You may encounter an error indicating a syntax error in the tft operation. By the way, there are several ways to solve this problem, which we will discuss shortly.
This message should contain the EPS Owner ID and an ESM Reason value that explains why the request to change the EPS Owner context was denied
The MODIFY EPS BEARER CONTEXT REJECT experiment contains an ESM cause, which unfortunately usually points to one of your current ESM cause values:
Upon receipt of a MODIFY EPS BEARER CONTEXT REJECT message with an ESM cause value other than EPS implication #43 “invalid bearer identifier”, the MME shall decrement timer T3486 and also abort the EPS bearer context penalty procedure.
When Socialize receives an ESM MODIFY EPS BEARER CONTEXT REJECT message consisting of cause #43 “Invalid EPS owner ID”, the MME in the community disables the EPS bearer context(s) without signaling the ESM to peer
Standard adoption today is what I discovered with PFCP.
## TS29.244 5.2.1A .2A Supply of SDF filtersThe UP function applies each of our SDF filters depending on the Source Of PDR interface as follows (see also clause 8.2.5):- If the source interface is CORE, this indicates that the experts claim that the filter is associated with downstream data, so the UP function will apply the appropriate stream description as is;- Even ifa related interface is ACCESS, which indicates that the restriction applies to the uplink file data stream. so the UP operation swaps the source address/destination port in the stream description;- if the source interface is a CP or SGi-LAN function, the UP function shall use the flow description as is.
I wonder if we can go back to the Flow-Description of the Gx interface modified by @herlesupreeth. The reason for this is that @herlesupreeth has the right to link the flow description in Gx Connect, as he has mentioned on various occasions.
Say it. if you bring the following flow rules from PCSCF to RxDownlink resolves internet protocol address from 192.168.101.2 5060 straight to 127.0.0.1 Allow 5060Outgoing IP address from 127.0.0.1 5060 to 192.168.101.2 5060It then needs to be converted inside Gx like this:Downlink allowed from IP address 192.168.101.2 5060 to 127.0.0.1 5060Allow uplink from IP 192.168.101.2 5060 as path to 127.0.0.1 Because 5060
These are the default mentions, as shown below:
## TS29.212 Ch 5.4.Flow-Description 2 AVPThe "out" directive specifies that the "original" parameters of the IPFilterRule correspond to the main "remote" parameters inThe packet arrives and the IPFilterRule "destination" variables correspond to the "local" parameters (UE end). River-The description of the AVP is applied in the direction(s) based on the flow direction specified in the attached AVP.
So finallyUpstream: Allow with
so you can Downstream: agreement received from to actual So reference point should be UE, not PCSCF.
I fully agree that @gilberto-marano is the reason for the comment.
But there’s one more thing to finish here. I needed to figure out what was the problem during the TFT conversion.
## TS23.060 Ch 15.3.2 Packet Filter AttributesIn the list of attributes above, "Remote" refers to the external network entity and "Local" refers to the MS.
Regardless of the downlink/uplink, local always means the EU and remote always means the external network.
So we have to improve it this way.
for GX: Permission to exit via in PFCP1. Allow exit from anywhere from to UPF rules match: source destination TFT: LOCAL REMOTE