Cisco Bug: CSCuo27605 - SPGWs error message: -IpAllocationFail APN phone.mnc410.mcc310.gprs
Jan 31, 2017
- Cisco Service and Application Module for IP
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Symptom: Example Auto Gen tickets follows: Equipment ID+ : NYCMNYCZ33SPG01 Ticket Number : TT000043071808 Short Description : NYCMNYCZ33SPG01 5 APN-IpAllocationFail APN phone.mnc410.mcc310.gprs on the gateway NYCMNYCZ33SPG01 -- IP address allocation failed. Ip address allocation failed Equipment ID+ : ALLNTXCZ43SPG04 Ticket Number : TT000043073322 Short Description : ALLNTXCZ43SPG04 5 APN-IpAllocationFail APN phone.mnc410.mcc310.gprs on the gateway ALLNTXCZ43SPG04 -- IP address allocation failed. Ip address allocation failed Equipment ID+ : CNCRCACZ14SPG01 Ticket Number : TT000043073443 Short Description : CNCRCACZ14SPG01 5 APN-IpAllocationFail APN phone on the gateway CNCRCACZ14SPG01 -- IP address allocation failed. Ip address allocation failed Samples errors from SYSLOG: broadway_cz3.log.10:Mar 15 03:41:05 NYCMNYCZ33SPG04 145: SAMI 4/8: 000230: Mar 15 06:41:03: GTPSR-3-STANDBYCREATEPDPFAIL<http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/Support/Errordecoder/index.cgi?action=search&counter=0&paging=5&links=reference&index=all&query=GTPSR-3-STANDBYCREATEPDPFAIL> GTP-SR: Standby failed to create PDP TID: 1340014580465758. version: 2, APN: phone.mnc410.mcc310.gprs, addr: 10.245.120.239, reason: again fail to get the wanted address, address source: LOCAL pool broadway_cz2.log.1:Apr 8 11:53:59 NYCMNYCZ22SPG02 1162: SAMI 2/7: 000455: Apr 8 14:53:58: %GPRSFLTMG-4-ADDRESS_DUPLICATION_PDPACTIVATIONFAIL: TID: 1340010605347053, access-point: phone.mnc410.mcc310.gprs vrf 1, because address: 10.44.107.187, vrf 1 already used by mobile in access-point: phone.mnc410.mcc310.gprs, it was allocated from LOCAL pool Conditions: Normal data call traffic in SPGW.
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