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10.1.30  Signalling connection status +CSCON |R10|Word‑p. 301

Command Possible response(s)
+CSCON=[<n>] +CME ERROR: <err>
+CSCON? +CSCON: <n>,<mode>[,<state>[,<access>]]
[<CR><LF>+CSCON: <n>,<mode>[,<state>[,<access>[,<coreNetwork>]]]
[...]] +CME ERROR: <err>
+CSCON=? +CSCON: (list of supported <n>s)
Description
The set command controls the presentation of an unsolicited result code +CSCON. If <n>=1, +CSCON: <mode> is sent from the MT when the connection mode of the MT is changed. If <n>=2 and there is a state within the current mode, +CSCON: <mode>[,<state>] is sent from the MT when the connection mode or state information of the MT is changed. If <n>=3, +CSCON: <mode>[,<state>[,<access>]] is sent from the MT when the connection mode, state or access information of the MT is changed. If <n>=4, +CSCON: <mode>[,<state>[,<access>[,<coreNetwork>]]] is sent from the MT. If setting fails, an MT error, +CME ERROR: <err> is returned. Refer clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
When the MT is in UTRAN, E-UTRAN or NG-RAN, the <mode> refers to idle when no PS signalling connection between UE and network is setup and to connected mode when a PS signalling connection between UE and network is setup. When the UE is in GERAN, the mode refers to idle when the MT is in either the IDLE state or the STANDBY state and to connected mode when the MT is in READY state.
The <state> indicates the state of the MT when the MT is in GERAN, UTRAN connected mode, E-UTRAN or NG-RAN.
The <access> indicates the current radio access type of the MT when the MT is in GERAN, UTRAN, E-UTRAN or NG-RAN.
The <coreNetwork> indicates the core network type the MT is connected to when the MT is in E-UTRAN or NG-RAN.
The read command returns the status of result code presentation and an integer <mode> which shows whether the MT is currently in idle mode or connected mode. State information <state> is returned only when <n>=2. Radio access type information <access> is returned only when <n>=3. Core network type information <coreNetwork> is returned only when <n>=4.For Multi-RAT Dual Connectivity (MR-DC) architecture (see TS 37.340), information is presented for the master RAT followed by optionally, information for each of the secondary RATs on a separate line.
Test command returns supported values as a compound value.
Defined values
<n>
integer type
0 (default)
disable unsolicited result code
1
enable unsolicited result code +CSCON: <mode>
2
enable unsolicited result code +CSCON: <mode>[,<state>]
3
enable unsolicited result code +CSCON: <mode>[,<state>[,<access>]]
4
enable unsolicited result code +CSCON: <mode>[,<state>[,<access>[,<coreNetwork>]]]
<mode>
integer type; indicates the signalling connection status
0
idle
1
connected
<state>
integer type; indicates the CS or PS state while in GERAN and the RRC state information if the MT is in connected mode while in UTRAN, E-UTRAN and NG-RAN.
0
UTRAN URA_PCH state
1
UTRAN Cell_PCH state
2
UTRAN Cell_FACH state
3
UTRAN Cell_DCH state
4
GERAN CS connected state
5
GERAN PS connected state
6
GERAN CS and PS connected state
7
E-UTRAN connected state
8
NG-RAN connected state
9
NG-RAN inactive state (see TS 38.331).
<access>
integer type; indicates the current radio access type.
0
Indicates usage of radio access of type GERAN, see TS 45.001.
1
Indicates usage of radio access of type UTRAN TDD, see TS 25.212.
2
Indicates usage of radio access of type UTRAN FDD, see TS 25.212.
3
Indicates usage of radio access of type E-UTRA TDD, see TS 36.300.
4
Indicates usage of radio access of type E-UTRA FDD, see TS 36.300.
5
Indicates usage of radio access of type NR, see TS 38.300.
<coreNetwork>
integer type; indicates the core network type the UE is connected to.
0
Indicates MT is connected to EPC, see TS 23.401.
1
Indicates MT is connected to 5GCN, see TS 23.501.
Implementation
Optional.
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10.1.31  Define PDP context authentication parameters +CGAUTH |R11|Word‑p. 303

