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TS 23.316SA2
Wireless and Wireline Convergence Access Support
for the 5G System

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WI Acronym:  5WWC
Rapporteur:  Mr. Spini, MarcoHuawei Technologies Co. Ltd.

The present document defines the enhancements to Stage 2 system architecture, procedure and flows, Policy and Charging Control for the 5G System in order to support wireline access network and Fixed Wireless Access.
Non-roaming architecture for 5G Core Network for 5G-RG with Wireline 5G Access network and NG RAN
Non-roaming architecture for 5G Core Network for FN-RG with Wireline 5G Access network and NG RAN

full Table of Contents for  TS 23.316  Word version:   16.2.0

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1  ScopeWord-p. 8
2  References
3  Definitions and abbreviationsWord-p. 9
3.1  Definitions

RG Level Wireline Access Characteristics: Wireline access technology specific QoS information corresponding to a specific wireline access subscription, which is provided by the AMF to the W-AGF at RG registration.
Wireline access Control Plane protocol (W-CP): Protocol used to transport AS and NAS signalling between the 5G-RG and the W-AGF over the Y4 reference point. W-CP is specified by BBF and CableLabs. There is no assumption that W-CP refers to only a single protocol or only a specific protocol layer.
Wireline access User Plane protocol (W-UP): Protocol used to carry PDU Session user plane traffic between the 5G-RG and the W-AGF over the Y4 reference point. W-UP is specified by BBF and CableLabs. There is no assumption that W-UP refers to only a single protocol or only a specific protocol layer.
Legacy Wireline access Control Plane protocol (L-W-CP): L-W-CP is a legacy control plane protocol between the FN-RG and W-AGF. L-W-CP is specified by BBF and CableLabs. There is no assumption that L-W-CP refers to only a single protocol or only a specific protocol layer.
Legacy Wireline access User Plane protocol (L-W-UP): L-W-UP is a legacy user plane protocol between the FN-RG and W-AGF. W-UP is specified by BBF and CableLabs. There is no assumption that L-W-UP refers to only a single protocol or only a specific protocol layer.
3.2  AbbreviationsWord-p. 10
5G‑RG (5G Residential Gateway) – 5G‑BRG (5G Broadband Residential Gateway) – 5G‑CRG (5G Cable Residential Gateway) – ACS (Auto-Configuration Server) – FN‑RG (Fixed Network RG) – FN‑BRG (Fixed Network Broadband RG) – FN‑CRG (Fixed Network Cable RG) – L‑W‑CP (Legacy Wireless access Control Plane Protocol) – L‑W‑UP (Legacy Wireless access User Plane Protocol) – RG (Residential Gateway) – RG‑LWAC (RG Level Wireline Access Characteristics) – TMBR (Total Maximum Bit Rate) – USP (User Services Platform) – W‑5GAN (Wireline 5G Access Network) – W‑5GCAN (Wireline 5G Cable Access Network) – W‑5GBAN (Wireline BBF Access Network) – W‑CP (Wireline access Control Plane protocol) – W‑UP (Wireline access User Plane protocol) –
4  High level features
4.1  General
4.2  Network Access Control
4.3  Registration and Connection ManagementWord-p. 12
4.4  Session management
4.4.0  General
This clause specifies the delta related to session management defined in TS 23.501, clause 5.6.
4.4.1  Session management for 5G-RG
4.4.2  Session management for FN-RGWord-p. 14
4.5  QoS model
4.6  User Plane management
4.7  Identifiers
4.8  Security aspects
4.9  Support of specific servicesWord-p. 22
4.10  UE behind 5G-RG and FN-RG
4.10a  Non-5G capable device behind 5G-CRG and FN-CRG.Word-p. 23
4.11  Fixed Wireless AccessWord-p. 24
4.12  Hybrid Access
4.13  Support of FN-RG
4.14  Support of slicing
4.15  Support for IMS servicesWord-p. 28
5  Network Function
6  Control and User Plane Protocol Stacks
7  System procedure
7.1  General
7.2  Connection, Registration and Mobility Management procedures
7.3  Session Management procedures
7.4  SMF and UPF interactions
7.5  User Profile management procedures
7.6  Handover procedureWord-p. 58
7.7  Support of specific services
8  Network Function servicesWord-p. 65
9  Policy and Charging Control Framework and Configuration by ACSWord-p. 69
10  Support of additional functionalitiesWord-p. 77
A  UE behind RG using untrusted Non-3GPP access proceduresWord-p. 78
B  Change historyWord-p. 80

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