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10.1.60  Request LADN information +CRLADN |R15|Word‑p. 334

Command Possible response(s)
+CRLADN[=<ladn_dnn>[,<ladn_dnn>[,...]]] +CME ERROR: <err>
+CRLADN: <ladn_information_length>,<ladn_information>
+CRLADN=?
Description
The execution command enables the TE to request LADN information from the network for the specified LADN DNN(s). If the parameter <ladn_dnn> in the execution command is omitted, it indicates a request to the network for LADN information for all LADN(s) available in the current registration area. If <ladn_information_length> has a value of zero and <ladn_information> consists of an empty string, no LADN information is stored on the MT.
The command should be abortable as the LADN information is provided by the network.
Refer clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
Defined values
<ladn_dnn>
string type; included when the TE wants to request LADN information for specific LADN DNN(s). The <ladn_dnn> is encoded as the value part of the DNN information element in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.2.1B. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS.
<ladn_information_length>
integer type; indicates the number of octets of the <ladn_information> information element.
If the value is zero, no LADN information is stored on the MT.
<ladn_information>
string type; indicates the LADN information for one or more LADNs, where each LADN consists of a DNN and a tracking area identity list. The <ladn_information> is encoded as the value part of the LADN information information element in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.3.30, where each DNN is encoded as the value part of the DNN information element in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.2.1B, and each tracking area identity list is encoded as the length and the value part of the 5GS Tracking area identity list information element as specified in clause 9.11.3.9 of TS 24.501. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS.
If the value is an empty string (""), no LADN information is stored on the MT.
Implementation
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10.1.61  LADN information +CLADN |R15|Word‑p. 335

Command Possible response(s)
+CLADN=[<n>] +CME ERROR: <err>
+CLADN? +CLADN: <n>,<ladn_information_length>,<ladn_information>
+CLADN=? +CLADN: (list of supported <n>s)
Description
The set command controls the presentation of LADN information to the TE by an unsolicited result code +CLADNU: <ladn_information_length>,<ladn_information> when there is a change in the LADN information stored at the MT. For each LADN, the LADN information consists of a DNN and a tracking identity list, as specified in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.3.30. If <ladn_information_length> has a value of zero and <ladn_information> consists of an empty string, no LADN information is stored on the MT.
Read command returns <n> which indicates whether reporting of LADN information is enabled or disabled. The read command also returns the current values of <ladn_information_length> and <ladn_information> if available.
Test command returns values supported as a compound value.
Defined values
<n>
integer type.
0 (default)
disable unsolicited result code +CLADNU: <ladn_information_length>,<ladn_information>
1
enable unsolicited result code +CLADNU: <ladn_information_length>,<ladn_information>
<ladn_information_length>
integer type; indicates the number of octets of the <ladn_information> information element.
If the value is zero, no LADN information is stored on the MT.
<ladn_information>
string type in hexadecimal format; indicates the LADN information for one or more LADNs, where each LADN consists of a DNN and a tracking area identity list. The <ladn_information> is encoded as the value part of the LADN information information element in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.3.30, where each DNN is encoded as the value part of the DNN information element in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.2.1B, and each tracking area identity list is encoded as the length and the value part of the 5GS Tracking area identity list information element as specified in clause 9.11.3.9 of TS 24.501. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS.
If the value is an empty string (""), no LADN information is stored on the MT.
Implementation
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10.1.62  5GS NSSAI setting +C5GNSSAI |R15|Word‑p. 336

Command Possible response(s)
+C5GNSSAI=<default_configured_nssai_length>,<default_configured_nssai> +CME ERROR: <err>
+C5GNSSAI? +C5GNSSAI: [<default_configured_nssai_length>,<default_configured_nssai>]
+C5GNSSAI=? +C5GNSSAI: (range of supported <default_configured_nssai_length>s),(range of supported <default_configured_nssai>s)
Description
The set command enables updating the default configured NSSAI stored at the MT (see TS 24.501, clause 4.6.2.2). If <default_configured_nssai_length> has a value of zero and <default_configured_nssai> consists of an empty string, the default configured NSSAI stored at the MT, if any, shall be deleted by the MT. If the MT has previously received a default configured NSSAI from the network via NAS signalling as specified in TS 24.501, the default configured NSSAI stored at the MT is not updated and an error message, +CME ERROR, is returned to TE. Refer clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
The read command returns the current parameter values.
The test command returns the values supported as compound values.
Defined values
<default_configured_nssai_length>
integer type; the Terminal Adaptor (TA) can determine the value by parsing the <default_configured_nssai> parameter.
<default_configured_nssai>
string type in hexadecimal format. Dependent of the form, the string can be separated by dot(s), semicolon(s) and colon(s). This parameter indicates the list of S-NSSAIs included in the default configured NSSAI to be stored by the MT. The <default_configured_nssai> is coded as a list of <S-NSSAI>s separated by colons. Refer parameter <S-NSSAI> in clause 10.1.1. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS.
If the value is an empty string (""), no default configured NSSAI is stored at the MT.
Implementation
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10.1.63  5GS NSSAI read dynamic parameters +C5GNSSAIRDP |R15|Word‑p. 336

