Wireshark-bugs: [Wireshark-bugs] [Bug 7376] Expert Info (Warn/Undecoded): Unknown AVP 872 (vendo
Date: Sun, 17 Jun 2012 07:02:57 -0700 (PDT)
https://bugs.wireshark.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=7376

--- Comment #9 from alex <[email protected]> 2012-06-17 07:02:56 PDT ---
> > AVP 904 is not recognized
> 
> The vendor id is "AVP Vendor Id: Peter-Service Ltd. (11971)"
> You would have to check the definition of the AVP with them.

I have the definition, but nothing more.
As I know these guys use some internal tools for dump analysis, so they don't
care abt Wireshark...
So looking at the definition:

BIS-Subscriber-Id
«Subscriber-Id» (AVP code 903), type Unsigned32, flag V is set. With «V» flag
use Vendor-ID of the Peter-Service company, with value 11971 (IANA).  
AVP «Subscriber-Id» contains unique subscriber identificator in BIS database. 

BIS-Subscriber-Id-Support
«Subscriber-Id-Support» (AVP code 904), type Enumerated, flags M and V are set.
With «V» flag use Vendor-ID of the Peter-Service company, with value 11971
(IANA). 
AVP «Subscriber-Id-Support» determines AVP filling mode AVP
«BIS-Subscriber-Id». ПSupports the following values:
•    BIS_SUBSCRIBER_ID_NOT_SUPPORTED = 0 – AVP «BIS-Subscriber-Id» is not
filled (default),
•    BIS_SUBSCRIBER_ID_SUPPORTED = 1 – AVP «BIS-Subscriber-Id» is filled.

I added the following into the TGPPGmb.xml (and commented out old definition):

        <avp name="BIS-Subscriber-Id-Support" code="904" mandatory="must"
may-encrypt="no" protected="mustnot" vendor-bit="mustnot">
            <type type-name="Enumerated"/>
            <enum name="BIS_SUBSCRIBER_ID_NOT_SUPPORTED" code="0"/>
            <enum name="BIS_SUBSCRIBER_ID_SUPPORTED" code="1"/>
        </avp>
but it didn't help.
Could you pls advise what's wrong here?

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