For the purposes of the present document, the terms and definitions given in TR 21.905
and the following apply. A term defined in the present document takes precedence over the definition of the same term, if any, in TR 21.905
Refers to the HNB and HeNB NEs as defined by 3GPP. The HNB GW is always required for the HNB architecture while the HeNB GW is option for the HeNB.
UE local IP address is defined as:
either the public IP address assigned to the UE by the BBF domain in the no-NAT case, or the public IP address assigned by the BBF domain to the NATed RG that is used for this UE.
H(e)NB local IP address is defined as:
either the public IP address assigned to the H(e)NB by the BBF domain in the no-NAT case, or the public IP address assigned by the BBF domain to the NATed RG that is used for this H(e)NB.
Non-seamless WLAN offload (NS WLAN-offload):
is a capability of a UE supporting routing specific IP flows over the WLAN access without traversing the EPC as defined in clause 4.1.5 of TS 23.402
User plane traffic that is routed via a PDN GW in EPC as part of a PDN Connection. EPC-routed applies to non-roaming, roaming with traffic home-routed and roaming with traffic local break-out cases.
Fixed Access session:
is an abstraction for the connectivity service in BBF network which is related to one fixed network subscriber, irrespective of access type (e.g. IPoE Subscriber Line session, PPPoE session, IP session) or access technology (e.g. copper or fiber). The session can be created and removed dynamically as example, but not limited to, at power on of RG, when a BBF device starts a PPPoE session, A BBF device may have multiple sessions in series or in parallel if the BBF network supports that.
Default QoS for fixed access session:
is defined as QoS rules which apply to the entire traffic of a fixed access session. Default QoS is installed during session setup and may be modified during the lifetime of fixed access session.
Access Line Identifier is defined as:
the identifier of the Line composed by couple Logical Access ID and Physical Access ID.
Logical Access ID:
contains a Circuit ID (as defined in RFC 3046). The Logical Access ID may explicitly contain the identity of the Virtual Path and Virtual Channel carrying the traffic.
Physical Access ID:
Identifies the physical access to which the user equipment is connected. Includes a port identifier and the identity of the access node where the port resides.
For the purposes of the present document, the abbreviations given in TR 21.905
and the following apply. An abbreviation defined in the present document takes precedence over the definition of the same abbreviation, if any, in TR 21.905
Access Network Discovery and Selection Function
Broadband Remote Access Server
Broadband Network Gateway
Broadband Policy Control Function
Evolved Packet Core
Evolved Packet Data Gateway
Evolved Packet System
Mobility Management Entity
Proxy Mobile IP version 6