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TS 23.204 (SA2)
Support of SMS
over Generic 3GPP IP Access –
Stage 2

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Rapporteur:  Mr. Zhang, Wenlin
See also:

The Short Message Service (SMS) has enjoyed great success in cellular networks. At the same time, specifications have been and are being developed for extending 3GPP services to non-cellular IP Connectivity Access Networks (IPCANs). In this same spirit, this specification describes the capabilities needed to support SMS for generic IP-CANs.

full Table of Contents for  TS 23.204  Word version:   15.0.0

 

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1  Scope [R7]Word-p. 6
2  References [R7]
3  Definitions and abbreviations [R7]Word-p. 7
4Void
4a  Architecture Requirements [R7]
5  Architecture model and reference points [R7]Word-p. 11
6  Procedures [R7]Word-p. 15
6.0  General [R8]
6.0a  SMS without MSISDN in IMS [R11]
6.1  Registration procedureWord-p. 16
6.2  De-registration procedureWord-p. 17
6.3  Transport-level interworking: Successful encapsulated Short Message origination procedure with MSISDNWord-p. 18
6.3a  Transport-level interworking: Short Message origination procedure without MSISDN [R12]Word-p. 19
6.4  Transport-level interworking: Successful encapsulated Short Message termination procedure from SMS-GMSCWord-p. 21
6.4a  Transport-level interworking: Short Message termination procedure without MSISDN from IMS network [R12]Word-p. 23
6.5  Transport-level interworking: Delivery Report procedureWord-p. 24
6.5a  Unsuccessful SM termination procedure
6.5b  Alert Service Centre procedure when UE is availableWord-p. 26
6.6  Transport-level interworking: Alert service centre procedure when memory capacity is availableWord-p. 28
6.7  Service-level Interworking: IM or CPM capable UE sends an Instant Message to an SMS user [R8]Word-p. 29
6.8  Interaction between transport-level and service-level Interworking [R8]Word-p. 30
6.9  Service-level Interworking: Concatenated Short Messages delivered as a large Instant Message [R8]
6.10  Service-level interworking: Status Report procedure for Instant Message to Short Message interworking [R8]Word-p. 35
6.11  IM or CPM user sends an Instant Message to an SMSIP UE [R8]Word-p. 36
6.12  Delivery report for an Instant Message delivered as encapsulated Short Message [R8]Word-p. 37
6.13  Service-level interworking: IM or CPM capable UE sends an Instant Message to an SMS user with Interworking in the terminating side [R8]Word-p. 38
6.14  Service-level interworking: IM or CPM user receives Short Message from an SMS user [R8]Word-p. 39
6.15  Service-level Interworking: CPM capable UE sends a Chat session invitation to an SMS user [R10]Word-p. 41
6.16  Service-level Interworking: CPM capable UE tearing down a Chat session between a CPM user and an SMS user [R10]Word-p. 45
6.17  Service-level Interworking: SMS user requesting the IP-SM-GW to tear down the Chat session between a CPM user and an SMS user [R10]Word-p. 47
6.18  Service-level interworking: Status Report procedure for chat session message to Short Message interworking [R10]Word-p. 49
A  Service-level interworking: IM or CPM user sends an Instant Message to a group list including SMS users [R8]Word-p. 51
B  Group chat sessions [R10]Word-p. 53
C  Change HistoryWord-p. 59

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