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    Monitoring GTP Signaling

    To monitor GTP signaling, you can examine the messages and byte counts on Gn, S5, Gp, and S8 interfaces (statistics per APN, QCI per ARP, per GTP version, global).

    You can also examine:

    • Per peer history
    • Per GTP cause code statistics for granular measurement of the number of failures
    • Separate session establishments attempts/success counts
    • Separate statistics for IPv4, IPv6, and dual address stack sessions

    The following examples show how you can monitor GTP on the P-GW from the CLI.

    1. To see the state of services PICs and PFEs, enter this command:
      user@host> show unified-edge ggsn-pgw resource-manager clients
      Client    State      Redundancy
                              Role
      pfe-0/2/0 In-Service Primary
      pfe-0/0/0 In-Service Primary
      ms-4/0/0  In-Service Primary
      
    2. To see the resource management filters for GTP packet steering, enter the command:
      user@host> show unified-edge rmps filters
    3. To see a summary of subscribers on the gateway, enter the command:
      user@host> show unified-edge ggsn-pgw status detail
    4. To see subscriber details, enter the command:
      user@host> show unified-edge ggsn-pgw subscribers extensive
    5. To show all GTP statistics (including messages sent and received, and cause codes sent and received), enter the command:
      user@host> show unified-edge ggsn-pgw gtp statistics detail
    6. To see all the GTP peers, enter the command:
      user@host> show unified-edge ggsn-pgw gtp peer detail

    Published: 2011-11-16