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TS 23.401 (SA2)
GPRS enhancements for E‑UTRAN Access

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3GPP 23.401 - Evolved Packet System (EPS)
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Rapporteur:  Mr. Pudney, Chris

This TS defines the Stage 2 service description for the Evolved Packet System (EPS). The specification covers both roaming and non-roaming scenarios and covers all aspects, including mobility between E‑UTRAN and pre‑E‑UTRAN 3GPP radio access technologies, policy control and charging, and authentication.

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1  ScopeWord-p. 13
2  ReferencesWord-p. 13
3  Definitions and abbreviationsWord-p. 17
4  Architecture model and conceptsWord-p. 20
4.1  General conceptsWord-p. 20
4.2  Architecture reference modelWord-p. 20
4.3  High level functionsWord-p. 25
4.4  Network elementsWord-p. 87
4.5Void
4.6  EPS Mobility Management and Connection Management statesWord-p. 94
4.7  Overall QoS conceptWord-p. 98
4.8  Compatibility IssuesWord-p. 107
4.9  Paging Policy Differentiation [R13]Word-p. 108
4.10  Introduction of CIoT EPS Optimisations [R13]Word-p. 108
4.11  User Plane CIoT EPS Optimisation [R13]Word-p. 109
4.12  Supporting up to 15 EPS bearers per UE [R15]Word-p. 109
5  Functional description and information flowsWord-p. 110
5.1  Control and user planesWord-p. 110
5.2  IdentitiesWord-p. 120
5.3  Authentication, security and location managementWord-p. 121
5.4  Session Management, QoS and interaction with PCC functionalityWord-p. 227
5.5  HandoverWord-p. 246
5.6  Network Assisted Cell ChangeWord-p. 295
5.7  Information storageWord-p. 296
5.7A  ChargingWord-p. 311
5.8  MBMSWord-p. 314
5.9  Interactions with other servicesWord-p. 314
5.10  Multiple-PDN support and PDN activation for UEs supporting "Attach without PDN connectivity"Word-p. 319
5.11  UE Capability HandlingWord-p. 332
5.12  Warning message deliveryWord-p. 338
5.13  Discontinuous Reception and UE Specific DRX Parameter handlingWord-p. 338
5.13a  Extended Idle mode Discontinuous Reception (DRX) [R13]Word-p. 339
5.14  Configuration Transfer procedureWord-p. 340
5.15  RAN Information Management (RIM) procedures [R9]Word-p. 342
5.16  MME-initiated procedure on UE's CSG membership change [R9]UpWord-p. 343
5.17  Home eNodeB Multicast Packet Forwarding Function [R10]Word-p. 343
5.18  HPLMN Notification with specific indication due to MME initiated Bearer removal [R11]Word-p. 344
5.19  Procedures to support Dedicated Core Networks [R13]Word-p. 344
AVoid
BVoid
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D (Normative)  Interoperation with Gn/Gp SGSNsWord-p. 354
E (Normative)  Mapping between EPS and Release 99 QoS parametersWord-p. 392
F (Normative)  Dedicated bearer activation in combination with the default bearer activation at Attach and UE requested PDN connectivity proceduresWord-p. 395
GVoid
H (Normative)  Mapping between temporary and area identitiesWord-p. 399
I  Guidance for contributors to this specificationWord-p. 400
J  High Level ISR descriptionWord-p. 401
K  Isolated E-UTRAN Operation for Public Safety [R13]Word-p. 406
L  Optimised EPS Architecture option for CIoT [R13]Word-p. 412
M  Functions and procedures over NB-IoT RAT [R13]Word-p. 414
N  Change historyWord-p. 418

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