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TS 29.311 (CT3)
Service level interworking for Messaging Services

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(P) V14.0.0    2017/03    51 p.
(P) V13.0.0    2015/12    50 p.
(P) V12.1.0    2015/03    50 p.
(P) V11.2.0    2015/03    50 p.
(P) V10.6.0    2015/03    50 p.
(P) V9.3.0    2015/03    32 p.
(P) V8.4.0    2015/03    32 p.


Rapporteur:  Mr. YANG, Weiwei(Tommy)
See also:  SMS-related TS/TR    


This TS specifies the protocol details of service level interworking between Instant Message (OMA-TS-SIMPLE_IM) or Chat Session (OMA-TS-CPM_Conv_Fnct) using the 3GPP IP Multimedia CN subsystem and the Short Message Service over both legacy CS/PS network as specified in the TS 23.040 and a generic IP Conectivity Access Network (IP-CAN) as specified in the TS 24.341. These include:
  • Procedures to implement service level interworking between IM and SM;
  • Procedures to implement service level interworking between CPM and SM;
  • Enhancement of the IP-SM-GW as an Application Server to support service selection, authorization and mapping between IM or CPM and SM protocols; and
  • Interaction between service level interworking and transport layer interworking.


 

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1   Scope [R8]   PDF-p. 7
2   References [R8]
3   Definitions and abbreviations [R10]   PDF-p. 8
4   Overview of service level interworking for messaging services [R8]
5   Functional entities [R8]      Up
6   Roles [R8]
6.1   IP-Short-Message-Gateway (IP-SM-GW)
6.1.1   General
6.1.2   Notification about registration status and UE capabilities   PDF-p. 11
6.1.3   Handling of routing information   PDF-p. 12
6.1.4   Delivering Short Message(s) as an Instant Message
6.1.5   Delivering an Instant Message as a (concatenated) Short Message in the terminating network
6.1.6   Submitting an Instant Message as a (concatenated) Short Message in the originating network
6.1.7   Receiving of the Chat Session invitation request in the terminating network [R10]   PDF-p. 26
6.1.8   Receiving of the Chat Session invitation request in the originating network [R10]   PDF-p. 28
6.1.9   Delivering a Short Message as an MSRP SEND in an ongoing Chat Session anchored in the terminating network [R10]   PDF-p. 29
6.1.10   Delivering a Short Message as an MSRP SEND request in an ongoing Chat Session anchored in the originating network [R10]   PDF-p. 30
6.1.11   Delivering an MSRP SEND request in an ongoing Chat Session anchored in the terminating network as a (concatenated) Short Message [R10]      Up
6.1.12   Submitting an MSRP SEND request in an ongoing Chat Session anchored in the originating network as a (concatenated) Short Message [R10]   PDF-p. 34
6.1.13   Handling of the Chat Session teardown request received as a Short Message in the terminating network [R10]
6.1.14   Handling of the Chat Session teardown request received as a Chat Session BYE in the terminating network [R10]
6.1.15   Handling of the Chat Session teardown request received as a Short Message in the originating network [R10]
6.1.16   Handling of the Chat Session teardown request received as a Chat Session BYE in the originating network [R10]
6.1.17   Handling of Participant Information [R10]
6.1.18   Common procedures for chat session interworking [R10]
A  (Normative)   Impacts of TP parameters in a Short Message on service level interworking [R8]   PDF-p. 42
B  (Normative)   Anonymous SMS [R8]   PDF-p. 48
C   Change history   PDF-p. 49      Up

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