Command Possible response(s)
+CGAUTH=<cid>[,<auth_prot>[,<userid>[,<password>]]] +CME ERROR: <err>
+CGAUTH?[+CGAUTH: <cid>,<auth_prot>,<userid>,<password>]
[<CR><LF>+CGAUTH: <cid>,<auth_prot>,<userid>,<password>
[...]]
+CGAUTH=? +CGAUTH: (range of supported <cid>s),(list of supported <auth_prot>s),(range of supported <userid>s),(range of supported <password>s)
Description
Set command allows the TE to specify authentication parameters for a PDP context identified by the (local) context identification parameter <cid> used during the PDP context activation and the PDP context modification procedures. Since the <cid> is the same parameter that is used in the +CGDCONT and +CGDSCONT commands, +CGAUTH is effectively as an extension to these commands. Refer clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
A special form of the set command, +CGAUTH=<cid> causes the authentication parameters for context number <cid> to become undefined.
The read command returns the current settings for each defined context.
The test command returns values supported as compound values.
Defined values
<cid>
integer type. Specifies a particular PDP context definition (see the +CGDCONT and +CGDSCONT commands).
<auth_prot>: integer type. Authentication protocol used for this PDP context.
0 (default)
None. Used to indicate that no authentication protocol is used for this PDP context. Username and password are removed if previously specified.
1
PAP
2
CHAP
<userid>
String type. User name for access to the IP network.
<password>
String type. Password for access to the IP network.
Implementation
Optional.
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10.1.32  Initial PDP context activation +CIPCA |R11|Word‑p. 304

Command Possible response(s)
+CIPCA=[<n>[,<AttachWithoutPDN>]]
+CIPCA? +CIPCA: <n>[,<AttachWithoutPDN>]
+CIPCA=? +CIPCA: (list of supported <n>s),(list of supported <AttachWithoutPDN>s)
Description
The set command controls whether an initial PDP context (see clause 10.1.0) shall be established automatically following an attach procedure when the UE is attached to GERAN or UTRAN RATs and whether the UE is attached to E-UTRAN with or without a PDN connection.
For 5GS, the command controls whether an initial PDU session shall be established automatically following initial registration.
For <n>≠0, deactivating the last (active) PDP context can lead to a (re)establishment of the initial PDP context. Changing setting of <n> from 0 to 1 will cause an immediate attempt to (re)establish the initial PDP context if no PDP context is active. Changing <n> from 0 to 2 will if not roaming cause an immediate attempt to (re)establish the initial PDP context if no other PDP context is active. The value of <n>=3 applies to E-UTRAN or NG-RAN RATs and does not change the setting of PDP context activation in GERAN or UTRAN RATs. Changing <n> will never cause a PDP context deactivation.
For <AttachWithoutPDN>=1, the EPS Attach is performed without a PDN connection.
The read command returns the current setting of the command.
The test command returns values supported as a compound value.
Defined values
<n>
integer type. Activation of PDP context upon attach.
0 (default)
Do not activate
1
Always activate
2
Activate when not roaming
3
No change in current setting
<AttachWithoutPDN>
integer type. EPS Attach with or without PDN connection.
0 (default)
EPS Attach with PDN connection
1
EPS Attach without PDN connection
Implementation
Optional.
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10.1.33  No more PS data +CNMPSD |R11|Word‑p. 305

