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6  Control and User Plane Protocol Stacks
6.1  General
This clause specifies the protocol stacks between 5G-RG, FN-RG and 5GS entities for supporting W-5GAN.
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6.2.1  Control Plane Protocol Stacks between the 5G-RG and the 5GC
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The control plane protocol stack between 5G-RG and AMF is defined in figure 6.2.1-1.
For W-5GBAN, the W-CP protocol stack between 5G-BRG and W-AGF is defined in BBF WT-456 [9]. For W-5GCAN, the W-CP protocol stack between 5G-CRG and W-AGF is defined in WR-TR-5WWC-ARCH [27].
The protocol stack between 5GC/AMF and W-AGF is defined in TS 23.501, clause 8.
The W-CP protocol stack:
  • W-CP supports setup of an initial W-CP EAP signalling connection. This connection supports EAP messages transfer between 5G-RG and W-AGF.
  • W-CP supports to carry AS parameters (e.g. SUCI or 5G-GUTI, Requested NSSAI and Establishment Cause) and NAS packets.
  • W-CP supports the setup, modification and removal of at least one W-UP resource per PDU session.
  • W-CP may support the setup, modification and removal of multiple W-UP resources per PDU session.
For the 5G-RG connected via NG-RAN the protocol stack defined in TS 23.501, clause 8.2.2 applies with UE corresponding to 5G-RG.
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6.2.2  Control Plane Protocol Stacks between the FN-RG and the 5GCWord-p. 31
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The control plane protocol stack between FN-RG and AMF is defined in figure 6.2.2-1. The W-AGF acts as an N1 termination point on behalf of FN-RG.
For W-5GBAN, the L-W-CP protocol stack, between FN-BRG and W-AGF is defined in BBF WT-456 [9] and WT-457 [10]. For W-5GCAN, the L-W-CP protocol stack between FN-CRG and W-AGF is defined in WR-TR-5WWC-ARCH [27].
6.3  User Plane Protocol Stacks for W-5GAN
6.3.1  User Plane Protocol Stacks between the 5G-RG and the 5GC
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The user plane protocol stack between 5G-RG and UPF is defined in figure 6.3.1-1.
For W-5GBAN, the W-UP protocol stack between 5G-BRG and W-AGF is defined in BBF WT-456 [9]. For W-5GCAN, the W-UP protocol stack between 5G-CRG and W-AGF is defined in WR-TR-5WWC-ARCH [27].
The protocol stack between 5GC/UPF and W-AGF is defined in TS 23.501, clause 8.
For the W-UP protocol stack:
  • W-UP supports at least one W-UP resource per PDU session. This will be the default W-UP resource.
  • W-UP may support multiple W-UP resources per PDU session and associate different QoS profiles (QFIs) to different W-UP resources.
  • W-UP supports transmission of uplink and downlink PDUs according to clause 4.5.
  • W-UP supports access specific QoS parameters that can be mapped from 3GPP QoS parameters (e.g.5QI, RQI) received from the 5GC.
For the 5G-RG connected via NG-RAN the protocol stack defined in TS 23.501, clause 8.3.1 applies with 5G-RG replacing the UE.
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The user plane protocol stack between FN-RG and UPF is defined in figure 6.3.2-1.
For W-5GBAN, the L-W-UP protocol stack between FN-BRG and W-AGF is defined in BBF WT-456 [9] and WT-457 [10]. For W-5GCAN, the L-W-UP protocol stack between FN-CRG and W-AGF is defined in WR-TR-5WWC-ARCH [27].

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