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5  Key Issues

6  Solutions

6.0  Mapping Solutions to Key Issues

6.1  Solution #1: Indicating to the UE, via non-3GPP access, the applicability of a disaster condition to the 3GPP access of the same PLMNWord‑p. 20

6.2  Solution #2: Notification of Disaster Condition to the UE via Non-3GPP Access

6.3  Solution #3: Notification of Disaster Condition to the UE by RAN sharing

6.4  Solution #4: Disaster condition information delivered to UE via broadcast

6.5  Solution #5Word‑p. 28

6.6  Solution #6: O&M-based solution for Key Issue #2

6.7  Solution #7Word‑p. 30

6.8  Solution #8

6.9  Solution #9: Notification of applicability on Disaster Condition to PLMNs without Disaster Condition by RAN sharing

6.10  Solution #10: Indication of accessibility from other PLMNs without Disaster Condition to the UE by RAN sharing

6.11  Solution #11: DRS-supported PLMN list

6.12  Solution #12: Broadcast of disaster roaming indication

6.13  Solution #13

6.14  Solution #14

6.15  Solution #15: List if PLMNs to be used while in Disaster condition

6.16  Solution #16: Solution for indication of accessibility from other PLMNs without Disaster Condition to the UE and for prevention of signalling overload in PLMNs without Disaster Condition using Access Identities

6.17  Solution #17: Confining the service area of an inbound disaster roaming UE to the area of the disaster conditionWord‑p. 40

6.18  Solution #18: Registration to the roaming PLMN without Disaster Condition in case of Disaster Condition via shared RAN

6.19  Solution #19

6.20  Solution #20

6.21  Solution #21: Solution for PLMN selection when a "Disaster Condition" applies

6.22  Solution #22: Considerations for PLMN selection when a "Disaster Condition" applies

6.23  Solution #23

6.24  Solution #24

6.25  Solution #25

6.26  Solution #26: PLMN selection base on DRS-Supported PLMN list

6.27  Solution #27: Indicating to the UE, via non-3GPP access, the end of a disaster condition that was applicable to the 3GPP access of the same PLMN

6.28  Solution #28: Solution for notification that Disaster Condition is no longer applicable to the UEs

6.29  Solution #29: O&M-based solution for Key Issue #6Word‑p. 54

6.30  Solution #30: UE-based solution for Key Issue #6

6.31  Solution #31Word‑p. 58

6.32  Solution #32: The quick return to PLMN with Disaster ConditionWord‑p. 59

6.33  Solution #33Word‑p. 60

6.34  Solution #34

6.35  Solution #35: Notification that Disaster Condition is no longer applicable to the UEs by stopping RAN sharing

6.36  Solution #36Word‑p. 62

6.37  Solution #37: Enabling a PLMN without Disaster Condition to efficiently prevent Disaster Inbound Roamers from attempting registration on the PLMN when the PLMN can no longer accept Disaster Inbound Roamers due to congestion

6.38  Solution #38: Prevention of signalling overload via barring factor for Access Identity 3

6.39  Solution #39: Solution for prevention of signalling overload in PLMNs without Disaster Condition by providing disaster roaming assistance information to distribute roamers, and congestion mitigationWord‑p. 64

6.40  Solution #40: Enhancements to UAC barring information to prevent congestion in disaster roaming PLMN

6.41  Recommended PLMN without Disaster Condition

6.42  Solution #42

6.43  Solution #43: List if PLMNs to be used while in Disaster condition

6.44  Solution #44: Staggering of returning UEs trying to register in the PLMN previously with Disaster Condition

6.45  Solution #45: Prevention of signalling overload by returning UEsWord‑p. 71

6.46  Solution #46: Solution for prevention of signalling overload by returning UEs in PLMN previously with Disaster Condition

6.47  Solution #47: Network controlled return of UEs at the end of disaster conditionWord‑p. 73

6.48  Solution #48

6.49  Solution #49: Minimum wait timer

6.50  Solution #50: Providing information to the RAN of PLMN A

6.51  Solution #51: PLMN selection when shared RAN is available in case of disaster condition

6.52  Solution #52: New solution to KI#4: Using the existing mobility restriction list to confine the UE service area in disaster roaming PLMN to the area of the disaster condition

6.53  Solution #53: Staggering of UEs trying to register in the PLMN without Disaster Condition

6.54  Solution #54: Preventing 5GSM-level congestion on a PLMN without a disaster condition

6.55  Solution #55Word‑p. 80

6.56  Solution #56: Solution for manual PLMN selection when a "Disaster Condition" applies

6.57  Solution #57: Registration to PLMN providing Disaster Roaming service and to PLMN with Disaster Condition when no roaming interfaces are in placeWord‑p. 81

6.58  Solution #58: Transitioning to Connected Mode over non-3GPP access by a UE in Idle ModeWord‑p. 84

6.59  Solution #59

6.60  Solution #60: Manual PLMN selection during disaster condition

7  Evaluations

8  Conclusions

$  Change historyWord‑p. 112


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