126.96.36.199.2 Session binding
The binding mechanism is the procedure that associates a service data flow (defined in a PCC rule by means of the SDF template), to the QoS Flow deemed to transport the service data flow. For service data flows belonging to AF sessions, the binding mechanism shall also associate the AF session information with the QoS Flow that is selected to carry the service data flow.
The relation between AF sessions and rules depends only on the operator configuration. An AF session can be covered by one or more PCC rules, if applicable (e.g. one rule per media component of an IMS session).
The PCF may authorize dynamic PCC rules for service data flows without a corresponding AF session.
The binding mechanism includes three steps:
PCC rule authorization and
QoS Flow binding.
188.8.131.52.3 PCC rule authorization
Session binding is the association of the AF session information to one and only one PDU Session. The PCF shall perform the session binding, which may take the following PDU Session parameters into account:
For an IP type PDU Session, the UE IPv4 address and/or IPv6 network prefix, in addition when using W-5GAN the description in TS 23.316 applies;
For an Ethernet type PDU Session, the UE MAC address(es);
The UE identity (e.g. SUPI), if present;
The information about the Data Network (DN) the user is accessing, i.e. DNN, if present.
Once it has determined the impacted PDU Session, the PCF shall identify the PCC rules affected by the AF session information, including new PCC rules to be installed and existing PCC rules to be modified or removed.
Session Binding applies for PDU Sessions of IP type. It may also apply to Ethernet PDU Session type but only when especially allowed by PCC related Policy Control Request triggers.
184.108.40.206.4 QoS Flow binding Word-p. 38
PCC Rule authorization is the selection of the 5G QoS parameters, described in TS 23.501, clause 5.7.2
, for the PCC rules.
The PCF shall perform the PCC rule authorization for dynamic PCC rules belonging to AF sessions that have been selected in step 1, as described in clause 220.127.116.11.2
, as well as for PCC rules without corresponding AF sessions.
For the authorization of a PCC rule the PCF shall consider any 5GC specific restrictions, subscription information and other information available to the PCF. Each PCC rule receives a set of QoS parameters that are supported by the specific Access Network. The authorization of a PCC rule associated with an emergency service shall be supported without subscription information. The PCF shall apply local policies configured for the emergency service.
QoS Flow binding is the association of a PCC rule to a QoS Flow within a PDU Session. The binding is performed using the following binding parameters:
QNC (if available in the PCC rule);
Priority Level (if available in the PCC rule);
Averaging Window (if available in the PCC rule);
Maximum Data Burst Volume (if available in the PCC rule);
Alternative QoS Parameter Set(s) (if available in the PCC rule).
For a PCC Rule including Alternative QoS Parameter Set(s), if a QoS Flow exists with QoS parameters identical to the binding parameters for the PCC Rule other than Alternative QoS Parameter Set(s) not identical to the Alternative QoS Parameter Set(s) for the PCC Rule, the PCC Rule is not bound to the existing QoS Flow but to a new QoS Flow.
When the PCF provisions a PCC Rule, the SMF shall evaluate whether a QoS Flow with QoS parameters identical to the binding parameters exists unless the PCF requests to bind the PCC rule to the QoS Flow associated with the default QoS rule. If no such QoS Flow exists, the SMF derives the QoS parameters, using the parameters in the PCC Rule, for a new QoS Flow, binds the PCC Rule to the QoS Flow and then proceeds as described TS 23.501, clause 18.104.22.168
to establish the new QoS Flow. If a QoS Flow with QoS parameters identical to the binding parameters exists, the SMF binds the PCC Rule to this QoS Flow and proceeds as described TS 23.501, clause 22.214.171.124
to modify the QoS Flow or, based on local policies, creates a new QoS Flow following the actions described above.
For PCC rules containing a delay critical GBR 5QI value, the SMF can bind PCC Rules with the same binding parameters to different QoS Flows to ensure that the GFBR of the QoS Flow can be achieved with the Maximum Data Burst Volume of the QoS Flow.
The SMF shall identify the QoS Flow associated with the default QoS rule based on the fact that the PCC rule(s) bound to this QoS Flow contain:
5QI and ARP values that are identical to the PDU Session related information Authorized default 5QI/ARP; or
a Bind to QoS Flow associated with the default QoS rule and apply PCC rule parameters Indication.
