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Content for  TS 24.008  Word version:  18.0.0

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6  Support for packet servicesp. 318

6.1  GPRS Session managementp. 318

6.1.1  Generalp. 318

6.1.2  Session management statesp. 318

6.1.2A  PDP address allocation |R8|p. 323

6.1.3  Session Management proceduresp. 324

6.1.3.0  General |R11|p. 324

6.1.3.1  PDP context activationp. 324

6.1.3.2  Secondary PDP Context Activation Procedurep. 337

6.1.3.3  PDP context modification procedurep. 346

6.1.3.4  PDP context deactivation procedurep. 358

6.1.3.4aVoid

6.1.3.5Void

6.1.3.5a  Notification procedure |R9|p. 362

6.1.3.6  Receiving a SM STATUS message by a SM entityp. 363

6.1.3.7  Protocol configuration options |R5|p. 364

6.1.3.8  MBMS context activation |R6|p. 364

6.1.3.9  MBMS context deactivation |R6|p. 368

6.1.3.10  MBMS protocol configuration options |R6|p. 369

6.1.3.11  Handling of APN based congestion control |R10|p. 369

6.1.3.11A  Handling of group specific session management congestion control |R13|p. 370

6.1.3.12  Handling session management request for MS configured for dual priority |R11|p. 370

6.1.3.13  Handling of network rejection not due to APN based congestion control |R12|p. 371

6.1.3.14  Handling of WLAN offload control |R12|p. 371

6.2Void

6.3  Coordination between SM and GMM for supporting ISR |R8|p. 371

6.4  MSISDN notification procedure |R8|p. 372

7  Examples of structured proceduresp. 372

8  Handling of unknown, unforeseen, and erroneous protocol datap. 372


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