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    Responding to an Overload

    To respond to an overload condition, consider:

    • Apply gating to incoming calls and service high-priority subscribers
    • Generate alarms, traps, and logs to notify the operator
    • Throttle request generated toward external entities
    • Configurable redirection policy to forward calls matching a certain criteria to an external gateway
    • Configurable priority-level (ARP) to service during overload condition
    • Each component dynamically reports load to the central resource controller for real-time admission control.

    These are default actions that the gateway performs when overload conditions occur.


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    Published: 2011-11-16