wiki:ipaccess-find

ipaccess-find is a small command line tool to search and find nanoBTS devices in your network.

It uses broadcast packets of the UDP variant of the Abis-IP protocol on port 3006. and thus will find any BTS that can be reached by the all-network broadcast address 255.255.255.255

Usage

simply start the program as root, and it will print one line for each nanoBTS it can find:

ipaccess-find (C) 2009 by Harald Welte
This is FREE SOFTWARE with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY

Trying to find ip.access BTS by broadcast UDP...
tag=0x06, val='192.168.100.128'  tag=0x07, val='00:01:02:03:04:05'  tag=0x02, val='location'  tag=0x03, val='BTS_NBT131G'  tag=0x08, val='140/0/0'  
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