ipaccess-config(1) Tool to configure an ip.access nanoBTS


ipaccess-config [options] <IP_OF_BTS>


ipaccess-config is a small command line tool to configure an ip.access nanoBTS.

You can use this tool to perform basic operations such as setting NVRAM parameters or performing tests.

It is part of the OpenBSC base station controller from Osmocom.


Commands for writing to the BTS:

-u --unit-id UNIT_ID
Set the Unit ID of the BTS
-o --oml-ip IP
Set primary OML IP (IP of your BSC)
-i --ip-address IP/MASK
Set static IP address + netmask of BTS
-g --ip-gateway IP
Set static IP gateway of BTS
-r --restart
Restart the BTS (after other operations)
-n --nvram-flags FLAGS/MASK
Set NVRAM attributes
-S --nvattr-set FLAG
Set one additional NVRAM attribute
-U --nvattr-unset FLAG
Set one additional NVRAM attribute
-l --listen TESTNR
Perform specified test number
-L --Listen TEST_NAME
Perform specified test
-s --stream-id ID
Set the IPA Stream Identifier for OML
-d --software FIRMWARE
Download firmware into BTS

Miscellaneous commands:

-h --help
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Print parameter details.
-f --firmware FIRMWARE
Provide firmware information
-w --write-firmware
This will dump the firmware parts to the filesystem. Use with -f.
-p --loop
Loop the tests executed with the --listen command.


This manual page was written by Ruben Undheim <[email protected]> for the Debian project (and may be used by others).