Provided by: osmo-bsc_1.8.1-2ubuntu1_amd64
osmo-bsc - Osmocom BSC
This is the BSC-only version of OpenBSC. It requires a Mobile Switching Center (MSC) to operate. You might rather prefer to use osmocom-nitb which is considered a "GSM Network-in-a-Box" and does not depend on a MSC. Typically you start osmo-bsc with the -c option specifying where to find the configuration file. There are example configuration files in: /usr/share/doc/osmo-bsc/examples/osmo-bsc
-h,--help this text -D,--daemonize Fork the process into a background daemon -d option,--debug=DRLL:DCC:DMM:DRR:DRSL:DNM enable debugging -s,--disable-color -T,--timestamp Print a timestamp in the debug output. -c,--config-file <filename> The config file to use. -l,--local=IP The local address of the MGCP. -e,--log-level <number> Set a global loglevel. -r,--rf-ctl <NAME> A unix domain socket to listen for cmds. -t,--testmode A special mode to provoke failures at the MSC.
This manual page was written by Ruben Undheim <email@example.com> for the Debian project (and may be used by others). 11 May 2022 OSMO-BSC(1)