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On what basis priority (ARP) is assigned to a bearer during call admission control ?

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On what basis priority (ARP) is assigned to a bearer during call admission control ?
posted May 16, 2017 by Bharat Kumar

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Allocation and Retention Priority parameter is stored in HSS at per UE subscription level. For example there are multiple users who want to subscribe the same service and there are different plan to experience different quality of service. In this case even all connections are being served by an APN but due to different subscription level network established bearers for all UEs with differ QoS parameters.

[Subscription-Data ] AVP carries the detail in the Update-Location-Answer message.
Reference: 29.272 spec

answer May 16, 2017 by Rupam
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