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Two different entities using freeDiameter

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My project needs the freeDiameter to act as a server connected to two telecom entities (HSS and MME) each one with different IP address and with different protocol and AVP-IDs.Do you think Is it possible to make the freeDiameter to act with some minor changes as above or it is very complicated and I should think developing a connector which will connect between the two different freeDiameter servers (one for the HSS and the second for the MME) ? Please kindly advise.

posted Aug 8, 2013 by Abhay Kulkarni

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I want to add another entity so for that Should I add a new line in the freeDiameter.conf with:
ConnectPeer = "peer3.localdomain" { ConnectTo = "XXX.XXX.XXX.XX"; No_TLS; };
or should it be different way ?Does one peer uses traffic for both entities or should I define different port for the new entity traffic?

answer Aug 11, 2013 by anonymous
Simply add another ConnectPeer line is fine. The same port can be shared.
 You can read the following for finding some samples:
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AFAIK freeDiameter is perfectly capable to connect to several peers. However concerning the interfaces (HSS and MME) you will have to implement the relevant application logic yourself.

answer Aug 8, 2013 by Salil Agrawal
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