16, CS12)]
     * Skip Calibration - Skip automatic activation calibration.
       [key=skipCal, default=false, type=bool]
     * align phase - Attempt to align phase of Rx channels.
       [key=alignPhase, default=false, type=bool]
  Antennas: NONE, BAND1, BAND2, Auto
  Corrections: DC offset, IQ balance
  Full gain range: [-12, 64] dB
    PAD gain range: [0, 52] dB
    IAMP gain range: [-12, 12] dB
  Full freq range: [0, 3800] MHz
    RF freq range: [30, 3800] MHz
    BB freq range: [-7.68, 7.68] MHz
  Tune args:
     * LO Offset - Tune the LO with an offset and compensate with the baseband CORDIC.
       [key=OFFSET, units=Hz, default=0.0, type=float, range=[-7.68e+06, 7.68e+06]]
     * BB - Specify a specific value for this component or IGNORE to skip tuning it.
       [key=BB, units=Hz, default=DEFAULT, type=float, range=[-7.68e+06, 7.68e+06], options=(DEFAULT, IGNORE)]
  Sample rates: [0.1, 65] MSps
  Filter bandwidths: [5, 40], [50, 130] MHz
  Sensors: lo_locked
     * lo_locked (LO Locked): false
        LO synthesizer is locked, good VCO selection.
  Other Settings:
     * TSP_CONST - Digital DC test signal level in LMS7002M TSP chain.
       [key=TSP_CONST, default=16383, type=int, range=[0, 32767]]
     * CALIBRATE -  DC/IQ calibration bandwidth
       [key=CALIBRATE, type=float, range=[2.5e+06, 1.2e+08]]
     * ENABLE_GFIR_LPF - LPF bandwidth (must be set after sample rate)
       [key=ENABLE_GFIR_LPF, type=float]
     * TSG_NCO - Enable NCO test signal
       [key=TSG_NCO, default=4, type=int, options=(-1, 4, 8)]


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Windows / Noise before call
« Last post by popeye on June 16, 2020, 08:47:08 PM »
Hello
Does anyone know how to remove noise after dialing phone number?
The sound is like my ears are ringing.
Thank you.
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Thanks for your reply.

Yes I remember trying the HTTPS URL and seeing the self-signed certificate. It helps a bit but still doesn't fully mitigate the risk.

When using software in production I do my best to ensure there's no risk of accidentally ending up with malicious code thanks to an MITM attack. Most software nowadays is distributed over a secure channel (whether HTTPS or HTTP with signatures verified out of band, like Debian's APT that uses GPG keys for this) so I was hoping it would be the same for Yate.
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Rjevski, nahuya vam https ?

Here is the working link:

svn checkout https://voip.null.ro/svn/yate/trunk yate

but the certificate is self-signed. Therefore, from SVN there will be additional questions.
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Hello,

Does anyone know how can I get a copy of the YATE source via a secure channel such as HTTPS?

At the moment it seems like both binary downloads and SVN go over unencrypted HTTP.

Regards.
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