IP Network Enabler (IPNE) is a Mobile and IP Network Enabler (MINE) client component that collects and distributes session and network information to MINE servers. The MINE cloud service provides a central portal for wireless operators and partners to share and exchange session and network information to realize intelligent services.
The information is shared between the MINE server and IPNE service in the form of XML data. The core object in the IPNE service is the XMPP protocol engine. There is one XMPP protocol engine instance for each configured MINE server peer. The engine implements the XMPP protocol using FSM.
All information that is shared is derived from the context at that instance in time. An IPNE service level scheduler is also implemented to rate-control the feed and notification activities on all the handles to avoid overload which would affect call processing and data path performance.
- UE Location Information
- UE Mobility Information
The ability to export to the CSB makes it possible for operators to design and/or implement solutions and services for network optimization, congestion, troubleshooting and monetization with the information exported from the MME.
IPNE is a licensed Cisco feature. Contact your Cisco account representative for information on licensing requirements. For information on installing and verifying licenses, refer to the Managing License Keys section in the System Administration Guide.