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MT CSFB calls fail (only) first time after Airplane mode toggle (probably on first attach to EUTRAN too)

Added by keith almost 2 years ago. Updated almost 2 years ago.

Status:
New
Priority:
Low
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Category:
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Target version:
-
Start date:
03/19/2022
Due date:
% Done:

0%

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Description

To reproduce:

With working EUTRAN and GERAN networks, toggle airplane mode. Phone (re)-ATTACHes to LTE network.

Call the phone:

In osmo-msc: (i've attached the entire debug log)

20220319023547480 DMM DEBUG msc_a(TMSI-0x2F655780:GERAN-A-50:LU)[0x55b8e91359b0]{MSC_A_ST_VALIDATE_L3}: LOCATION UPDATING REQUEST: MI=TMSI-0x2F655780 LU-type=NORMAL (gsm_04_
20220319023547480 DMM DEBUG msc_a(TMSI-0x2F655780:GERAN-A-50:LU)[0x55b8e91359b0]{MSC_A_ST_VALIDATE_L3}: USIM: old LAI: 334-07-101 (gsm_04_08.c:407)
20220319023547480 DPAG DEBUG Paging: IMSI-334070000000968:MSISDN-12345174747:TMSI-0x2F655780 for MNCC: establish call: Paging Response action (expired) (paging.c:154)
20220319023547480 DPAG DEBUG Paging: IMSI-334070000000968:MSISDN-12345174747:TMSI-0x2F655780 for MNCC: establish call: Removing Paging Request (paging.c:127)
20220319023547480 DCC DEBUG trans(CC:NULL IMSI-334070000000968:MSISDN-12345174747:TMSI-0x2F655780 callref-0x13ad tid-255) Paging expired (gsm_04_08_cc.c:339)
20220319023547480 DMNCC DEBUG trans(CC:NULL IMSI-334070000000968:MSISDN-12345174747:TMSI-0x2F655780 callref-0x13ad tid-255) tx MNCC_REL_IND (gsm_04_08_cc.c:237)
20220319023547480 DCC DEBUG trans(CC:NULL IMSI-334070000000968:MSISDN-12345174747:TMSI-0x2F655780 callref-0x0 tid-255) Freeing transaction (transaction.c:230)

After this 1st try, the subsequent try succeeds:

20220319024811027 DCC DEBUG trans(CC:NULL IMSI-334070000000968:MSISDN-12345174747:TMSI-0x24706684 callref-0x13af tid-255) New transaction (transaction.c:218)
20220319024811027 DMNCC DEBUG trans(CC:NULL IMSI-334070000000968:MSISDN-12345174747:TMSI-0x24706684 callref-0x13af tid-255) rx MNCC_SETUP_REQ (gsm_04_08_cc.c:1979)
20220319024811027 DPAG DEBUG Paging: IMSI-334070000000968:MSISDN-12345174747:TMSI-0x24706684 for MNCC: establish call: Starting paging (paging.c:101)
20220319024814102 DMM DEBUG Tx AUTH REQ (rand = 07e7f2e89f5782be2bac726d7d90914a) (gsm_04_08.c:642)
20220319024814102 DMM DEBUG    AUTH REQ (autn = e6ab0ad9e6a7000050ffb868d2a25996) (gsm_04_08.c:644)
20220319024815042 DMM DEBUG msc_a(IMSI-334070000000968:MSISDN-12345174747:TMSI-0x24706684:GERAN-A-52:PAGING_RESP)[0x55b8e913d250]{MSC_A_ST_AUTH_CIPH}: MM UMTS AUTHENTICATION RESPONSE (res = 6ce1b1df36c7c61f) (gsm_04_08.c:1119)
20220319024815749 DPAG DEBUG Paging: IMSI-334070000000968:MSISDN-12345174747:TMSI-0x24706684 for MNCC: establish call: Paging Response action (success) (paging.c:154)
20220319024815749 DPAG DEBUG Paging: IMSI-334070000000968:MSISDN-12345174747:TMSI-0x24706684 for MNCC: establish call: Removing Paging Request (paging.c:127)
20220319024815749 DCC DEBUG trans(CC:NULL IMSI-334070000000968:MSISDN-12345174747:TMSI-0x24706684 callref-0x13af tid-255) Paging succeeded (gsm_04_08_cc.c:316)

There's a difference in show subscriber cache after an ATTACH via SGS as opposed to a complete LUR on GERAN (we have auth data):

show subscriber cache 
  Subscriber #00: 
    MSISDN: 12345174747
    LAC / cell ID: 101 / 100
    RAN type: EUTRAN-SGs
    IMSI: 334070000000968
    TMSI: 1E460BB7
    IMEI: 35729207588080
    IMEISV: 3572920758808001
    Flags: 
      IMSI detached:                  false
      Conf. by radio contact:         true
      Subscr. data conf. by HLR:      true
      Location conf. in HLR:          true
      Subscriber dormant:             false
      Received cancel location:       false
      MS not reachable:               false
      LA allowed:                     true
    A3A8 last tuple (used 1 times): 
      seq # : 4
      RAND  : 17 8a 18 c2 62 8e 85 a5 fe a1 1b 03 c2 51 37 9a 
      SRES  : a0 10 84 9a 
      Kc    : 01 1d 45 1b 6c 47 74 00 
    Expires: never
    Paging: not paging for 0 requests
    SGs-state: SGs-ASSOCIATED
    SGs-MME: mmec01.mmegi0002.mme.epc.mnc007.mcc334.3gppnetwork.org
    Use count total: 1
    Use count: 1 (attached)
show subscriber cache 
  Subscriber #00: 
    MSISDN: 12345174747
    LAC / cell ID: 101 / 0
    RAN type: EUTRAN-SGs
    IMSI: 334070000000968
    TMSI: 2F655780
    Flags: 
      IMSI detached:                  false
      Conf. by radio contact:         true
      Subscr. data conf. by HLR:      true
      Location conf. in HLR:          true
      Subscriber dormant:             false
      Received cancel location:       false
      MS not reachable:               false
      LA allowed:                     true
    Expires: never
    Paging: not paging for 0 requests
    SGs-state: SGs-ASSOCIATED
    SGs-MME: mmec01.mmegi0002.mme.epc.mnc007.mcc334.3gppnetwork.org
    Use count total: 1
    Use count: 1 (attached)

Assigning to myself; I do intend to fix it.

Would appreciate confirmation all the same from anybody else who has a working setup, or even some static analysis by those more familiar with this code.


Files

osmo-msc-csfb.log osmo-msc-csfb.log 117 KB keith, 03/19/2022 02:37 AM
Actions #1

Updated by keith almost 2 years ago

  • Subject changed from MT CSFB calls fail (only) first time after Airplane mode toggle (probably on first attach to EUTRA N too) to MT CSFB calls fail (only) first time after Airplane mode toggle (probably on first attach to EUTRAN too)
Actions #2

Updated by keith almost 2 years ago

If I disable encryption/auth on the 2G Network, then this issue does not manifest.

So it's something to do with auth negotiation during the LUR that causes Paging Timeout and then sending a release indication to the MNCC?

Actions #3

Updated by keith almost 2 years ago

My guess if that at some point something is calling cc_paging_cb() before we have an msc_a, but this is only happening while auth/ciphering is going on.

https://git.osmocom.org/osmo-msc/tree/src/libmsc/gsm_04_08_cc.c#n306

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