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5   Functional Description and Information Flow [R11]      Up
5.1   Control and user plane
5.2   Device triggering procedures   Word-p. 39
5.3   Information Storage   Word-p. 45
5.4   Security Procedures   Word-p. 46
5.5   Group message delivery procedures [R13]   Word-p. 47
5.6   Monitoring Procedures [R13]   Word-p. 50      Up
5.6.0   Common Parameters [R15]
5.6.1   Monitoring Event configuration and deletion via HSS   Word-p. 51
5.6.2   Monitoring Events configuration and deletion directly at the MME/SGSN
5.6.3   Reporting of Monitoring Events from the HSS or the MME/SGSN   Word-p. 60
5.6.4   Monitoring events configuration and reporting via PCRF
5.6.5   Reporting of Monitoring Events from the PCRF
5.6.6   Monitoring Event configuration and deletion via HSS for roaming scenarios using an IWK-SCEF   Word-p. 68      Up
5.6.7   Monitoring Events configuration and deletion directly at the MME/SGSN for roaming scenarios
5.6.8   Reporting of Monitoring Events from the HSS or the MME/SGSN for roaming scenarios      Up
5.6.9   Network-initiated Explicit Monitoring Event Deletion Procedure [R15]
5.7   High latency communications procedures [R13]   Word-p. 75      Up
5.8   Procedure for Informing about Potential Network Issues [R13]
5.9   Procedure for resource management of background data transfer [R13]   Word-p. 82
5.10   Communication Pattern parameters provisioning procedure [R13]   Word-p. 84
5.11   Setting up an AS session with required QoS procedure [R13]   Word-p. 86
5.12   Change the chargeable party at session set-up or during the session procedure [R13]   Word-p. 87
5.13   Non-IP Data Delivery procedures [R13]   Word-p. 90
5.14   PFD management via SCEF [R14]
5.15   Procedure for MSISDN-less MO-SMS via T4 [R14]   Word-p. 102
5.16   Procedure for Enhanced Coverage Restriction Control via SCEF [R14]   Word-p. 103
5.17   Procedures for accessing MTC-IWF Functionality via SCEF [R15]   Word-p. 104
5.18   Procedure for Network Parameter Configuration via SCEF [R15]   Word-p. 107
A   MTC Deployment Scenarios [R11]   Word-p. 110
B   Void
C   Triggering with OMA Push [R11]   Word-p. 113
D   Device triggering using direct model over user plane [R11]   Word-p. 115
E   Change history   Word-p. 116

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