|CSN.1 integration to TITAN? [message #1768776]
||Sun, 23 July 2017 19:20
| Harald Welte
Registered: July 2017
Location: Berlin, Germany
Does anyone here have experience in integrating with protocols specified in the CSN.1 syntax, as used for 3GPP TS 44.060 (GPRS RRC/MAC) as well as 44.018 (RR system information rest octets)?
I know that TITAN has no native support for this. But given its background in the cellular industry, I'm sure somebody must have done this before.
If there was some external tool that would take the CSN.1 syntax and generate XML + XSD from it, one could use this with the TITAN XML coder. The same would apply for a tool that could transcode CSN.1 syntax to ASN.1 and transcode the data to BER encoding, a bit similar to what Elemér has suggested multiple times for APER/UPER support.
It seems there are CSN.1 to TTCN-3 converters from Testing Technologies (http://www.testingtech.com/products/ttplugins_csn1.php) and Spirent (http://www.spirent.cn/Products/TTworkbench/TTplugins) but I'd assume they are specific to their TTCN-3 toolchain and they're unlikely to work with TITAN.
Most of the (few) CSN.1 compilers / code generaters out there are able to generate Java/C/C++ code for encoding/decoding, but that of course won't help at all with generating the TTCN-3 data types associated with it
I've been thinking a bit about using Wireshark's intenal library to generate XML or JSON and feed that into TITAN. However, while it can generate XML/JSON dumps of the message, it cannot generate related XSD or JSON schemata. Writing them from hand would probably be just as complex as implementing encoder/decoder from hand :( - and that I'm for sure not prepared to do.
Does anyone have ideas about how to approach this? I'm not fundamentally opposed to licensing a proprietary external tool to do the conversion, as long as it runs on Linux and works with TITAN.
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