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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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V8.22.0 (PDF)    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.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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