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TS 24.503 (CT1)
TISPAN – IP Multimedia Call Control protocol based on SIP and SDP – Stage 3 [3GPP TS 24.229 (Release 7), modified]

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(P) V8.22.0    2016/12    335 p.


Rapporteur:  Mr. Drage, Keith
See also:  TS 24.403     TS 24.229    


This TS provides the ETSI TISPAN endorsement of TS 24.229: "3rd Generation Partnership Project; Technical Specification Group Core Network and Terminals; IP multimedia call control protocol based on Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Session Description Protocol (SDP); Stage 3 (Release 7)" in line with the requirements of TISPAN NGN.

This TS together with the endorsed document provides the necessary SIP/SDP specifications for supporting TISPAN Release 2 requirements.


 

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1 Scope    2 References    2.1 Normative references    3a Endorsement notice    3b Global modifications to 3GPP TS 24.229      – 4.4.4 History-Info      – 5.1.1.1 General      – 5.1.2.1 Notification about multiple registered public user identities      – 5.1.3.1 Initial INVITE request      – 5.1.6.3 Initial subscription to the registration-state event package      – 5.1.6.6 User-initiated emergency deregistration      – 5.2.4 Registration of multiple public user identities      – 5.2.10.5 Abnormal cases      – 5.3.2.1A Originating procedures for requests containing the "orig" parameter      – 5.4.1.2.2 Protected REGISTER      – 5.4.1.8 Service profile updates      – 5.4.2.1.2 Notification about registration state      – 5.4.4.2.1 UE-originating case      – 5.4.4.2.2 UE-terminating case      – 5.4.5.1.2A Release of the existing dialogs due to registration expiration      – 5.4.6.1.2 UE-originating case      – 5.4.6.1.3 UE-terminating case      – 5.4.7A.2 Representation of public GRUUs      – 5.4.8.1 General      – 5.4.8.2 Initial emergency registration or user-initiated emergency reregistration      – 5.4.8.3 User-initiated emergency deregistration      – 5.4.8.4 Network-initiated emergency deregistration      – 5.4.8.5 Network-initiated emergency reauthentication      – 5.4.8.6 Subscription to the event providing registration state      – 5.4.8.7 Notification of the registration state      – 5.5.1 General      – 5.5.3.1.1 Calls originated from circuit-switched networks      – 5.7.1.9 Use of ICSI and IARI values      – 5.10.2.1 Registration      – 5.10.2.2 Initial requests      – 5.10.2.3 Subsequent requests      – 5.10.3.1 Registration      – 5.10.3.2 Initial requests      – 5.10.3.3 Subsequent requests      – 5.10.4.1 General      – 5.10.4.2 Encryption for network topology hiding      – 5.10.5 IMS-ALG functionality in the IBCF      – 5.11.2 UE originating case      – 6.1.2 Handling of SDP at the originating UE      – 7.2A.5.2.1 General      – 7.2A.5.2.2 GPRS as IP-CAN      – 7.2A.8.2 Coding of the ICSI      – 7.2A.9.2 Coding of the IARI      – 7.2A.10.3 Additional coding rules for phone-context parameter      – 7.2A.12 CPC and OLI tel URI parameter definition      – 7.2A.12.1 Introduction      – 7.2A.12.2 Syntax      – 7.2A.13 "sos" SIP URI parameter      – 7.2A.13.1 Introduction      – 7.2A.13.2 Syntax      – 7.2A.13.3 Operation      – 7.6.1 General      – 7.6.2 Document Type Definition      – 7.6.3 XML Schema description      – 7.9.2 Definition of media feature tag g.ims.appiari-ref      – 7.9.3 Definition of media feature tag g.3gpp.iari-ref      – A.1.3 Roles      – A.2.1.4 PDU parameters      – A.2.1.4.1 Status-codes      – A.2.1.4.2 ACK method      – A.2.1.4.3 BYE method      – A.2.1.4.4 CANCEL method      – A.2.1.4.6 INFO method      – A.2.1.4.7 INVITE method      – A.2.1.4.7A MESSAGE method      – A.2.1.4.8 NOTIFY method      – A.2.1.4.9 OPTIONS method      – A.2.1.4.10 PRACK method      – A.2.1.4.10A PUBLISH method      – A.2.1.4.11 REFER method      – A.2.1.4.13 SUBSCRIBE method      – A.2.1.4.14 UPDATE method      – A.2.2.2 Major capabilities      – A.2.2.3 PDUs      – A.2.2.4.3 BYE method      – A.2.2.4.6 INFO method      – A.2.2.4.7A MESSAGE method      – A.2.2.4.8 NOTIFY method      – A.2.2.4.9 OPTIONS method      – A.2.2.4.11 REFER method      – A.2.2.4.12 REGISTER method      – A.2.2.4.13 SUBSCRIBE method      – A.2.2.4.14 UPDATE method      – A.3.2.2 SDP types      – B.2A.2 Handling of SDP at the terminating UE when originating UE has resources available and IP-CAN performs network-initiated resource reservation for terminating UE      – F.2.1.2.2 Initial registration      – F.2.1.2.4 User-initiated re-registration    ZA -    ZA.1 Void    ZA.2 Void    ZA.3 Void    ZA.4 Void    ZA.5 Void    ZA.6 Void    ZA.7 Void    ZA.8 Void    ZA.9 Void    ZA.9A Void    ZA.10 Void    ZA.11 Extensions needed in table A.162 of ES 283 003    ZB Procedures    ZC [N] UUI Header Field    ZC.1 Introduction    ZC.2 Procedures at the terminating network    ZC.3 Extensions needed in table A.4 of ES 283 003    ZD [N] XML schema for PSTN    ZE Change history   

