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TS 23.125 (SA2)
Overall High Level Functionality and Architecture Impacts of Flow based Charging – Stage 2

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(P) V6.8.0    2006/03    50 p.


Rapporteur:  Mr. Boman, Krister
Descendant:  TS 23.203    


This TS specifies the overall high level functionality and architecture impacts of Flow Based Charging (FBC).

Note:  The functionality of 23.125 (Flow based Charging) has been combined with Policy Control functionality from Rel-7 onwards into a single new TS: TS 23.203 (Policy and Charging Control - PCC).


 

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1 Scope    2 References    3 Definitions, symbols and abbreviations    3.1 Definitions    3.2 Symbols    3.3 Abbreviations    4 General Requirements    4.1 General    4.2 Backwards compatibility    4.3 Charging models    5 Flow Based Charging Concepts    5.1 Overview    5.2 Charging rules    5.3 Service data flow detection and counting    5.4 Reporting    5.5 Credit management    5.6 Termination Action    5.7 Re-authorisation and Event Triggers    5.8 Policy functions provided by FBC architecture    5.9 Bearer Relation    6 Architectural concepts    6.1 Architecture    6.2 Functional Entities    6.3 Reference points    7 Message Flows    7.1 AF input to provision of charging rules    7.2 Bearer events    7.3 Provision of Charging Rules triggered by other event to the CRF    7.4 TPF initiated Bearer Service Termination    A Overall architectural impacts of IP flow based charging    A.1 GGSN in HPLMN    A.2 Comparison of S-CDR and G-CDR fields    A.3 RADIUS attributes    B IMS and Flow based charging    B.1 IMS SIP signalling    B.2 IMS media    B.3 FBC with IMS compared to release 5 IMS charging correlation    B.4 Rx/Gx functions and SBLP usage    C WLAN and flow based charging    C.1 TPF usage for WLAN    D Policy functions provided by FBC architecture    D.1 General    D.2 General architectural considerations    D.3 Summary and comparison    E Change history   

 

1   Scope   PDF-p. 6
2   References
3   Definitions, symbols and abbreviations   PDF-p. 7
4   General Requirements   PDF-p. 8
5   Flow Based Charging Concepts
6   Architectural concepts
7   Message Flows      Up
A   Overall architectural impacts of IP flow based charging   PDF-p. 35
B   IMS and Flow based charging   PDF-p. 39
C   WLAN and flow based charging   PDF-p. 42      Up
D   Policy functions provided by FBC architecture   PDF-p. 43
E   Change history   PDF-p. 47

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