Command Possible response(s)
+CNMPSD
+CNMPSD=?
Description
This command indicates that no application is expected to exchange data.
When in UTRAN, if further conditions defined in TS 25.331 are met, this can cause transmission of a SIGNALLING CONNECTION RELEASE INDICATION message with the cause "UE Requested PS Data session end".
When in E-UTRAN or E-UTRA connected to a 5GCN (see NOTE 2), if further conditions defined in TS 36.331 are met, this can cause transmission of a UEAssistanceInformation message with powerPrefIndication set to "lowPowerConsumption" to the network. For BL UEs or NB-IoT UEs, if further conditions defined in TS 36.321 and TS 36.331 are met, this can cause triggering of the Release Assistance Indication.
When in NR, if further conditions defined in TS 38.331 are met, this can cause transmission to the network of a UEAssistanceInformation message including releasePreference with preferredRRC-State to transition out of RRC_CONNECTED state.
This command may be used in both normal and modem compatibility modes.
Implementation
Optional.
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10.1.34  UE's usage setting for EPS and 5GS +CEUS |R11|Word‑p. 305

Command Possible response(s)
+CEUS=[<setting>]
+CEUS? +CEUS: <setting>
+CEUS=? +CEUS: (list of supported <setting>s)
Description
The set command is used to set the MT to operate according to the specified UE's usage setting for EPS (see TS 24.301) and 5GS (see TS 24.501). A UE that supports both S1 mode and N1 mode has a single UE's usage setting which applies to both EPS and 5GS.
The read command returns the usage setting set by the TE.
The test command is used for requesting information on the supported MT setting(s) as a compound value.
Defined values
<setting>
integer type; indicates the usage setting of the UE. The default value is manufacturer specific.
0
voice centric
1
data centric
Implementation
Optional.
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10.1.35  UE's voice domain preference E-UTRAN +CEVDP |R11|Word‑p. 306

Command Possible response(s)
+CEVDP=[<setting>]
+CEVDP? +CEVDP: <setting>
+CEVDP=? +CEVDP: (list of supported <setting>s)
Description
The set command is used to set the MT to operate according to the specified voice domain preference for E-UTRAN.
The read command returns the setting, independent of the current serving cell capability and independent of the current serving cell's access technology.
Test command returns supported values as a compound value.
Defined values
<setting>
integer type; indicates the voice domain preference of the UE. The default value is manufacturer specific.
1
CS Voice only
2
CS Voice preferred, IMS PS Voice as secondary
3
IMS PS Voice preferred, CS Voice as secondary
4
IMS PS Voice only
Implementation
Optional.
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10.1.36  UE's voice domain preference UTRAN +CVDP |R11|Word‑p. 306

Command Possible response(s)
+CVDP=[<setting>]
+CVDP? +CVDP: <setting>
+CVDP=? +CVDP: (list of supported <setting>s)
Description
The set command is used to set the MT to operate according to the specified voice domain preference for UTRAN.
The read command returns the setting, independent of the current serving cell capability and independent of the current serving cell's access technology.
Test command returns supported values as a compound value.
Defined values
<setting>
integer type; indicates the voice domain preference of the UE. The default value is manufacturer specific.
1
CS Voice only
2
CS Voice preferred, IMS PS Voice as secondary
3
IMS PS Voice preferred, CS Voice as secondary
Implementation
Optional.
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10.1.37  UE's mobility management IMS voice termination +CMMIVT |R11|Word‑p. 307

Command Possible response(s)
+CMMIVT=[<setting>]
+CMMIVT? +CMMIVT: <setting>
+CMMIVT=? +CMMIVT: (list of supported <setting>s)
Description
The set command is used to set the MT to perfom additional procedures as specified in TS 24.008 and TS 24.301 to support terminating access domain selection by the network.
The read command returns the setting, independent of the current serving cell capability and independent of the current serving cell's access technology.
Test command returns supported values as a compound value.
Defined values
<setting>
integer type; indicates the mobility management IMS voice termination preference of the UE. The default value is manufacturer specific.
1
Mobility Management for IMS Voice Termination disabled
2
Mobility Management for IMS Voice Termination enabled
Implementation
Optional.
This command is only applicable to UEs in GERAN, UTRAN and E-UTRAN.
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10.1.38  Power preference indication for EPS and 5GS +CEPPI |R11|Word‑p. 308

