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TS 23.060SA2
GPRS — General Packet Radio Service –
Stage 2

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3GPP 23.060 - Architecture reference model for GPRS

Rapporteur:  Dr. Salkintzis, Apostolis

This TS defines the stage-2 service description for the General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) which is a packet bearer service and a main part of the packet domain. The GPRS described in the present document is also the description of the GERAN and UTRAN related functionality of the Evolved Packet System (EPS) according to TS 23.401.
A common packet domain Core Network is used for both Radio Access Networks (RAN) the GERAN and the UTRAN. This common Core Network provides together with these RANs GPRS services. It is designed to support several quality of service levels to allow efficient transfer of non real-time traffic (e.g. intermittent and bursty data transfers, occasional transmission of large volumes of data) and real-time traffic (e.g. voice, video).

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1  ScopeWord-p. 14
2  ReferencesWord-p. 14
3  Definitions, abbreviations and symbolsWord-p. 19
4  Main ConceptWord-p. 23
5  General GPRS Architecture and Transmission MechanismWord-p. 24
5.1  GPRS Access Interfaces and Reference PointsWord-p. 24
5.2  Network InterworkingWord-p. 25
5.3  High-Level FunctionsWord-p. 25
5.4  Logical ArchitectureWord-p. 52
5.5  Assignment of Functions to General Logical ArchitectureWord-p. 60
5.6  User and Control PlanesWord-p. 61
5.7  Functionality Needed for Mobile IPv4Word-p. 71
5.8  Functionality for Intra Domain Connection of RAN Nodes to Multiple CN Nodes [R5]Word-p. 71
5.9  Functionality for network sharing [R6]Word-p. 72
5.10  IMS Emergency Session Support [R9]Word-p. 72
6  Mobility Management FunctionalityWord-p. 75
6.1  Definition of Mobility Management StatesWord-p. 75
6.2  Mobility Management Timer FunctionsWord-p. 81
6.3  Interactions Between SGSN and MSC/VLRWord-p. 83
6.4  MM ProceduresWord-p. 89
6.5  GPRS Attach FunctionWord-p. 90
6.6  Detach FunctionWord-p. 99
6.7  Purge FunctionWord-p. 104
6.8  Security FunctionWord-p. 104
6.9  Location Management FunctionWord-p. 109
6.10  Tunnelling of non-GSM Signalling Messages Function (A/Gb mode)Word-p. 171
6.11  Subscriber Management FunctionWord-p. 172
6.12  Service Request Procedure (Iu mode)Word-p. 174
6.13  Intersystem ChangeWord-p. 181
6.14  Classmark HandlingWord-p. 204
6.15  UE Reachability procedures [R9]UpWord-p. 206
6.16  Update CSG Location Procedure [R11]Word-p. 207
6.17  APN information retrieval procedure [R13]Word-p. 208
6.18  Procedures to support Dedicated Core Networks [R13]Word-p. 209
7  Network Management FunctionalityWord-p. 210
8  Radio Resource FunctionalityWord-p. 210
8.1  Radio Resource Functionality (A/Gb mode)UpWord-p. 210
8.2  Radio Resource Functionality (Iu mode)Word-p. 216
9  Packet Routeing and Transfer FunctionalityWord-p. 221
9.1  Definition of Packet Data Protocol StatesWord-p. 221
9.2  PDP Context Activation, Modification, Deactivation, and Preservation FunctionsWord-p. 222
9.3  Packet Routeing and Transfer FunctionWord-p. 280
9.4  Relay FunctionWord-p. 282
9.5  Packet Terminal Adaptation FunctionWord-p. 282
9.6  Encapsulation FunctionWord-p. 282
9.7  Home NodeB Multicast Packet Forwarding Function [R10]Word-p. 283
10  Message Screening FunctionalityWord-p. 283
11  Compatibility IssuesWord-p. 283
12  TransmissionWord-p. 285
12.1  Transmission ModesWord-p. 285
12.2  Logical Link Control Functionality (A/Gb mode)UpWord-p. 286
12.3  Subnetwork Dependent Convergence Functionality (A/Gb mode)Word-p. 287
12.4  PDCP (Iu mode)Word-p. 289
12.5  Point-to-Point Protocol FunctionalityWord-p. 289
12.6  Gb Interface (A/Gb mode)Word-p. 290
12.7  Iu Interface (Iu mode)Word-p. 295
12.8  Abis Interface (A/Gb mode)Word-p. 301
12.9  Gn Interface (A/Gb mode) [R6]Word-p. 303
13  Information StorageWord-p. 303
14  IdentitiesWord-p. 318
15  Operational AspectsWord-p. 323
15.1  ChargingWord-p. 323
15.2  Quality of Service ProfileWord-p. 329
15.3  Traffic Flow TemplateWord-p. 331
15.4  APN Restriction [R6]Word-p. 335
15.5  Automatic Device Detection [R6]Word-p. 336
15.6  Direct Tunnel Functionality [R7]Word-p. 337
15.7  HPLMN Notification with specific indication due to SGSN initiated Bearer removal [R11]Word-p. 338
16  Interactions with Other ServicesWord-p. 338
A (Normative)  APN and P-GW/GGSN SelectionWord-p. 349
B  Selected IP Traffic Offload at Iu-PS [R10]Word-p. 360
C  Link MTU considerations [R10]Word-p. 362
D  Change HistoryWord-p. 364

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