 

1   Scope   PDF-p. 7
2   References
3a   Endorsement notice   PDF-p. 8
3b   Global modifications to 3GPP TS 24.229   PDF-p. 9
  –   4.4.4 History-Info   PDF-p. 21
  –   5.1.1.1 General
  –   5.1.2.1 Notification about multiple registered public user identities   PDF-p. 36
  –   5.1.3.1 Initial INVITE request   PDF-p. 41
  –   5.1.6.3 Initial subscription to the registration-state event package   PDF-p. 43
  –   5.1.6.6 User-initiated emergency deregistration      Up
  –   5.2.4 Registration of multiple public user identities   PDF-p. 55
  –   5.2.10.5 Abnormal cases   PDF-p. 73
  –   5.3.2.1A Originating procedures for requests containing the "orig" parameter   PDF-p. 77
  –   5.4.1.2.2 Protected REGISTER   PDF-p. 79
  –   5.4.1.8 Service profile updates   PDF-p. 88
  –   5.4.2.1.2 Notification about registration state   PDF-p. 89
  –   5.4.4.2.1 UE-originating case   PDF-p. 102
  –   5.4.4.2.2 UE-terminating case   PDF-p. 103
  –   5.4.5.1.2A Release of the existing dialogs due to registration expiration
  –   5.4.6.1.2 UE-originating case      Up
  –   5.4.6.1.3 UE-terminating case
  –   5.4.7A.2 Representation of public GRUUs   PDF-p. 104
  –   5.4.8.1 General
  –   5.4.8.2 Initial emergency registration or user-initiated emergency reregistration
  –   5.4.8.3 User-initiated emergency deregistration   PDF-p. 105
  –   5.4.8.4 Network-initiated emergency deregistration
  –   5.4.8.5 Network-initiated emergency reauthentication
  –   5.4.8.6 Subscription to the event providing registration state
  –   5.4.8.7 Notification of the registration state
  –   5.5.1 General   PDF-p. 106      Up
  –   5.5.3.1.1 Calls originated from circuit-switched networks
  –   5.7.1.9 Use of ICSI and IARI values   PDF-p. 107
  –   5.10.2.1 Registration
  –   5.10.2.2 Initial requests
  –   5.10.2.3 Subsequent requests   PDF-p. 108
  –   5.10.3.1 Registration   PDF-p. 109
  –   5.10.3.2 Initial requests
  –   5.10.3.3 Subsequent requests   PDF-p. 110
  –   5.10.4.1 General   PDF-p. 111
  –   5.10.4.2 Encryption for network topology hiding   PDF-p. 112      Up
  –   5.10.5 IMS-ALG functionality in the IBCF
  –   5.11.2 UE originating case   PDF-p. 114
  –   6.1.2 Handling of SDP at the originating UE   PDF-p. 117
  –   7.2A.5.2.1 General   PDF-p. 121
  –   7.2A.5.2.2 GPRS as IP-CAN   PDF-p. 122
  –   7.2A.8.2 Coding of the ICSI