The Bind to QoS Flow associated with the default QoS rule and apply PCC rule parameters Indication has to be used whenever the PDU Session related information Authorized default 5QI/ARP (as described in clause 6.3.1
) cannot be directly used as the QoS parameters of the QoS Flow associated with the default QoS rule, for example when a GBR 5QI is used or the 5QI priority level has to be changed.
When a QoS Flow associated with the default QoS rule exists, the PCF can request that a PCC rule is bound to this QoS Flow by including the Bind to QoS Flow associated with the default QoS rule Indication in a dynamic PCC rule. In this case, the SMF shall bind the dynamic PCC rule to the QoS Flow associated with the default QoS rule (i.e. ignoring the binding parameters) and keep the binding as long as this indication remains set. When the PCF removes the association of a PCC rule to the QoS Flow associated with the default QoS rule, a new binding may need to be created between this PCC rule and a QoS Flow based on the binding mechanism described above.
The binding created between a PCC Rule and a QoS Flow causes the downlink part of the service data flow to be directed to the associated QoS Flow at the UPF (as described in TS 23.501, clause 5.7.1
). In the UE, the QoS rule associated with the QoS Flow (which is generated by the SMF and explicitly signalled to the UE as described in TS 23.501, clause 5.7.1
) instructs the UE to direct the uplink part of the service data flow to the QoS Flow in the binding.
Whenever the binding parameters of a PCC rule changes, the binding of this PCC rule shall be re-evaluated, i.e. the binding mechanism described above is performed again. The re-evaluation may, for a PCC rule, result in a new binding with another QoS Flow. If the PCF requests the same change of the binding parameter value(s) for all PCC rules that are bound to the same QoS Flow, the SMF should not re-evaluate the binding of these PCC rules and instead, modify the QoS parameter value(s) of the QoS Flow accordingly.
A QoS change of the PDU Session related information Authorized default 5QI/ARP values doesn't cause the QoS Flow rebinding for PCC rules with the Bind to QoS Flow associated with the default QoS rule Indication set.
When the PCF removes a PCC Rule, the SMF shall remove the association of the PCC Rule to the QoS Flow. If the last PCC rule that is bound to a QoS Flow is removed, the SMF shall delete the QoS Flow.
When a QoS Flow is removed, the SMF shall remove the PCC rules bound to this QoS Flow and report to the PCF that the PCC Rules bound to a QoS Flow are removed.
The QoS Flow binding shall also ensure that:
if a PCC rule contains the TSN AF QoS container, the PCC rule is bound to a new QoS Flow and no other PCC rule is bound to this QoS Flow.
For MA PDU Session, the QoS Flow binding shall also ensure that:
PCC rules for GBR or delay critical GBR service data flows allowed on different access are not bound to the same QoS Flow even if the PCC rules contain the same binding parameters.
For MA PDU Session, the GBR or delay critical GBR resource for a service data flow is allocated only in one access (as described in TS 23.501, clause 5.32.4
Reporting refers to the differentiated PDU Session resource usage information (measured at the UPF) being reported by the SMF to the CHF.
Reporting usage information to the CHF is distinct from credit management. Hence multiple PCC rules may share the same charging key for which one credit is assigned whereas reporting may be at higher granularity if serviced identifier level reporting is used.
The SMF shall report usage information for online and offline charging.
The SMF shall report usage information for each charging key value.
For service data flow charging, for the case of sponsored data connectivity, the reports for offline charging shall report usage for each charging key, Sponsor Identity and Application Service Provider Identity combination if Sponsor Identity and Application Service Provider Identifier have been provided in the PCC rules.
Usage reports for online charging that include Sponsor Identity and Application Service Provider Identity is not within scope of the specification in this release. Online charging for sponsored data connectivity can be based on charging key as described in Annex X.
The SMF shall report usage information for each charging key/service identifier combination if service identifier level reporting is requested in the PCC rule.
For reporting purposes when charging is performed by the SMF:
the charging key value identifies a service data flow if the charging key value is unique for that particular service data flow, and
if the service identifier level reporting is present then the service identifier value of the PCC rule together with the charging key identify the service data flow.
Charging information shall be reported based on the result from the service data flow detection and measurement on a per PDU Session basis.
A report may contain multiple containers, each container associated with a charging key, charging key and Sponsor Identity (in the case of sponsored connectivity) or charging key/service identifier.
The credit management applies for online charging only and shall operate on a per charging key basis. The SMF should initiate one credit management session with the CHF for each PDU Session subject to online charging.
