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LTE X2 Handover: What is the necessity of presence of GUMMEI in handover request message ?

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LTE X2 Handover: What is the necessity of presence of GUMMEI in handover request message ?
posted Feb 13, 2014 by Vimal Kumar Mishra

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If you see X2-AP handover request message. Then GUMMEI is a mandatory field. As part of X2 based handover procedure, target enodeb need to send Path switch request message to MME. To send this message to relevant MME, GUMMEI value is required since MME UE SIAP ID is not sufficient to send "Path Switch Request" message to correct MME.

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answer Feb 13, 2014 by Harshita
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