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osmo-nitb - Osmocom GSM Network in the Box
This is the Network-in-a-Box version of OpenBSC. It has all the GSM network components bundled together. When using osmocom-nitb, there is no need for a Mobile Switching Center (MSC) which is needed when using osmocom-bsc. Typically you would have to create a configuration file and start osmo-nitb with the "-c" option. There are example configuration files in: /usr/share/doc/osmocom-nitb/examples/osmo-nitb
-h,--help This text. -d option,--debug=DRLL:DCC:DMM:DRR:DRSL:DNM Enable debugging. -D,--daemonize Fork the process into a background daemon. -c,--config-file <filename> The config file to use. -s,--disable-color -l,--database <db-name> The database to use. -a,--authorize-everyone Authorize every new subscriber. Dangerous! -T,--timestamp Prefix every log line with a timestamp. -V,--version Print the version of OpenBSC. -P,--rtp-proxy Enable the RTP Proxy code inside OpenBSC. -e,--log-level <number> Set a global loglevel. -m,--mncc-sock Disable built-in MNCC handler and offer socket. -C,--no-dbcounter Disable regular syncing of counters to database. -r,--rf-ctl <NAME> A unix domain socket to listen for cmds.
This manual page was written by Ruben Undheim <email@example.com> for the Debian project (and may be used by others). 13 November 2018 OSMO_NITB(1)