Command Possible response(s)
+CEPPI=<power preference>
+CEPPI=? +CEPPI: (list of supported <power preference>s)
Description
This command indicates whether the MT prefers a configuration primarily optimised for power saving or not.
When in E-UTRAN or E-UTRA connected to a 5GCN (see NOTE), if further conditions defined in TS 36.331 are met, this can cause transmission of a UEAssistanceInformation message with powerPrefIndication set to <power preference> to the network.
Test command returns the values supported as a compound value.
Defined values
<power preference>: integer type; indicates the power consumption preference of the MT.
0
normal
1
low power consumption
Implementation
Optional.
This command is not applicable to UEs camped on NR in this release of the specification.
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10.1.39  WLAN offload assistance data +CWLANOLAD |R13|Word‑p. 308

Command Possible response(s)
+CWLANOLAD=[<n>] +CME ERROR: <err>
+CWLANOLAD? +CWLANOLAD: <n>[,<threshRSCPLow>,<threshRSCPHigh>[,<threshEcnoLow>,<threshEcnoHigh>[,<threshRSRPLow>,<threshRSRPHigh>[,<threshRSRQLow>,<threshRSRQHigh>[,<threshChUtilLow>,<threshChUtilHigh>[,<threshBackhRateDLLow>,<threshBackhRateDLHigh>[,<threshBackhRateULLow>,<threshBackhRateULHigh>[,<threshBeaconRSSILow>,<threshBeaconRSSIHigh>[,<opi>[,<tSteering>[,<WLANIdentifierListLength>[,<ssid_1>,<bssid_1>,<hessid_1>][,<ssid_2>,<bssid_2>,<hessid_2>][,...…]]]]]]]]]]]]
+CWLANOLAD=? +CWLANOLAD: (list of supported <n>s),(list of supported <threshRSCPLow>s),(list of supported <threshRSCPHigh>s),(list of supported <threshEcnoLow>s),(list of supported <threshEcnoHigh>s),(list of supported <threshRSRPLow>s),(list of supported <threshRSRPHigh>s),(list of supported <threshRSRQLow>s),(list of supported <threshRSRQHigh>s),(list of supported <threshChUtilLow>s),(list of supported <threshChUtilHigh>s),(list of supported <threshBackhRateDLLow>s),(list of supported <threshBackhRateDLHigh>s),(list of supported <threshBackhRateULLow>s),(list of supported <threshBackhRateULHigh>s),(list of supported <threshBeaconRSSILow>s),(list of supported <threshBeaconRSSIHigh>s),(list of supported <tSteering>s),(list of supported <WLANIdentifierListLength>s)
Description
Set command enables or disables the WLAN offload assistance data reporting. If reporting is enabled by <n>=1, the MT returns the following unsolicited result code from MT to TE whenever the WLAN offload assistance data changes at the MT:
+CWLANOLADI: [,<threshRSCPLow>,<threshRSCPHigh>[,<threshEcnoLow>,<threshEcnoHigh>[,<threshRSRPLow>,<threshRSRPHigh>[,<threshRSRQLow>,<threshRSRQHigh>[,<threshChUtilLow>,<threshChUtilHigh>[,<threshBackhRateDLLow>,<threshBackhRateDLHigh>[,<threshBackhRateULLow>,<threshBackhRateULHigh>[,<threshBeaconRSSILow>,<threshBeaconRSSIHigh>[,<opi>[,<tSteering>[,<WLANIdentifierListLength>[,<ssid_1>,<bssid_1>,<hessid_1>][,<ssid_2>,<bssid_2>,<hessid_2>][,...]]]]]]]]]]]]
Refer IE WLAN-OffloadConfig in TS 36.331, clause 6.3.6.
If a setting is not supported by the MT, +CME ERROR: <err> is returned. Refer clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
Read command returns the current status of <n> and the WLAN offload assistance data currently available at the MT.
Test command returns the values supported by MT as compound values.
Defined values
<n>
integer type
0 (default)
disable WLAN offload assistance data unsolicited result code
1
enable WLAN offload assistance data unsolicited result code +CWLANOLADI
<threshRSCPLow>
integer type; indicates the threshold for received signal code power for offloading traffic from UTRAN to WLAN. Refer parameter <rscp> in clause 8.69.
<threshRSCPHigh>
