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TS 32.250 (SA5)
Charging management –
Circuit Switched (CS) domain charging

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V14.1.0  2017/06  117 p.
V13.0.0  2016/01  114 p.
V12.3.0  2014/12  114 p.
V11.1.0  2013/03  112 p.
V10.6.0  2012/12  113 p.
V9.6.0  2012/12  109 p.
V8.3.0  2012/03  106 p.
V7.1.0  2007/06  106 p.
V6.7.0  2007/06  105 p.


Rapporteur:  Mrs. Gardella, Maryse
Antecedent:  TS 32.205
See also:  Charging-related TS/TR

This TS specifies the Offline Charging description for the 3GPP Circuit Switched domain, based on the functional descriptions of the 3GPP bearer-, tele- and supplementary services in TS 22.002, TS 22.003 and TS 22.004, respectively.

This charging description includes the offline charging architecture and scenarios specific to the CS domain, as well as the mapping of the common charging architecture specified in TS 32.240 onto the CS domain.


 

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1  Scope [R6]PDF-p. 7
2  References [R6]
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviations [R6]PDF-p. 9
4  Architecture considerations [R6]PDF-p. 13
5  CS domain charging principles and scenarios [R6]PDF-p. 16Up
5.1  CS domain charging principles
5.2  CS domain offline charging scenarios
5.2.1  Basic principles
5.2.1.0  Introduction [R14]
5.2.1.1  Mobile to land (outgoing) callPDF-p. 28
5.2.1.2  Land to mobile (incoming) callPDF-p. 29
5.2.1.3  Mobile to mobile call within the same networkPDF-p. 30
5.2.1.4  Incoming call to a roaming subscriberUp
5.2.1.5  Incoming call to a PLMN service centrePDF-p. 32
5.2.1.6  Call forwarding unconditionalPDF-p. 33
5.2.1.7  Call forwarding conditional (on busy)PDF-p. 34
5.2.1.8  Delivery of a mobile terminated short messagePDF-p. 35
5.2.1.9  Call hold and multi-party servicePDF-p. 36
5.2.1.10  Outgoing call handled by CAMELPDF-p. 37
5.2.1.11  Incoming call handled by CAMEL without redirectionPDF-p. 39
5.2.1.12  Incoming call to a roaming subscriber handled by CAMELPDF-p. 41
5.2.1.13  Incoming call handled by CAMEL with redirection decided and forwarding leg handled by CAMELPDF-p. 43
5.2.1.14  Incoming call handled by CAMEL without redirection and forwarded early using GSM SS but controlled by CAMELPDF-p. 45Up
5.2.1.15  Incoming call handled by CAMEL without redirection and forwarded late using GSM SS but controlled by CAMELPDF-p. 47
5.2.1.16  Early forwarded call controlled by CAMELPDF-p. 49
5.2.1.17  Late forwarded call controlled by CAMELPDF-p. 51
5.2.1.18  Incoming call handled by CAMEL with redirection initiated by CAMEL featurePDF-p. 52
5.2.1.19  CAMEL Scenario for Visiting Terminator Trigger CallsPDF-p. 55
5.2.1.20  Outgoing call handled by CAMEL with Dialled CSI TriggerPDF-p. 57
5.2.1.21  Incoming call handled by CAMEL with redirection decided and forwarding leg handled by CAMEL with Dialled CSI TriggerPDF-p. 59
5.2.1.22  Mobile terminated location requestPDF-p. 61
5.2.1.23  gsmSCF initiated wake-up call handled by CAMEL CPHPDF-p. 62
5.2.1.24  Three party conference handled by CAMEL CPHPDF-p. 63Up
5.2.1.25  Mobile Terminating Roaming Forwarding call after successful Retrieval of Routeing Information (MTRF) [R12]PDF-p. 65
5.2.1.26  Mobile Terminating Roaming Forwarding call after successful Retrieval of Routeing Information (MTRF) to a roaming subscriber [R12]PDF-p. 66
5.2.1.27  Mobile Terminating Roaming Forwarding call after successful Retrieval of Routeing Information (MTRF), for a subscriber with Visiting Terminating Trigger Calls [R12]PDF-p. 67
5.2.1.28  ICS MSC server Mobile Originating call [R12]
5.2.1.29  ICS user registration via CS access [R12]PDF-p. 69
5.2.2  Message flowsPDF-p. 70
5.2.3  CDR generation
5.2.4  GTP' record transfer flowsPDF-p. 72
5.2.5  Bc CDR file transfer
5.3  CS domain online charging scenariosUp

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