Independent credit control for an individual service/application may be achieved by assigning a unique charging key value in the corresponding PCC rule.
The SMF shall request a credit for each charging key occurring in a PCC rule. It shall be up to operator configuration whether the SMF shall request credit in conjunction with the PCC rule being activated or when the first packet corresponding to the service is detected. The CHF may either grant or deny the request for credit. The CHF shall strictly control the rating decisions.
The term 'credit' as used here does not imply actual monetary credit, but an abstract measure of resources available to the user. The relationship between this abstract measure, actual money, and actual network resources or data transfer, is controlled by the CHF.
During PDU Session establishment and modification, the SMF shall request credit using the information after applying policy enforcement action (e.g. upgraded or downgraded QoS information), if applicable, even though the SMF has not signalled this information to the AMF or RAN.
Some of the re-authorization triggers are related to PDU Session modifications. PDU Session modifications, which do not match any credit re-authorization trigger (received from the CHF) shall not cause any credit re-authorization interaction with the CHF.
Policy Control Request Trigger
Difference compared with table 6.2 and table A.4.3-2 in TS 23.203
Conditions for reporting
The UE has moved to another operators' domain.
The QoS parameters of the QoS Flow has changed.
Only applicable when binding of bearers was done in PCRF.
QoS change exceeding authorization
The QoS parameters of the QoS Flow has changed and exceeds the authorized QoS.
Only applicable when binding of bearers was done in PCRF.
Traffic mapping information change
The traffic mapping information of the QoS profile has changed.
Only applicable when binding of bearers was done in PCRF.
Resource modification request
A request for resource modification has been received by the SMF.
SMF always reports to PCF
Routing information change
The IP flow mobility routing information has changed (when IP flow mobility as specified in TS 23.261
applies) or the PCEF has received Routing Rules from the UE (when NBIFOM as specified in TS 23.161
Change in Access Type (NOTE 8)
The Access Type and, if applicable, the RAT Type of the PDU Session has changed.
EPS fallback is initiated
Loss/recovery of transmission resources
The Access type transmission resources are no longer usable/again usable.
Location change (serving cell) (NOTE 6)
The serving cell of the UE has changed.
Location change (serving area) (NOTE 2)
The serving area of the UE has changed.
Location change (serving CN node) (NOTE 3)
The serving core network node of the UE has changed.
Change of UE presence in Presence Reporting Area (see NOTE 1)
The UE is entering/leaving a Presence Reporting Area.
Only applicable to PCF
Out of credit
Credit is no longer available.
Reallocation of credit
Credit has been reallocated after the former out of credit indication.
Enforced PCC rule request
SMF is performing a PCC rules request as instructed by the PCF.
Enforced ADC rule request
TDF is performing an ADC rules request as instructed by the PCRF.
ADC Rules are not applicable.
UE IP address change
A UE IP address has been allocated/released.
SMF always reports allocated or released UE IP addresses
UE MAC address change
A new UE MAC address is detected or a used UE MAC address is inactive for a specific period.
Access Network Charging Correlation Information
Access Network Charging Correlation Information has been assigned.
Usage report (NOTE 4)
The PDU Session or the Monitoring key specific resources consumed by a UE either reached the threshold or needs to be reported for other reasons.
Start of application traffic detection and Stop of application traffic detection (NOTE 5)
The start or the stop of application traffic has been detected.
SRVCC CS to PS handover
A CS to PS handover has been detected.
Access Network Information report
Access information as specified in the Access Network Information Reporting part of a PCC rule.
Credit management session failure
Transient/Permanent failure as specified by the CHF.
Addition / removal of an access to an IP-CAN session
The PCEF reports when an access is added or removed.
Change of usability of an access
The PCEF reports that an access becomes unusable or usable again.
3GPP PS Data Off status change
The SMF reports when the 3GPP PS Data Off status changes.
SMF always reports to PCF
Session AMBR change
The Session AMBR has changed.
SMF always reports to PCF
Default QoS change
The subscribed QoS has changed.
SMF always reports to PCF
Removal of PCC rule
The SMF reports when the PCC rule is removed.
SMF always reports to PCF
GFBR of the QoS Flow can no longer (or can again) be guaranteed
The SMF notifies the PCF when receiving notifications from RAN that GFBR of the QoS Flow can no longer (or can again) be guaranteed.
UE resumed from suspend state
The SMF reports to the PCF when it detects that the UE is resumed from suspend state.