integer type; indicates the threshold for received signal code power for offloading traffic from WLAN to UTRAN. Refer parameter <rscp> in clause 8.69.
<threshEcnoLow>
integer type; indicates the threshold for ratio of the received energy per PN chip to the total received power spectral density for offloading traffic from UTRAN to WLAN. Refer parameter <ecno> in clause 8.69.
<threshEcnoHigh>
integer type; indicates the threshold for ratio of the received energy per PN chip to the total received power spectral density for offloading traffic from WLAN to UTRAN. Refer parameter <ecno> in clause 8.69.
<threshRSRPLow>
integer type; indicates the threshold for reference signal received power for offloading traffic from E-UTRAN to WLAN. Refer parameter <rsrp> in clause 8.69.
<threshRSRPHigh>
integer type; indicates the threshold for reference signal received power for offloading traffic from WLAN to E-UTRAN. Refer parameter <rsrp> in clause 8.69.
<threshRSRQLow>
integer type; indicates the threshold for reference signal received quality for offloading traffic from E-UTRAN to WLAN. Refer parameter <rsrq> in clause 8.69.
<threshRSRQHigh>
integer type; indicates the threshold for reference signal received quality for offloading traffic from WLAN to E-UTRAN. Refer parameter <rsrq> in clause 8.69.
<threshChUtilLow>
integer type; indicates the low threshold value of WLAN channel utilization (BSS load).obtained from 802.11 (Beacon or Probe Response) signalling, see IEEE 802.11 [152].
<threshChUtilHigh>
integer type; indicates the high threshold value of WLAN channel utilization (BSS load) obtained from 802.11 (Beacon or Probe Response) signalling, see IEEE 802.11 [152].
<threshBackhRateDLLow>
integer type; indicates the low threshold value of backhaul available downlink bandwidth for traffic offloading to UTRAN or E-UTRAN, see Hotspot 2.0 (Release 2) Technical Specification [151].
<threshBackhRateDLHigh>
integer type; indicates the high threshold value of backhaul available downlink bandwidth for traffic offloading to WLAN, see Hotspot 2.0 (Release 2) Technical Specification [151].
<threshBackhRateULLow>
integer type; indicates the low threshold value of backhaul available uplink bandwidth for traffic offloading to UTRAN or E-UTRAN, see Hotspot 2.0 (Release 2) Technical Specification [151].
<threshBackhRateDLHigh>
integer type; indicates the high threshold value of backhaul available uplink bandwidth for traffic offloading to WLAN. Refer to Hotspot 2.0 (Release 2) Technical Specification [151].
<threshBeaconRSSILow>
integer type; indicates the low threshold value of beaon RSSI used for traffic offloading to UTRAN or E-UTRAN see IEEE 802.11 [152].
<threshBeaconRSSIHigh>
integer type; indicates the high threshold value of beaon RSSI used for traffic offloading to WLAN, see IEEE 802.11 [152].
<opi>
integer type;A 16-bit integer formatted as a bitmap that specifies the Offload Preference Indicator, see TS 24.312
<tSteering>
integer type; indicates the timer value in seconds during which the rules should be fulfilled before starting traffic offloading between E-UTRAN and WLAN.
<WLANIdentifierListLength>
integer type; indicates the number of entries in WLAN identifier list which is a tuple consisting of the <ssid>, the <bssid>and the <hessid> identifiers. If an identifier is not present for a tuple, it will be indicated as an empty string.
<ssid>
string type; indicates the 802.11 Service Set Identifier (SSID), see IEEE 802.11 [152].
<bssid>
string type; indicates the 802.11 Basic Service Set Identifier (BSSID), see IEEE 802.11 [152].
<hessid>
string type; indicates the 802.11 Homogenous Extended Service Set Identifier (HESSID), see IEEE 802.11 [152].
Implementation
Optional.
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