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bs11_config - Configuration of BS-11 BTS via RS232

BS11_CONFIG(1) BS11_CONFIG(1)

NAME

bs11_config - Configuration of BS-11 BTS via RS232

SYNOPSIS

bs11_config [options] [command]

DESCRIPTION

bs11_config is a small commandline program that can be used to configure the BS-11? BTS using its RS232 link.
It can perform a subset of the functions that are typically performed using the Siemens LMT (Local Maintenance Terminal) software, such as
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querying some essential configuration values
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creating and deleting TRX1 objects
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download of SAFETY LOAD software
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download of BTS software
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creating an initial configuration (such as creating BBSIG,CCLK,PA,... objects)
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setting the Tx output power of the RF amplifier
It is part of the OpenBSC base station controller software from Osmocom.

OPTIONS

-h,--help
Print this help text
-p,--port </dev/ttyXXX>
Specify serial port
-s,--software <file>
Specify Software file
-S,--safety <file>
Specify Safety Load file
-d,--delay <ms>
Specify delay in milliseconds
-D,--disconnect
Disconnect BTS from BSC
-w,--win-size <num>
Specify Window Size
-f,--forced
Force Software Load

SUPPORTED COMMANDS

query
Query the BS-11 about serial number and configuration
disconnect
Disconnect A-bis link (go into administrative state)
resconnect
Reconnect A-bis link (go into normal state)
restart
Restart the BTS
software
Download Software (only in administrative state)
create-trx1
Create objects for TRX1 (Danger: Your BS-11 might overheat)
delete-trx1
Delete objects for TRX1
pll-e1-locked
Set the PLL to be locked to E1 clock
pll-standalone
Set the PLL to be in standalone mode
pll-setvalue <value>
Set the PLL set value
pll-workvalue <value>
Set the PLL work value
oml-tei
Set OML E1 TS and TEI
bport0-star
Set BPORT0 line config to star
bport0-multidrop
Set BPORT0 line config to multidrop
bport1-multidrop
Set BPORT1 line config to multidrop
create-bport1
Create BPORT1 object
delete-bport1
Delete BPORT1 object

SEE ALSO

isdnsync(1), osmo-bsc(1)

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by Ruben Undheim <ruben.undheim@gmail.com> for the Debian project (and may be used by others).
13 May 2016