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full Table of Contents for  TS 23.501  Word version:   16.3.0

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5.27  Time Sensitive Communications [R16]Up
5.28  Support of integration with TSN [R16]
5.28.1  5GS logical TSN bridge management
Reproduction of 3GPP TS 23.501, Figure 5.28.1-1: Per UPF based virtual bridge
Figure 5.28.1-1: Per UPF based virtual bridge
5.28.2  5GS Bridge configurationWord-p. 256
5.28.3  Port management information exchange in 5GS
5.28.4  QoS mapping tablesWord-p. 260
Reproduction of 3GPP TS 23.501, Figure 5.28.4-1: QoS Mapping Function distribution between PCF and TSN AF
Figure 5.28.4-1: QoS Mapping Function distribution between PCF and TSN AF
5.29  Support for 5G LAN-type service [R16]Word-p. 261
5.29.1  General
The service requirements for 5G LAN-type service are specified in TS 22.261, clause 6.26.
A 5G Virtual Network (VN) group consists of a set of UEs using private communication for 5G LAN-type services.
5.29.2  5G VN group management
5.29.3  PDU Session managementWord-p. 262
5.29.4  User Plane handlingWord-p. 263
5.30  Support for non-public networks [R16]Word-p. 264
5.30.1  General
A Non-Public Network (NPN) is a 5GS deployed for non-public use, see TS 22.261, clause 6.25. An NPN may be deployed as:
  • a Stand-alone Non-Public Network (SNPN), i.e. operated by an NPN operator and not relying on network functions provided by a PLMN, or
  • a Public network integrated NPN, i.e. a non-public network deployed with the support of a PLMN.
SNPN 5GS deployments are based on the architecture depicted in clause 4.2.3, the architecture for 5GC with untrusted non-3GPP access (Figure 4.2.8.2.1-1) for access to SNPN services via a PLMN (and vice versa) and the additional functionality covered in clause 5.30.2.
Interworking with EPS is not supported for SNPN.
Public network integrated NPNs can be enabled using network slicing (see Annex D).
5.30.2  Stand-alone non-public networks
5.30.3  Public network integrated NPN

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