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5.7  Procedures at the Application Server (AS)
5.7.1  Common Application Server (AS) procedures
5.7.1.0  General [R14]
5.7.1.1  Notification about registration status
5.7.1.2  Extracting charging correlation informationPDF-p. 301
5.7.1.3  Access-Network-Info and Visited-Network-ID
5.7.1.3A  Determination of the served user [R8]
5.7.1.3B  Determination of the used registration [R12]
5.7.1.4  User identity verification at the AS [R6]
5.7.1.5  Request authorization [R6]PDF-p. 305
5.7.1.6  Event notification throttling [R6]
5.7.1.7  Local numbering [R7]
5.7.1.8  GRUU assignment and usage [R7]
5.7.1.9  Use of ICSI and IARI values [R7]PDF-p. 307Up
5.7.1.10  Carrier selection [R8]PDF-p. 308
5.7.1.11  Tracing [R14]PDF-p. 309
5.7.1.12  Delivery of original destination identity [R9]
5.7.1.13  CPC and OLI [R7]
5.7.1.14  Emergency transactions [R10]
5.7.1.15  Protecting against attacks using 3xx responses [R11]PDF-p. 310
5.7.1.16  Support of Roaming Architecture for Voice over IMS with Local Breakout [R11]
5.7.1.17  Delivery of network provided location information [R11]PDF-p. 311Up
5.7.1.18  Delivery of MRB address information [R11]
5.7.1.19  Overload control [R11]
5.7.1.20  Procedures in the AS for resource sharing [R13]
5.7.1.21  Dynamic Service Interaction [R13]PDF-p. 315
5.7.1.22  Service access number translation [R13]
5.7.1.23  Procedures in the AS for priority sharing [R13]
5.7.1.24  Handling re-INVITE request collisions [R14]
5.7.1.25  User verification using the Identity header field [R14]Up
5.7.1.26  Procedures in the AS for 3GPP PS data off [R14]
5.7.2  Application Server (AS) acting as terminating UA, or redirect server
5.7.3  Application Server (AS) acting as originating UAPDF-p. 318
5.7.4  Application Server (AS) acting as a SIP proxyPDF-p. 320
5.7.5  Application Server (AS) performing 3rd party call controlPDF-p. 321
5.7.6Void

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