Cisco Bug: CSCte68790 - CDR container is not including userLocationInformation IE length
May 18, 2011
- Cisco IOS
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CAVEAT DESCRIPTION FROM PUBLISHED RELEASE NOTE The charging gateway is not able to decode a CDR correctly when the TrafficVolume data contains user location information. This condition occurs because the GGSN does not put the correct length for the userLocationInformation IE. This condition occurs with Cisco GGSN Release 9.0 or later, when the PDP context contains user location information. Under these conditions, generated CDRs have the decoding error. ORIGINAL ENGINEERING RELEASE NOTE DESCRIPTION Symptom: The CGW will not be able to decode the CDR correctly when the TrafficVolume data contains user location information. This occurs because GGSN does not put the length correctly for the user loc info IE. Conditions: 1. GGSN release is R9 or later. 2. PDP has user location information. Under this condition, CDRs generated will have decoding error.
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