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FortiOS Carrier

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GTP profile anti-overbilling configuration

Use the following command to configure GTP anti-overbilling for traffic accepted by a GTP profile:

config firewall gtp

edit <name>

set addr-notify <ip-address>

set port-notify <port-number>

set interface-notify <interface-name>

set context-id <context-id>

end

add-notify the IP address of your Gi or SGi firewall.

port-notify the port number used by the Gi or SGi firewall for anti-overbilling communication. The range is 0 to 65535. The default port is 21123.

interface-notify select the interface through with FortiOS Carrier communicates with the Gi or SGi firewall.

context-id the context ID of the network. This ID must match the ID entered on the Gi or SGi firewall. The default is 696.

From the GUI:

  1. To add anti-overbilling to a GTP profile, open Anti-Overbilling.
  2. Add your network's Gi Firewall IP Address and the Port number that it uses (default 21123).
  3. Select the Interface through which FortiOS Carrier communicates with the Gi firewall.
  4. Enter your network's Security Context ID (default 696). This ID must match the ID entered on the server Gi firewall.

GTP profile anti-overbilling configuration

Use the following command to configure GTP anti-overbilling for traffic accepted by a GTP profile:

config firewall gtp

edit <name>

set addr-notify <ip-address>

set port-notify <port-number>

set interface-notify <interface-name>

set context-id <context-id>

end

add-notify the IP address of your Gi or SGi firewall.

port-notify the port number used by the Gi or SGi firewall for anti-overbilling communication. The range is 0 to 65535. The default port is 21123.

interface-notify select the interface through with FortiOS Carrier communicates with the Gi or SGi firewall.

context-id the context ID of the network. This ID must match the ID entered on the Gi or SGi firewall. The default is 696.

From the GUI:

  1. To add anti-overbilling to a GTP profile, open Anti-Overbilling.
  2. Add your network's Gi Firewall IP Address and the Port number that it uses (default 21123).
  3. Select the Interface through which FortiOS Carrier communicates with the Gi firewall.
  4. Enter your network's Security Context ID (default 696). This ID must match the ID entered on the server Gi firewall.