Only applicable to EPC IWK
Change of DN Authorization Profile Index
The DN Authorization Profile Index received from DN-AAA has changed.
SMF always reports to PCF
5GS Bridge information available (NOTE 7)
SMF has detected new 5GS Bridge information, which may contain, Bridge address, UE-DS-TT residence time and one or more Ethernet ports (port number and MAC address).
QoS Monitoring for URLLC
The SMF notifies the PCF of the QoS Monitoring information (e.g. UL packet delay, DL packet delay or round trip packet delay).
The maximum number of PRA(s) per UE per PDU Session is configured in the PCF. The PCF may have independent configuration of the maximum number for Core Network pre-configured PRAs and UE-dedicated PRAs. The exact number(s) should be determined by operator in deployment.
This trigger reports change of Tracking Area in both 5GS and EPC interworking.
This trigger reports change of AMF in 5GC, change between ePDG and Serving GW in EPC, change between Serving GWs in EPC, or change between EPC and 5GC. In HR roaming case, if the AMF change is unknown by the H-SMF, then the AMF change is not reported.
Usage is defined as either volume or time of user plane traffic.
The start and stop of application traffic detection are separate event triggers, but received under the same subscription from the PCF.
This trigger reports change of serving cell for EPC interworking.
UE-DS-TT Residence Time is only provided if a DS-TT port is detected.
For MA PDU Session this trigger reports the current used Access Type(s) and RAT type(s) upon any change of Access Type and RAT type.
In the following description of the access independent Policy Control Request Triggers relevant for SMF, the term trigger is used instead of Policy Control Request Trigger where appropriate.
When the EPS Fallback trigger is armed by the PCF, the SMF shall report the event to the PCF when a QoS Flow with 5QI=1 is rejected due to EPS Fallback.
When the Location change trigger is armed, the SMF shall subscribe to the AMF for reports on changes in location to the level indicated by the trigger. If credit-authorization triggers and Policy Control Request Triggers require different levels of reporting of location change for a single UE, the location to be reported should be changed to the highest level of detail required. However, there should be no request being triggered for PCC rules update to the PCF if the report received is more detailed than requested by the PCF.
The access network may be configured to report location changes only when transmission resources are established in the radio access network.
The Resource modification request trigger shall trigger the PCF interaction for all resource modification requests not tied to a specific QoS Flow received by SMF. The resource modification request received by SMF may include request for guaranteed bit rate changes for a traffic aggregate and/or the association/disassociation of the traffic aggregate with a 5QI and/or a modification of the traffic aggregate.
The enforced PCC rule request trigger shall trigger a SMF interaction to request PCC rules from the PCF for an established PDU Session. This SMF interaction shall take place within the Revalidation time limit set by the PCF in the PDU Session related policy information. The SMF reports that the enforced PCC rule request trigger was met and the enforced PCC Rules.
The enforced PCC rule request trigger can be used to avoid signalling overload situations e.g. due to time of day based PCC rule changes.
The UE IP address change trigger shall trigger a SMF interaction with the PCF if a UE IP address is allocated or released during the lifetime of the PDU session. The SMF reports that the UE IP address change trigger was met and the new or released UE IP address.
The UE MAC address change trigger shall trigger a SMF interaction with the PCF if a new UE MAC address is detected or a used UE MAC address is inactive for a specific period during the lifetime of the Ethernet type PDU Session. The SMF reports that the UE MAC address change trigger was met and the new or released UE MAC address.
The SMF instructs the UPF to detect new UE MAC addresses or used UE MAC address is inactive for a specific period as described in TS 23.501
The Access Network Charging Correlation Information trigger shall trigger the SMF to report the assigned access network charging identifier for the PCC rules that are accompanied with a request for this trigger at activation. The SMF reports that the Access Network Charging Correlation Information trigger was met and the Access Network Charging Correlation Information.
If the Usage report trigger is set and the volume or the time thresholds, earlier provided by the PCF, are reached, the SMF shall report this situation to the PCF. If both volume and time thresholds were provided and the thresholds, for one of the measurements, are reached, the SMF shall report this situation to the PCF and the accumulated usage since last report shall be reported for both measurements.
The management of the Presence Reporting Area (PRA) functionality enables the PCF to subscribe to reporting change of UE presence in a particular Presence Reporting Area.
