Both the UE and the g NB employs the Next Generation Application Protocol (NGAP) to carry Non Access Stratum (NAS) messages across the N1 or N2 reference interfaces in order to request a new session.The Access and Mobility Management Function (AMF) receives these requests and handles anything to do with connection or mobility management while forwarding session management requirements over the N11 interface to the SMF.The SMF sends messages to the UPF over the N4 reference interface using the Packet Forwarding Control Protocol (PFCP).Similar to Open Flow, in nature, PFCP employs a well-known UDP port (8805) and was originally defined in release 14 specifications to support Control and User Plane Separation (CUPS).
Together with the UPF, the SMF maintains a record of PDU session state by means of a 24bit PDU Session ID.
Please extract the file directly to an 2HD disk that has been formatted using a K5000. Please read all of the instructions in the included read me file carefully before proceeding with the update. In this case the main PCB board must be exchanged at your cost.
Not all sequencing hardware/software can transmit SYSEX correctly so we can offer no guarantee. When updating the MP9000 if the data is not correctly transmitted, there is a risk of damaging the Flash-ROM.
The 5G Session Management Function (SMF) is a fundamental element of the 5G Service-Based Architecture (SBA).
The SMF is primarily responsible for interacting with the decoupled data plane, creating updating and removing Protocol Data Unit (PDU) sessions and managing session context with the User Plane Function (UPF).
The SBI message bus employs RESTful API principles over HTTP/2 -- web technologies that dramatically simplify and accelerate service deployments.