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  1. #1
    lancer6238@gmail.com
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    Hi all,

    On wikipedia, it says that "Version 0 [of the GRPS Tunnelling
    Protocol, GTP] is going out of use and being replaced by version 1 in
    almost all networks."

    Does this mean that I can simply focus on GTPv1 and not GTPv0 since it
    has become obsolete, or is GTPv0 still commonly found and cannot be
    ignored?

    Thank you.

    Regards,
    Rayne



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  2. #2
    Andy Burns
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    Re: GTPv0 vs GTPv1

    lancer6238@gmail.com wrote:

    > Does this mean that I can simply focus on GTPv1 and not GTPv0 since it
    > has become obsolete, or is GTPv0 still commonly found and cannot be
    > ignored?


    Depends ... as an end user you wouldn't encounter the protocol, are you
    e.g. expecting to manufacture a GPRS device, or interface directly to a
    GPRS network?



  3. #3
    mark
    Guest

    Re: GTPv0 vs GTPv1

    On Dec 30, 2:35*am, lancer6...@gmail.com wrote:
    > Hi all,
    >
    > On wikipedia, it says that "Version 0 [of the GRPS Tunnelling
    > Protocol, GTP] is going out of use and being replaced by version 1 in
    > almost all networks."
    >
    > Does this mean that I can simply focus on GTPv1 and not GTPv0 since it
    > has become obsolete, or is GTPv0 still commonly found and cannot be
    > ignored?
    >
    > Thank you.
    >
    > Regards,
    > Rayne


    I haven't seen GTPv0 in commercial networks for a few years. But, then
    I tend to only work with Huawei SGSN/GGSN's and GTPv1.

    If you're taking a longer term view ... take a look at LTE.

    Cheers,
    Mark



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