Diameter Signaling Router (DSR): Why Doesn't PCA/PDRA Send Gx CCR-I Message To Expected Peer Route Table at Second DSR in its Path?
(Doc ID 2444103.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 02, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Communications Diameter Signaling Router (DSR) - Version DSR 5.1 and later
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Two DSRs in the network have similar configurations. At the first, the inbound Gx CCR-I message is caught by a specific Application Route Table and per rules sent to PCA/PDRA application, then sent to a named Peer Routing Table (specified by the PCA/PDRA application) and sent to a second DSR. At the second DSR with the same configuration and rules in place, the message is not sent to PCA/PDRA or to the expected Peer Route Table (as specified by PCA/PDRA application) and hence fails to successfully route.
Why is the message not routed to PCA in the second DSR so it can be routed to the right PRT?
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