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Cisco Bug: CSCum05919 - Gz and Rf offline charging not supported for Wifi calls on GGSN

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Dec 26, 2016

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 5000 Series

Known Affected Releases

15.0

Description (partial)

Symptom:
Gz and Rf charging for wifi initiated calls haven't been tested by ASR5k OFCS devtest team. So this defect is for tracking the same for SP wifi solutions team documentation purposes. 

For some reason, I was able to get the Rf over aaa working on my GGSN setup a month back with 15.0 image, but the same config is not working on a different GGSN setup. I checked with Sagar and he was also not sure why it didn't work with corect config. And, since ASR5k OFCS team hasn't tested offline charging for wifi calls, this defect will be an umbrealla one for GGSN.

I believe both Gz and Rf charging functionality will be supported for GGSN in release 16.0. 

Attached are debug/mon pro logs and confis from my testing.

Conditions:
Gz and Rf charging for wifi initiated calls haven't been tested by ASR5k OFCS devtest team. So this defect is for tracking the same for SP wifi solutions team documentation purposes. 

For some reason, I was able to get the Rf over aaa working on my GGSN setup a month back with 15.0 image, but the same config is not working on a different GGSN setup. I checked with Sagar and he was also not sure why it didn't work with corect config. And, since ASR5k OFCS team hasn't tested offline charging for wifi calls, this defect will be an umbrealla one for GGSN.

I believe both Gz and Rf charging functionality will be supported for GGSN in release 16.0. 

Attached are debug/mon pro logs and confis from my testing.
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