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What can be done to minimize chances of MME overload conditions?

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As per 3GPP 36.413 specification, there is a procedure defined i.e. known as "Over load" procedure. As soon as eNodeB receives "OverLoad Start" Message from MME, it takes further actions like not to accept new signalling or may be something else.

Now the query is how it can be avoided as much as possible ?

posted Oct 17, 2014 by Varun Kumar

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