  –   7.2A.9.2 Coding of the IARI   PDF-p. 123
  –   7.2A.10.3 Additional coding rules for phone-context parameter
  –   7.2A.12 CPC and OLI tel URI parameter definition
  –   7.2A.12.1 Introduction      Up
  –   7.2A.12.2 Syntax   PDF-p. 124
  –   7.2A.13 "sos" SIP URI parameter
  –   7.2A.13.1 Introduction
  –   7.2A.13.2 Syntax
  –   7.2A.13.3 Operation   PDF-p. 125
  –   7.6.1 General
  –   7.6.2 Document Type Definition
  –   7.6.3 XML Schema description   PDF-p. 126
  –   7.9.2 Definition of media feature tag g.ims.appiari-ref
  –   7.9.3 Definition of media feature tag g.3gpp.iari-ref   PDF-p. 127      Up
  –   A.1.3 Roles   PDF-p. 128
  –   A.2.1.4 PDU parameters   PDF-p. 138
  –   A.2.1.4.1 Status-codes
  –   A.2.1.4.2 ACK method   PDF-p. 140
  –   A.2.1.4.3 BYE method   PDF-p. 141
  –   A.2.1.4.4 CANCEL method   PDF-p. 146
  –   A.2.1.4.6 INFO method   PDF-p. 149
  –   A.2.1.4.7 INVITE method   PDF-p. 156
  –   A.2.1.4.7A MESSAGE method   PDF-p. 164
  –   A.2.1.4.8 NOTIFY method   PDF-p. 171      Up
  –   A.2.1.4.9 OPTIONS method   PDF-p. 178
  –   A.2.1.4.10 PRACK method   PDF-p. 185
  –   A.2.1.4.10A PUBLISH method   PDF-p. 190
  –   A.2.1.4.11 REFER method   PDF-p. 197
  –   A.2.1.4.13 SUBSCRIBE method   PDF-p. 210
  –   A.2.1.4.14 UPDATE method   PDF-p. 217
  –   A.2.2.2 Major capabilities   PDF-p. 223
  –   A.2.2.3 PDUs   PDF-p. 229
  –   A.2.2.4.3 BYE method   PDF-p. 230
  –   A.2.2.4.6 INFO method   PDF-p. 237      Up
  –   A.2.2.4.7A MESSAGE method   PDF-p. 253
  –   A.2.2.4.8 NOTIFY method   PDF-p. 260
  –   A.2.2.4.9 OPTIONS method   PDF-p. 267
  –   A.2.2.4.11 REFER method   PDF-p. 274
  –   A.2.2.4.12 REGISTER method   PDF-p. 281
  –   A.2.2.4.13 SUBSCRIBE method   PDF-p. 288
  –   A.2.2.4.14 UPDATE method   PDF-p. 295
  –   A.3.2.2 SDP types   PDF-p. 302
  –   B.2A.2 Handling of SDP at the terminating UE when originating UE has resources available and IP-CAN performs network-initiated resource reservation for terminating UE   PDF-p. 308
  –   F.2.1.2.2 Initial registration   PDF-p. 309      Up
  –   F.2.1.2.4 User-initiated re-registration
ZA   -   PDF-p. 318
ZB   Procedures   PDF-p. 320
ZC  (Normative)   UUI Header Field   PDF-p. 321
ZD  (Normative)   XML schema for PSTN   PDF-p. 323
ZE   Change history   PDF-p. 331      Up

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