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    Troubleshooting Overload Conditions in the Mobile Network

    The common causes of an overload condition are:

    • An external server (RADIUS, DHCP, charging gateway, PCRF, and so on) is down for an extended period of time
    • A burst of GTP control messages from a rebooted peer
    • Capacity overload due to oversubscribed system limits
    • Management operations such as bulk session deletes
    • Peer reboot leading to bulk deletes resulting in higher CPU consumption

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    Published: 2011-11-16