Tech-invite3GPPspecsGlossariesIETFRFCsGroupsSIPABNFsWorld Map
Top   in Index   Prev   Next

TS 32.225 (SA5)
Charging management –
Charging data description for the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)

ToC   3GPP‑Page   ETSI‑search   Help    
V5.11.0 (PDF)  2006/03  69 p.


Rapporteur:  Dr. Shrader, David
Descendant:  TS 32.260

This TS covers both online and offline charging for the IMS. For clarity, the terms Offline Charging and Online charging as applied to the IMS are defined here in clause 3. These definitions are the same as listed in TS TS 32.200. The IMS charging architecture details, requirements, definitions and principles are listed in TS 32.200 and therefore are not repeated here.

In this TS the charging data triggers, message content and format are specified along with the transport of these messages using the Diameter protocol. Details about charging message flows and the definitions of the Diameter AVPs are also included in this TS. This information is divided into two main clauses: Online Charging and Offline Charging.


 

Here   Top

 

 

1  Scope [R5]PDF-p. 7
2  References [R5]
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviations [R5]PDF-p. 8
4  Offline and Online Charging [R5]PDF-p. 9
5  Offline Charging [R5]PDF-p. 11
5.1  Diameter Description on the Rf Interfaces
5.2  CDR Description on the Bi InterfacePDF-p. 32
5.2.1  CDR Field Types
5.2.2  CDR TriggersPDF-p. 33
5.2.3  CDR ContentPDF-p. 34
5.2.4  CDR Parameter DescriptionPDF-p. 35
5.2.4.1  Application Provided Called Parties
5.2.4.2  Application Servers Information
5.2.4.3  Application Servers Involved
5.2.4.4  Authorised QoS
5.2.4.5  Bearer Service
5.2.4.6  Called Party Address
5.2.4.7  Calling Party AddressUp
5.2.4.8  Cause for Record Closing
5.2.4.9  Content DispositionPDF-p. 36
5.2.4.10  Content Length
5.2.4.11  Content Type
5.2.4.12  GGSN Address
5.2.4.13  GPRS Charging ID
5.2.4.14  IMS Charging Identifier
5.2.4.15  Incomplete CDR Indication
5.2.4.16  Inter Operator IdentifiersPDF-p. 37
5.2.4.17  List of Message BodiesUp
5.2.4.18  List of SDP Media Components
5.2.4.19  Local Record Sequence Number
5.2.4.20  Media Initiator Flag
5.2.4.21  Node Address
5.2.4.22  Originator
5.2.4.23  Private User IDPDF-p. 38
5.2.4.24  Record Closure Time
5.2.4.25  Record Extensions
5.2.4.26  Record Opening Time
5.2.4.27  Record Sequence NumberUp
5.2.4.28  Record Type
5.2.4.29  Retransmission
5.2.4.30  Role of Node
5.2.4.31  SDP Media Components
5.2.4.32  SDP Media Description:PDF-p. 39
5.2.4.33  SDP Media Name
5.2.4.34  SDP Session Description
5.2.4.35  Service Delivery End Time Stamp
5.2.4.36  Service Delivery Failure Reason
5.2.4.37  Service Delivery Start Time StampUp
5.2.4.38  Service IDPDF-p. 40
5.2.4.39  Service Request Timestamp
5.2.4.40  Service Specific Data
5.2.4.41  Session ID
5.2.4.42  Served Party IP Address
5.2.4.43  SIP Method
5.2.4.44  SIP Request Timestamp
5.2.4.45  SIP Response Timestamp
5.2.4.46  S-CSCF Information
5.2.4.47  Trunk Group ID Incoming/OutgoingPDF-p. 41Up
5.2.5  Bi interface Conventions
5.2.6  Abstract Syntax Description
5.2.7  Data Encoding RulesPDF-p. 43
6  Online Charging [R5]PDF-p. 44
7  AVPs Used for Offline and Online Charging [R5]PDF-p. 57Up
7.1  Diameter Base Protocol AVPs
7.2  Additional AVPs
A  Change historyPDF-p. 67

Up   Top