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TS 28.705 (SA5)
IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) NRM IRP –
Information Service

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(P) V14.0.0    2017/03    38 p.
(P) V13.0.0    2016/01    38 p.
(P) V12.0.0    2014/10    38 p.
(P) V11.2.0    2014/06    38 p.


Rapporteur:  Mr. Cornily, Jean Michel
See also:  –


The present document specifies the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) network resource information that can be communicated between an IRPAgent and an IRPManager for telecommunication network management purposes, including management of converged networks.

This document specifies the semantics and behaviour of information object class attributes and relations visible across the reference point in a protocol and technology neutral way. It does not define their syntax and encoding. The IMS NRM IRP comprises a set of specifications defining Requirements, a protocol neutral Information Service and one or more Solution Set(s).

The present document specifies the protocol neutral IMS NRM IRP: Information Service (IS). It reuses relevant parts of the Generic NRM IRP: IS in TS 28.622, either by direct reuse or sub-classing, and in addition to that defines IMS specific Information Object Classes.

Finally, in order to access the information defined by this NRM, an Interface IRP is needed, such as the Basic CM IRP in TS 32.602. However, which Interface IRP that is applicable is outside the scope of the present document.


 

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1   Scope   PDF-p. 8
2   References
3   Definitions and abbreviations   PDF-p. 9
4   Model   PDF-p. 11
4.1   Imported information entities and local labels
4.2   Class diagram   PDF-p. 12
4.3   Class definitions   PDF-p. 20      Up
4.3.1   ASFunction
4.3.2   BGCFFunction
4.3.3   CAMELIMSSFASFunction   PDF-p. 21
4.3.4   CSCFFunction
4.3.5   HSSFunction
4.3.6   ICSCFFunction
4.3.7   IMSMGWFunction
4.3.8   MGCFFunction
4.3.9   MRFCFunction
4.3.10   MRFPFunction   PDF-p. 24
4.3.11   OSASCSASFunction
4.3.12   PCSCFFunction
4.3.13   SCSFFunction
4.3.14   SIPASFunction
4.3.15   SLFFunction
4.3.16   ECSCFFunction
4.3.17   Link_AS_ICSCF
4.3.18   Link_AS_SCSCF
4.3.19   Link_AS_SLF
4.3.20   Link_BGCF_BGCF
4.3.21   Link_BGCF_MGCF
4.3.22   Link_BGCF_SCSCF
4.3.23   Link_HSS_ICSCF
4.3.24   Link_ICSCF_SCSCF
4.3.25   Link_ICSCF_MGCF
4.3.26   Link_ICSCF_PCSCF
4.3.27   Link_PCSCF_SCSCF
4.3.28   Link_CAMELIMSSFAS_HSS
4.3.29   Link_HSS_OSASCSAS
4.3.30   Link_HSS_SCSCF
4.3.31   Link_HSS_SIPAS
4.3.32   Link_ICSCF_SLF
4.3.33   Link_IMSMGW_MGCF
4.3.34   Link_MGCF_SCSCF
4.3.35   Link_MRFC_MRFP
4.3.36   Link_MRFC_SCSCF
4.3.37   Link_SCSCF_SCSCF
4.3.38   Link_SCSCF_SLF
4.3.39   Link_PCSCF_ECSCF
4.3.40   Link_BGCF_ECSCF
4.3.41   Link_MGCF_ECSCF
4.4   Attribute definitions
4.5   Common notifications
A   Change history   PDF-p. 36

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