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TS 24.337 (CT1)
IMS inter-UE Transfer –
Stage 3

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Rapporteur:  Mr. Mayer, Georg

IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem inter-UE transfer (IUT) provides the capability of continuing ongoing communication sessions with multiple media across different user equipments (UEs) under the control of the same or different subscribers, and as part of Service Continuity (SC).
This TS provides the protocol details for enabling IMS inter-UE transfer based on the Session Initiation protocol (SIP) and the Session Description Protocol (SDP).

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1  ScopeWord-p. 10
2  ReferencesWord-p. 10
3  Definitions and abbreviationsWord-p. 13
4  Overview of IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem inter-UE transferWord-p. 13
5  Functional entitiesWord-p. 15
6  Roles for registration in the IM CN subsystem for service continuityWord-p. 15
7  Roles for General CapabilitiesWord-p. 16
8  Roles for call termination for inter UE transferWord-p. 16
9  Roles for UE discovery for inter-UE transferWord-p. 17
10  Roles for inter-UE transfer without establishment of collaborative sessionWord-p. 18
11  Roles for collaborative session establishment for inter-UE transferWord-p. 23
12  Roles for media transfer within collaborative session for inter-UE transferWord-p. 28
13  Roles for release of collaborative session for inter-UE transferWord-p. 31
14  Roles for addition and deletion of media within collaborative session for inter-UE transferWord-p. 32
15  Roles for session discoveryWord-p. 41
16  Roles for collaborative sessions involving participants with different subscriptionsWord-p. 43
17  Roles for establishment of a collaborative session during session setupWord-p. 44
18  Roles for assignment and transfer of control of a collaborative sessionWord-p. 47
19  Roles for media flow transferWord-p. 50
20  Roles for session replication / media replication performed by the SCC ASWord-p. 55
21  Roles for session replication / media replication performed by the remote UEWord-p. 57
22  Roles for collaborative session handling upon loss of collaborative session controlWord-p. 60
23  Roles for collaborative session media modificationWord-p. 62
24  Inter-UE transfer and MMTEL interactionsWord-p. 63
A  Example signalling flowsWord-p. 68
B (Normative)  Media feature tags and feature-capability indicators defined within the current documentWord-p. 248
C  XML schemasWord-p. 250
D (Normative)  SDP Attributes defined within the current documentWord-p. 258
E  Change historyWord-p. 259

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