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How does network behave when UE sends TAU to a new/different MME ?

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How does network behave when UE sends TAU to a new/different MME ?
posted Feb 1, 2015 by Harshita

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On behalf of Bart:

I believe there is no such scenario as indicated in the question.

Before TAU can happen with MME the UE needs to have S1 with it. So...
There is UE attached to MME -old, because of any reasons it performs the HO to MME-new. When this is done it's done. Then as a separate scenario/operation IF the TAU triggers are matched UE will perform TAU.

In my opinion it's hard to call it something different than just TAU, especially a TAU with new MME.

answer Feb 2, 2015 by Salil Agrawal
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