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  • #54131 Reply
    yan
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    can any body help me for explanation for PDP success rate and what is the problem for low rate.

    #54132 Reply
    pix
    Guest

    the PDP involves the GGSN, so a low success rate might mean that the PDP is unable to understand the APN defined in the MS, or unable to provide an IP adress, or there is some mistake in the QoS profile.

    Regards
    pix

    #54133 Reply
    yan
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    pix
    thank you very much for reply can you give me more inforamtion about APN

    #54134 Reply
    Da Architect
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    APN = Access Point 🙂

    #54135 Reply
    Eee
    Guest

    Access Point Name

    #54136 Reply
    Pix
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    APN is a character string written in the MS, either by default, by push-configuration or by the subscriber. This name (for instance “net”) would be then interpreted by the GGSN, in order to understand what is needed by the MS.
    HTTP ? FTP ? WAP ?
    Depending on the required service(s), a certain IP adress can be allocated to the MS.

    But ff the APN “string” is not in the GGSN, then I guess the GGSN is not able to allocate a PDP context.

    #54137 Reply
    GPRS
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    HI Pix,

    What are the causes of following message ?
    “unknown or missing ANP”

    Thx

    #54138 Reply
    pix
    Guest

    hi,

    Are you sure it’s not “APN” rather than “ANP” ? If missing APN, it means you didn’t input the APN parameters in your phone for the data service you are asking for (usually, one APN for MMS, one APN for web)

    Check your phone settings & operator guidelines to configure it.

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