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S10 interface GTP mobility diagnose commands

You can use the following diagnose command to view or flush S10 interface GTP mobility statistics.

diagnose firewall gtp mobility {list | flush}

list shows the GTP mobility state based on the traversed GTP mobility management message session. The GTP mobility list is short-lived and quickly removed by itself.

flush deletes the mobility states that have been populated.

Example output:

diag firewall gtp mobility list
list gtp mobility

-----------prof=gtp685663 ref=4 connection_num=1 life=79(sec) idle=79(sec) vd=1-----------

-----------imsi=280220000000001 msisdn=unknown mei=unknown ms_addr=10.0.0.1 s11_s4 0-----------
source cfteid:
    addr=10.201.1.1 teid=0x000f4240 role=control vd=1 intf_type=s10 mme gtp-c requests_num=1
target cfteid:
    addr=Unknown teid=0x00000000 role=control vd=0 intf_type=s1-u enodeb gtp-u requests_num=0
s11_s4_sgw_c cfteid:
    addr=10.203.0.1 teid=0x000f4240 role=control vd=1 intf_type=s11/s4 sgw gtp-c requests_num=0

You can use the following diagnose command to view S10 interface GTP mobility hash statistics:

diagnose firewall gtp hash-stat-mobility

Example output:

diagnose firewall gtp hash-stat-mobility
gtp_mobility_stat: used=3 max_depth=1 size=128

S10 interface GTP mobility diagnose commands

You can use the following diagnose command to view or flush S10 interface GTP mobility statistics.

diagnose firewall gtp mobility {list | flush}

list shows the GTP mobility state based on the traversed GTP mobility management message session. The GTP mobility list is short-lived and quickly removed by itself.

flush deletes the mobility states that have been populated.

Example output:

diag firewall gtp mobility list
list gtp mobility

-----------prof=gtp685663 ref=4 connection_num=1 life=79(sec) idle=79(sec) vd=1-----------

-----------imsi=280220000000001 msisdn=unknown mei=unknown ms_addr=10.0.0.1 s11_s4 0-----------
source cfteid:
    addr=10.201.1.1 teid=0x000f4240 role=control vd=1 intf_type=s10 mme gtp-c requests_num=1
target cfteid:
    addr=Unknown teid=0x00000000 role=control vd=0 intf_type=s1-u enodeb gtp-u requests_num=0
s11_s4_sgw_c cfteid:
    addr=10.203.0.1 teid=0x000f4240 role=control vd=1 intf_type=s11/s4 sgw gtp-c requests_num=0

You can use the following diagnose command to view S10 interface GTP mobility hash statistics:

diagnose firewall gtp hash-stat-mobility

Example output:

diagnose firewall gtp hash-stat-mobility
gtp_mobility_stat: used=3 max_depth=1 size=128