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TR 23.852 (SA2)
Study on
S2a Mobility based on GTP
and WLAN Access to the EPC Network

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V12.0.0 (Wzip)  2013/09  157 p.

Rapporteur:  Mr. Zhu, Chunhui

This Study item is to study:
  • The addition of a S2a based on GTP option. In particular this SID will develop the necessary stage 2 message flows to support S2a based on GTP and mobility between GTP-S5/S8 and GTP-S2a.
  • Supporting WLAN access to EPC through S2a via mechanisms:
    • with no impact to the UE;
    • with impact to the UE.

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1  ScopeWord-p. 8
2  References
3  Definitions and abbreviationsWord-p. 9
4  ScenariosWord-p. 10
5  Architectural assumptionsWord-p. 11
6  Solutions for GTP based S2aWord-p. 12
7  Additional considerations for WLAN access to EPC through S2a for Phase 1Word-p. 27
8  Additional considerations for WLAN access to EPC through S2a for Phase 2
8.1  Requirements
8.1A  Key issuesWord-p. 41
8.2  SolutionsWord-p. 42
8.2.1  Solution 1: Tunnelled approach with dedicated UE-TWAG control protocol
8.2.2  Solution 2: Layer 2 solution based on Stateful Address Configuration of Per-PDN Connection/NSWO Point-to-Point Link Multiplexed at Layer 2Word-p. 58
8.2.3  Solution 3: Stateful DHCP-based SolutionWord-p. 69
8.2.4  Solution 4Word-p. 94
8.2.5  Solution 5: Associating APN/PDN with Virtual IP Interface
8.2.6  Solution 6: X
8.2.7  Solution 7: PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE)
8.2.8  Solution 8: Solution using new 3GPP specific LLC/SNAP header settingsWord-p. 113
8.2.9  Solution 9: EAP based signalling solutionWord-p. 119
8.2.10  Solution 10 : WCS Solution
8.2.11  Solution 11 - Two scenario approach using DHCPv4 and Stateless DHCPv6 and a VMAC u-planeWord-p. 141
8.3  EvaluationWord-p. 152
9  Conclusion
A  Example of WLAN integrated with FemtoWord-p. 155
B  Change historyWord-p. 156

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