PCF decides whether to subscribe to AMF or to SMF for those triggers that are present in both tables 126.96.36.199-2 and 188.8.131.52-1. If the Change of UE presence in Presence Reporting Area trigger is available on both AMF and SMF, PCF should not subscribe to both AMF and SMF simultaneously.
Upon every interaction with the SMF, the PCF may activate / deactivate reporting changes of UE presence in Presence Reporting Area by setting / unsetting the corresponding trigger by providing the PRA Identifier(s) and additionally the list(s) of elements comprising the Presence Reporting Area for UE-dedicated Presence Reporting Area(s).
The SMF shall subscribe to the UE Location Change notification from the AMF by providing an area of interest containing the PRA Identifier(s) and additionally the list(s) of elements provided by the PCF as specified in TS 23.501, clause 5.6.11
and TS 23.502, clause 184.108.40.206.1
When the Change of UE presence in Presence Reporting Area trigger is armed, i.e. when the PCF subscribes to reporting change of UE presence in a particular Presence Reporting Area and the reporting change of UE presence in this Presence Reporting Area was not activated before, the SMF subscribes to the UE mobility event notification service provided by the AMF for reporting of UE presence in Area of Interest which reports when the UE enters or leaves a Presence Reporting Area (an initial report is received when the PDU Session specific procedure is activated). The SMF reports the PRA Identifier(s) and indication(s) whether the UE is inside or outside the Presence Reporting Area(s), and indication(s) if the corresponding Presence Reporting Area(s) is set to inactive by the AMF to the PCF.
The serving node (i.e. AMF in 5GC or MME in EPC/EUTRAN) can activate the reporting for the PRAs which are inactive as described in the TS 23.501
When PCF modifies the list of PRA id(s) to change of UE presence in Presence Reporting Area for a particular Presence Reporting Area(s), the SMF removes or adds the PRA id(s) provided in the UE mobility event notification service provided by AMF for reporting of UE presence in Area Of Interest. When the PCF unsubscribes to reporting change of UE presence in Presence reporting Area, the SMF unsubscribes to the UE mobility event notification service provided by AMF for reporting of UE presence in Area Of Interest, unless subscriptions to AMF remains due to other triggers.
The SMF stores PCF subscription to reporting for changes of UE presence in Presence Reporting Area and notifies the PCF with the PRA Identifier(s) and indication(s) whether the UE is inside or outside the Presence Reporting Area(s) based on UE location change notification in area of interest received from the serving node according to the corresponding subscription.
The SMF can also be triggered by the CHF to subscribe to notification of UE presence in PRA from the AMF, and notifies the CHF when receiving reporting of UE presence in PRA from the AMF, referring to TS 32.291
If PCF is configured with a PRA identifier referring to the list of PRA Identifier(s) within a Set of Core Network predefined Presence Reporting Areas as defined in TS 23.501
, it activates the reporting of UE entering/leaving each individual PRA in the Set of Core Network predefined Presence Reporting Areas, without providing the complete set of individual PRAs.
When a PRA set identified by a PRA Identifier was subscribed to report changes of UE presence in Presence Reporting Area by the PCF, the SMF additionally receives the PRA Identifier of the PRA set from the AMF, along with the individual PRA Identifier(s) belonging to the PRA set and indication(s) of whether the UE is inside or outside the individual Presence Reporting Area(s), as described in TS 23.501
When the Out of credit detection trigger is set, the SMF shall inform the PCF about the PCC rules for which credit is no longer available together with the applied termination action.
When the Reallocation of credit detection trigger is set, the SMF shall inform the PCF about the PCC rules for which credit has been reallocated after credit was no longer available and the termination action was applied.
The Start of application traffic detection and Stop of application traffic detection triggers shall trigger an interaction with PCF once the requested application traffic is detected (i.e. Start of application traffic detection) or the end of the requested application traffic is detected (i.e. Stop of application traffic detection) unless it is requested within a specific PCC Rule to mute such interaction for solicited application reporting or unconditionally in the case of unsolicited application reporting. The application identifier and service data flow descriptions, if deducible, shall also be included in the report. An application instance identifier shall be included in the report both for Start and for Stop of application traffic detection when service data flow descriptions are deducible. This is done to unambiguously match the Start and the Stop events.
At PCC rule activation, modification and deactivation the SMF shall send, as specified in the PCC rule, the User Location Report and/or UE Timezone Report to the PCF.
At PCC rule deactivation the User Location Report includes information on when the UE was last known to be in that location.
