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3GPP Glossaries:  Interfaces / Reference Points
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between  MCPTT client
and  MCPTT server

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specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.379, clause 7.5.2.2 

The MCPTT-1 reference point is used for MCPTT application signalling for establishing a session in support of MCPTT. The MCPTT-1 reference point shall use the SIP‑1 and SIP‑2 reference points for transport and routing of SIP signalling. The MCPTT‑1 reference point may use the HTTP‑1 and HTTP‑2 reference points.


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between  MCPTT server
and  MCPTT user database

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specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.379, clause 7.5.2.3 

The MCPTT-2 reference point is used by the MCPTT server to obtain information about a specific user. The MCPTT-2 reference point utilises a diameter management application protocol as defined in TS 29.283 and shall be intra-network.


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between  MCPTT server
and  MCPTT server

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specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.379, clause 7.5.2.4 

The MCPTT-3 reference point, which exists between the MCPTT server and the MCPTT server for MCPTT application signalling for establishing MCPTT sessions, shall use the SIP‑2 reference point for transport and routing of signalling. If each MCPTT server is served by a different SIP core then the MCPTT‑3 reference point shall also use the SIP‑3 reference point for transport and routing of signalling. Floor control signalling and media are also transferred using the MCPTT‑3 reference point.


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between  floor control server
and  floor participant

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specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.379, clause 7.5.2.5 

The MCPTT-4 reference point, which exists between the floor control server in the MCPTT server and the floor participant in the MCPTT client, provides floor control signalling between the floor control server in the MCPTT server and the floor participant over a unicast bearer. The MCPTT‑4 reference point uses the SGi reference point.


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between  media distribution function
and  EPS

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specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.379, clause 7.5.2.6 

The MCPTT-5 reference point is used, subject to the conditions below, by the media distribution function of the MCPTT server to obtain unicast bearers with appropriate QoS from the EPS. It utilises the Rx interface of the EPS according to 3GPP TS 23.203. MCPTT‑5 is not used when the MCPTT service provider and the PLMN operator do not have an operational agreement for QoS control to be provided directly from the MCPTT service provider domain. MCPTT‑5 may be used when the MCPTT service provider and the PLMN operator have an operational agreement where QoS control is provided directly from the MCPTT service provider domain.


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between  MCPTT server
and  EPS

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specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.379, clause 7.5.2.7 

The MCPTT-6 reference point is used to request the allocation and activation of multicast transport resources for MCPTT application usage. The MCPTT‑6 reference point uses the MB2‑C interface.


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between  media distribution function
and  media mixer

specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.379, clause 7.5.2.8 

The MCPTT-7 reference point, which exists between the media distribution function and the media mixer, is used to exchange unicast media between the media distribution function of the MCPTT server and the media mixer of the MCPTT client. The MCPTT‑7 reference point uses the SGi reference point.


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between  media distribution function
and  media mixer

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specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.379, clause 7.5.2.9 

The MCPTT-8 reference point is used by the media distribution function of the MCPTT server to send multicast media to the media mixer of the MCPTT client. The MCPTT‑8 reference point uses the MB2‑U interface.


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between  floor control server
and  floor participant

specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.379, clause 7.5.2.10 

The MCPTT-9 reference point provides floor control signalling between the floor control server and the floor participant over a multicast bearer. The MCPTT‑9 reference point uses the MB2‑U interface.


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between  MCVideo client
and  MCVideo server

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specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.281, clause 6.3.1 

The MCVideo-1 reference point is used for MCVideo application signalling for establishing a session in support of MCVideo service.


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between  MCVideo server
and  MCVideo user database

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specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.281, clause 6.3.2 

The MCVideo-2 reference point is used by the MCVideo server to obtain information about a specific user.


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between  MCVideo server
and  MCVideo server

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specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.281, clause 6.3.3 



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between  transmission control participant
and  transmission control server

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specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.281, clause 6.3.4 

The MCVideo-4 reference point is used for MCVideo transmission control signalling over unicast. The MCVideo‑4 reference point uses the SGi reference point.


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between  media distribution function
and  EPS

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specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.281, clause 6.3.4A 

The MCVideo-5 reference point is used, subject to the conditions below, by the media distribution function of the MCVideo server to obtain unicast bearers with appropriate QoS from the EPS. It utilises the Rx interface of the EPS according to 3GPP TS 23.203.

MCVideo‑5 is not used when the MCVideo service provider and the PLMN operator do not have an operational agreement for QoS control to be provided directly from the MCVideo service provider domain. MCVideo‑5 may be used when the MCVideo service provider and the PLMN operator have an operational agreement where QoS control is provided directly from the MCVideo service provider domain.


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between  MCVideo server
and  EPS

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specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.281, clause 6.3.4B 

The MCVideo-6 reference point is used to request the allocation and activation of multicast transport resources for MCPTT application usage. The MCVideo‑6 reference point uses the MB2-C interface.


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between  media distribution function
and  media mixer

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specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.281, clause 6.3.5 

The MCVideo-7 reference point is used to exchange unicast media between the media distribution function of the MCVideo server and the media mixer of the MCVideo client. The MCVideo‑7 reference point uses the SGi reference point.


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between  media distribution function
and  media mixer

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specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.281, clause 6.3.6 

The MCVideo-8 reference point is used by the media distribution function of the MCVideo server to send multicast media to the media mixer of the MCVideo client. The MCVideo‑8 reference point uses the MB2‑U interface.


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between  transmission control participant
and  transmission control server

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specified from  Rel-14  in
TS 23.281, clause 6.3.7 

The MCVideo-9 reference point is used for MCVideo transmission control signalling over multicast. The MCVideo‑9 reference point uses the MB2‑U interface.



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