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GSMdump Live-CD HowTo
About the CD
The Live-CD is based on Ubuntu 10.04 (i386). Some not needed tools were removed from the CD to get some space and keep the image smaller than 700 MB.
All necessary tools to dump and analyse GSM traffic are allready installed and configured. These include:
GNU Radio (version 3.1.2)
Wireshark (revison 26844 and version 0.99.5)
Download the ISO image and copy it to a USB drive or burn it on a CD
Boot your PC from this CD
Plug in your USRP (the system is configured to speak to the USRP, it should not be necessary to do more here)
Start a terminal
Try gsmdump.sh (this will scan all ARFCNs for a BTS and show you a summary)
In ~/Desktop/gsmdump you will find some usefull scripts on the CD. These are in the PATH of the system, so you can start them from every directory.
The scripts have an english help. You can start them with the parameter -h and should get an overview what this script is for and how to use it.
Some important scripts are:
gsmdump.sh: will scan all ARFCNs for a BTS and show you a summary. You will find the result in a new folder named like the date and time the script was started. The result includes dumps in Wireshark format and info files about the found provider, IMSIs and TMSIs
gsmlive.sh: starts a live capture. Wireshark in version 0.99.5 (linked as gsmshark) will be started and capture the GSM tun device
capture.sh: will dump the raw data from the air
analysecfile.sh: will create a result like from gsmdump.sh, but will use a raw file from capture.sh