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Old 07-12-2015, 11:22 PM   #1
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Hi, I apologize in advance if I'm in the wrong place, just a lonely ranger looking for answers on the grand www, will appreciate redirects, thank you.

I'm a DevOps at a small cellular provider, in charge of the infrastructure of the internet service for mobiles.

We have a couple of Cisco 7206 routers running as GGSNs, and I'm trying to get the data (not voice) session info sorted out for billing needs. specifically, amount of in/output of octats or bytes for each mobile session. I've tried a few accounting methods with an external freeRADIUS server to no avail - there're a lot of great tutorials for login accounting and voice CDR accounting out there, but little in the way of mobile data recording/accounting.

I get logs on the RADIUS for users+passwords logging into the router, but no IMSI/PDP-contexts/GPT information of any kind.

After a long search I added the gprs charging function to my config:

gprs default charging-gateway [RADIUS server ip]

still nothing on the external RADIUS server.

My questions are:

1. Is something just missing on the 7206 config? if so what can it be? Is RADIUS the right tool on the server side to collect the info I need?

2. Am I way off track? What would be the best way to get records of the amount of data per session?

3. Should I be looking for this info on a different piece of the infrastructure?

Many thanks and again, if I've strayed into the wrong place, will greatly appreciate a redirection.

-Nash
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