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Cisco Bug: CSCul95070 - Non-standard qci bearer with dynamic rule not working

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Feb 16, 2018

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 5000 Series

Known Affected Releases

14.0(400)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
PGW 14.0 (52554) - Non-standard qci bearer with dynamic rule not working

1.- INBOUND>>>>>  11:49:32:862 Eventid:81991(5)
Diameter message from 10.112.128.117:24110 to 172.24.15.2:43641
  Credit-Control-Answer 3GPP-R8-Gx v1 L680  PXY   
...
        [V] [M] Event-Trigger: QOS_CHANGE (1)
        [V] [M] Charging-Rule-Install: 
          [V] [M] Charging-Rule-Definition: 
            [V] [M] Charging-Rule-Name: rd-qci240 
            [V] [M] Flow-Description: permit in ip from any to 10.112.128.200
            [V] [M] Flow-Description: permit out ip from 10.112.128.200 to any
            [V] [M] Precedence: 4
            [V] [M] QoS-Information: 
              [V] QoS-Class-Identifier: (240)
...

<<<<OUTBOUND  11:49:32:863 Eventid:81990(5)
Diameter message from 172.24.15.2:43641 to 10.112.128.117:24110
  Credit-Control-Request 3GPP-R8-Gx v1 L660 REQ PXY   
    ...
        [M] CC-Request-Type: UPDATE_REQUEST (2)
...
        [V] [M] Charging-Rule-Report: 
          [V] [M] Charging-Rule-Name: rd-qci240
          [V] [M] PCC-Rule-Status: INACTIVE (1)
          [V] [M] Rule-Failure-Code: UNSUCCESSFUL_QOS_VALIDATION (11)   <<<

2013-Dec-05+11:49:32.862 [ims-authorizatn 98670 debug] [4/0/3899 <sessmgr:1> imsa_dpca 15188]  [callid 00004e74] [Call Trace] [software internal user syslog] Invalid Enum Value 240 received in AVP QoS-Class-Identifier
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2.- And it seems that qci values 10-127 cannot be configured under charging action:

[local]EPCAVR1(config-charging-action)# qos-class-identifier 22
Wednesday December 04 16:43:37 GMT 2013
Failure: The QCI values 0, 10 - 255 are divided for usage as follows:
0: Reserved
10-127: Reserved
128-254: Operator specific
255: Reserved

Conditions:
PGW running 14.0 (52554)
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