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What is the use of End-to-End Id in a diameter message ?

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What is the use of End-to-End Id in a diameter message ?
posted Nov 6, 2014 by Ganesh

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Every diameter message uses two types of identifiers "Hop-by-Hop" Id and "End-to-End" Id to maintain the uniqueness of message. I mean to say, when a node sends a diameter message to another node and it travels through so many intermediate nodes, in that case every node adds Hop-by-Hop Id but these intermediate nodes don't modify End-to-End Id of the received message. End-to-End Is is used to find out duplicate messages at the end nodes.

answer Nov 6, 2014 by Vikram Singh
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