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TR 24.930 (CT1)
Signalling flows for the session setup in the IP Multimedia core network Subsystem (IMS) based on SIP and SDP – Stage 3

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Rapporteur:  Mr. Leis, Peter
See also:  TS 24.228    


This TR gives examples of the session setup in the IM CN subsystem based on SIP and SDP. These signalling flows provide detailed signalling flows, which expand on the overview information flows provided in TS 23.228. The flows focus on a basic session setup, i.e. no flows will be provided for topology hiding, for sessions with IBCF involved or for sessions having certain features.

The signalling flows provided in this TR follow the methodology developed in TS 24.228. The following additional considerations apply:
  • TS 24.228 shows separate signalling flows with no configuration hiding between networks, and with configuration hiding between networks. Separate signalling flows are not shown in this TR;
  • TS 24.228 breaks down the functionality of the various CSCFs. The functionality of the S-CSCF and I-CSCF is not relevant for the session setup procedure. Therefore S-CSCFs and I-CSCFs are collapsed into a single entity labelled "Intermediate IM CN subsystem entities".


 

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1   Scope   PDF-p. 5
2   References
3   Definitions, symbols and abbreviations
4   Methodology
5   Signalling flows for session initiation   PDF-p. 7
5.1   Establishing a session when UE#1 and UE#2 do not have required resources available      Up
5.2   Establishing a session when UE#1 does not have required resources available while UE#2 has resources already available   PDF-p. 63
5.3   Establishing a session when UE#1 has resources available while UE#2 does not have required resources available   PDF-p. 89
5.4   Establishing a session when UE#1 does not have required resources available and UE#2 is non-IMS   PDF-p. 113
5.5   Establishing a session when UE#1 is non-IMS and UE#2 does not have required resources available   PDF-p. 142
5.6   Establishing a session when UE#1 and UE#2 have resources already available   PDF-p. 146
A   Change history   PDF-p. 158

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