The PCF shall send the User Location Report and/or UE Timezone Report to the AF upon receiving an Access Network Information report corresponding to the AF session from the SMF.
If the trigger for Access Network Information reporting is set, the SMF shall check the need for access network information reporting after successful installation/modification or removal of a PCC rule or upon termination of the PDU Session. The SMF shall check the Access Network Information report parameters (User Location Report, UE Timezone Report) of the PCC rules and report the access network information to the PCF. The SMF shall not report any subsequent access network information updates received from the PDU Session without any previous updates of related PCC rule unless the associated QoS Flow or PDU Session has been released.
If the SMF receives a request to install/modify or remove a PCC rule with Access Network Information report parameters (User Location Report, UE Timezone Report) set the SMF shall initiate a PDU Session modification to retrieve the current access network information of the UE and forward it to the PCF afterwards.
If the Access Network Information report parameter for the User Location Report is set and the user location (e.g. cell) is not available to the SMF, the SMF shall provide the serving PLMN identifier to the PCF which shall forward it to the AF.
The Credit management session failure trigger shall trigger a SMF interaction with the PCF to inform about a credit management session failure and to indicate the failure reason, and the affected PCC rules.
As a result, the PCF may decide about e.g. PDU Session termination, perform gating of services, switch to offline charging, change rating group, etc.
The Credit management session failure trigger applies to situations wherein the PDU Session is not terminated by the SMF due to the credit management session failure.
The default QoS change triggers shall trigger the PCF interaction for all changes in the default QoS data received in SMF from the UDM.
The Session AMBR change trigger shall trigger the SMF to provide the Session AMBR to the PCF containing the DN authorised Session AMBR if received from the DN-AAA, or the Subscribed Session AMBR received from the UDM as described in clause 5.6.6 of TS 23.501
The default QoS change trigger reports a change in the default 5QI/ARP retrieved by SMF from UDM, as explained in clause 220.127.116.11 of TS 23.501
If the PCC Rules bound to a QoS Flow are removed when the corresponding QoS Flow is removed or the PCC rules are failed to be enforced, the SMF shall report this situation to the PCF. The PCF may then provide the same or updated PCC rules for the established PDU Session.
If the GFBR of the QoS Flow can no longer (or can again) be guaranteed trigger is armed, the SMF shall check the need for reporting to the PCF when the SMF receives an explicit notification from (R)AN indicating that GFBR of the QoS Flow can no longer (or can again) be guaranteed or when the condition described in TS 23.501, clause 18.104.22.168
is met during the handover. The SMF shall report that GFBR of the QoS Flow can no longer (or can again) be guaranteed accordingly to the PCF for those PCC rules which are bound to the affected QoS Flow and have the QoS Notification Control (QNC) parameter set. If additional information is received with the notification from (R)AN (see clause 22.214.171.124 of TS 23.501
), the SMF shall forward it to the PCF.
In an interworking scenario between 5GS and EPC/E-UTRAN, as explained in the TS 23.501, clause 4.3
, the PCF may subscribe via the SMF also to the Policy Control Request Triggers described in clause 126.96.36.199
when the UE is served by the EPC/E-UTRAN.
The change of DN Authorization Profile Index shall trigger a SMF interaction to send DN Authorization Profile Index to retrieve a list of PCC Rules (as defined in clause 6.3
) and/or PDU Session related policy (as defined in clause 6.4
) for an established PDU Session.
If the trigger for 5GS bridge information available is armed, the SMF shall report the 5GS bridge information when the SMF has determined or updated the 5GS bridge information, e.g. when SMF has detected an Ethernet port which supports exchange of Ethernet Port Management Information Containers. If a new manageable Ethernet port is detected, the SMF provides the port number and optionally MAC address of the related port of the related PDU Session to the PCF. If the SMF has received UE-DS-TT Residence Time then the SMF also provides UE-DS-TT Residence Time to the PCF.
When the QoS Monitoring for URLLC trigger is set, the SMF shall indicate the RAN and the UPF to perform the measurement of the QoS parameters based on the PCC rule information for QoS Monitoring as defined in clause 188.8.131.52 of TS 23.502
. Upon receiving the QoS Monitoring report from the UPF, the SMF sends the measurement report to the PCF. If the AF has subscribed to be notified of the QoS Monitoring information, the PCF further sends the QoS Monitoring report to the AF, as defined in the clause 184.108.40.206