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Cisco Bug: CSCum76900 - assertion failure at sn_gt_encode_qos_from_pdp_ctx

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Jan 29, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco ASR 5000 Series

Known Affected Releases

14.0(40)

Description (partial)

Symptom:[f7e285a1/X] libc.so.6/kill() sp=0xfffe5788
    [0a16edb7/X] sn_assert() sp=0xfffe57b8
    [06b1cbb3/X] sn_gt_encode_qos_from_pdp_ctx() sp=0xfffe5c38
    [06b18b68/X] sn_gt_encode_pdp_context_ie() sp=0xfffe64c8
    [06b0960a/X] sn_gt_encode_v1_pdu() sp=0xfffe64f8
    [06b074e5/X] sn_gt_encode_sgsn_ctx_rsp_msg() sp=0xfffe6518
    [06b056a1/X] sn_gt_encode_message() sp=0xfffe6558
    [062ee298/X] sn_gt_dispatch_gtp_msg_to_peer() sp=0xfffe6598
    [062c8e79/X] sn_gt_process_sgsn_ctx_rsp_user() sp=0xfffe6688
    [062c1286/X] sn_gt_handle_pmm_req() sp=0xfffe6708
    [062c10a6/X] sgsn_app_pmm_gtp_event_dispatch() sp=0xfffe6b48
    [071167a0/X] mme_app_fill_and_dispatch_sgsn_ctx_response() sp=0xfffefbf8
    [07115396/X] mme_ho_ctxt_state_init_handle_ctxt_req() sp=0xfffefc38
    [0701c2f9/X] mme_fsm_event_handler() sp=0xffff0098
    [07115cbc/X] mme_start_ho_ctxt_procedure() sp=0xffff00d8
    [0701cbe8/X] mme_start_procedure() sp=0xffff0118
    [0705a8de/X] mme_disp_handle_emm_evt() sp=0xffff0208
    [070649fd/X] mme_disp_attached_handle_gngp_msg() sp=0xffff0238
    [0701c2f9/X] mme_fsm_event_handler() sp=0xffff0698
    [07057a6a/X] mme_app_gngp_event_dispatch() sp=0xffff0d78
    [062e0344/X] sn_gt_dispatch_mm_msg_to_service_user() sp=0xffff0da8
    [062c823b/X] sn_gt_process_sgsn_ctx_req_peer() sp=0xffff0e68
    [062c1d23/X] sn_gt_handle_pmm_ind() sp=0xffff1898
    [062f4d13/X] gtapp_process_gtp_request_msg() sp=0xffff18e8

Conditions:delay transfer is received with reserved value in Negotiated Qos during GnGp transfer and the same is used while transfering back the subscriber to GnGp SGSN.
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