1 files changed, 38 insertions, 11 deletions
diff --git a/doc/manuals/chapters/config.adoc b/doc/manuals/chapters/config.adoc
index 7c06392..335a603 100644
@@ -92,9 +92,11 @@ These kinds of resource are known:
+ ip.access unit id to be used by the BTS, written into BTS and BSC config.
- remote IP address of the BTS, used to start the BTS and tell it where
- to find the OsmoNITB.
+ Remote IP address of the BTS for BTS like sysmoBTS, and local IP address
+ to bind to for locally run BTS such as osmo-bts-trx.
GSM band that this BTS shoud use (*TODO*: allow multiple bands). One of:
@@ -109,8 +111,11 @@ These kinds of resource are known:
only used for osmo-bts-octphy. (*TODO*: and nanobts??)
Local network device to reach the TRX's 'hw_addr' at, only used for
+ osmo-bts-octphy. Example: 'eth0'.
+ Nominal power to be used by the TRX.
+ Max power reduction to apply to the nominal power of the TRX.
List of ARFCNs to use for running BTSes, which defines the actual RF
frequency bands used.
@@ -118,24 +123,46 @@ These kinds of resource are known:
ARFCN number, see e.g.
(note that the resource type 'arfcn' contains an item trait also named
GSM band name to use this ARFCN for, same as for 'bts:band' above.
List of modems reachable via ofono and information on the inserted SIM
- card. (Note: the MSISDN is allocated dynamically in test scripts)
+ card. (Note: the MSISDN is allocated dynamically in test scripts).
- human readable label for your own reference
+ Human readable label for your own reference, which also appears in logs.
- ofono's path for this modem, like '/modemkind_99'
+ Ofono's path for this modem, like '/modemkind_99'.
- IMSI of the inserted SIM card, like '"123456789012345"'
+ IMSI of the inserted SIM card, like '"123456789012345"'.
16 byte authentication/encryption KI of the inserted SIM card, in
hexadecimal notation (32 characters) like +
- '"00112233445566778899aabbccddeeff"' (*TODO*: authentication algorithm,
- currently always comp128v1)
+ Authentication algorithm to be used with the SIM card. One of:
+ - 'none'
+ - 'xor'
+ - 'comp128v1'
+ List of ciphers that this modem supports, used to match
+ requirements in suites or scenarios. Any combination of:
+ - 'a5_0'
+ - 'a5_1'
+ - 'a5_2'
+ - 'a5_3'
+ - 'a5_4'
+ - 'a5_5'
+ - 'a5_6'
+ - 'a5_7'
+ List of features that this modem supports, used to match requirements in
+ suites or scenarios. Any combination of:
+ - 'sms'
+ - 'gprs'
+ - 'voice'
+ - 'ussd'
Side note: at first sight it might make sense to the reader to rather structure
e.g. the 'ip_address' or 'arfcn' configuration as +