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4.3.5  Service Exposure in Interworking Scenarios |R16|p. 73

4.3.5.1  Non-roaming architecturep. 73

Figure 4.3.5.1-1 shows the non-roaming architecture for Service Exposure for EPC-5GC Interworking. If the UE is capable of mobility between EPS and 5GS, the network is expected to associate the UE with an SCEF+NEF node for Service Capability Exposure.
Reproduction of 3GPP TS 23.501, Fig. 4.3.5.1-1: Non-roaming Service Exposure Architecture for EPC-5GC Interworking
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4.3.5.2  Roaming architecturesp. 74

Figure 4.3.5.2-1 represents the roaming architecture for Service Exposure for EPC-5GC Interworking. This architecture is applicable to both the home routed roaming and local breakout roaming.
Reproduction of 3GPP TS 23.501, Fig. 4.3.5.2-1: Roaming Service Exposure Architecture for EPC-5GC Interworking
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