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12   GTP-C load & overload control mechanism [R12]
12.1   General
12.2   Load control solution   PDF-p. 353
12.3   Overload control solution   PDF-p. 360
12.3.1   Principles of overload control
12.3.2   Applicability to 3GPP and non-3GPP access based interfaces
12.3.3   Node level overload control   PDF-p. 361
12.3.4   APN level overload control
12.3.5   Overload Control Information
12.3.6   Propagating the MME/S4-SGSN identity to the PGW
12.3.7   Updating the PGW with overload control information of the target MME/S4-SGSN      Up
12.3.8   The interaction with APN congestion control using the PGW Back-Off Time   PDF-p. 367
12.3.9   Message throttling
12.3.10   Enforcement of overload control   PDF-p. 371
12.3.11   Discovery of the support of the feature by the peer node      Up
12.3.12   Issues in the network with partial support of the feature
12.3.13   Implicit overload control mechanisms
13   Detection and handling of late arriving requests [R13]   PDF-p. 373
14   Handling of Bearer Contexts Mismatch [R13]   PDF-p. 375
A   Backward Compatibility Guidelines for Information Elements [R8]   PDF-p. 377
B   Transparent copying of RANAP/S1AP IEs into GTP IEs [R10]   PDF-p. 378
C  (Normative)   MME/S4-SGSN mapping table between S11/S4 and NAS Cause values [R11]   PDF-p. 381
D   GTP-C load and overload control mechanism [R12]   PDF-p. 387
E  (Normative)   TWAN mapping table between GTPv2 S2a Cause and non-3GPP access Cause values [R12]   PDF-p. 390      Up
F   Change History   PDF-p. 394

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