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TS 23.204SA2
SMS over Generic 3GPP IP Access

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Rapporteur:  Mr. Zhang, WenlinHuawei Technologies Co. Ltd.

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:   16.0.0

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1  ScopeWord-p. 6
2  References
3  Definitions and abbreviationsWord-p. 7
4Void
4a  Architecture Requirements
5  Architecture model and reference pointsWord-p. 11
6  ProceduresWord-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. 27
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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