Command Possible response(s)
+C5GNSSAIRDP[=<nssai_type>[,<plmn_id>]][+C5GNSSAIRDP: [<default_configured_nssai_length>,<default_configured_nssai>[,<rejected_nssai_3gpp_length>,<rejected_nssai_3gpp>[,<rejected_nssai_non3gpp_length>,<rejected_nssai_non3gpp>]]]
[<CR><LF>+C5GNSSAIRDP: <plmn_id>[,<configured_nssai_length>,<configured_nssai>[,<allowed_nssai_3gpp_length>,<allowed_nssai_3gpp>,<allowed_nssai_non3gpp_length>,<allowed_nssai_non3gpp>]]
[<CR><LF>+C5GNSSAIRDP: <plmn_id>[,<configured_nssai_length>,<configured_nssai>[,<allowed_nssai_3gpp_length>,<allowed_nssai_3gpp>,<allowed_nssai_non3gpp_length>,<allowed_nssai_non3gpp>]] [...]]]]
+C5GNSSAIRDP=? +C5GNSSAIRDP: (list of supported <nssai_type>s),(range of supported <plmn_id>s)
Description
The execution command returns the default configured NSSAI, rejected NSSAI for 3GPP access and rejected NSSAI for non-3GPP access stored at the MT, if any, as well as the configured NSSAI, allowed NSSAI for 3GPP access and allowed NSSAI for non-3GPP access stored at the MT, if any for the PLMN identified by <plmn_id>.
If the parameter <plmn_id> is omitted, the NSSAIs for all PLMNs for which the MT has stored NSSAI information are returned.
The test command returns the values supported as compound values.
Defined values
<nssai_type>
integer type; specifies the type of NSSAI to be returned.
0 (default)
return stored default configured NSSAI only
1
return stored default configured NSSAI and rejected NSSAI
2
return stored default configured NSSAI, rejected NSSAI and configured NSSAI
3
return stored default configured NSSAI, rejected NSSAI, configured NSSAI and allowed NSSAI
<plmn_id>
string type; indicates the MCC and MNC of the PLMN to which the NSSAI information applies. For the format and the encoding of the MCC and MNC, see TS 23.003. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS.
<default_configured_nssai_length>
integer type; the Terminal Adaptor (TA) can determine the value by parsing the <default_configured_nssai> parameter.
<default_configured_nssai>
string type in hexadecimal format. Dependent of the form, the string can be separated by dot(s), semicolon(s) and colon(s). This parameter indicates the list of S-NSSAIs included in the default configured NSSAI stored at the MT for the PLMN. The <default_configured_nssai> is coded as a list of <S-NSSAI>s separated by colons. Refer parameter <S-NSSAI> in clause 10.1.1. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS.
<rejected_nssai_3gpp_length>
integer type; the Terminal Adaptor (TA) can determine the value by parsing the <rejected_nssai_3gpp> parameter.
<rejected_nssai_3gpp>
string type in hexadecimal format. Dependent of the form, the string can be separated by dot(s), colon(s) and hash(es). This parameter indicates the list of rejected S-NSSAIs associated with 3GPP access stored at the MT for the serving PLMN. The <rejected_nssai_3gpp> is coded as a list of rejected S-NSSAIs separated by colons. For the format and the encoding of S-NSSAI, see also TS 23.003. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS. The rejected S-NSSAI has one of the forms:
sst#cause
only slice/service type (SST) and reject cause are present
sst.sd#cause
SST and slice differentiator (SD) and reject cause are present
where cause is a cause value is according to TS 24.501 Table 9.11.3.46.1.
<rejected_nssai_non3gpp_length>
integer type; the Terminal Adaptor (TA) can determine the value by parsing the <rejected_nssai_non3gpp> parameter.
<rejected_nssai_non3gpp>
string type in hexadecimal format. Dependent of the form, the string can be separated by dot(s), colon(s) and hash(es). This parameter indicates the list of rejected S-NSSAIs associated with non-3GPP access stored at the MT for the serving PLMN. The <rejected_NSSAI_non3gpp> is coded as a list of rejected S-NSSAIs separated by colon. For the format and the encoding of S-NSSAI, see also TS 23.003. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS. The rejected S-NSSAI has one of the forms:
sst#cause
only slice/service type (SST) and reject cause are present
sst.sd#cause
SST and slice differentiator (SD) and reject cause are present
where cause is a cause value is according to TS 24.501 table 9.11.3.46.1.
<configured_nssai_length>
integer type; the Terminal Adaptor (TA) can determine the value by parsing the <configured_nssai> parameter.
<configured_nssai>
string type in hexadecimal format. Dependent of the form, the string can be separated by dot(s), semicolon(s) and colon(s). This parameter indicates the list of configured S-NSSAIs stored at the MT for the PLMN identified by <plmn_id>. The <configured_nssai> is coded as a list of <S-NSSAI>s separated by colons. Refer parameter <S-NSSAI> in clause 10.1.1. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS.
<allowed_nssai_3gpp_length>
integer type; the Terminal Adaptor (TA) can determine the value by parsing the <allowed_nssai_3gpp> parameter.
<allowed_nssai_3gpp>
string type in hexadecimal format. Dependent of the form, the string can be separated by dot(s), semicolon(s) and colon(s). This parameter indicates the list of allowed S-NSSAIs associated with 3GPP access stored at the MT for the PLMN identified by <plmn_id>. The <allowed_nssai_3gpp> is coded as a list of <S-NSSAI>s separated by colons. Refer parameter <S-NSSAI> in clause 10.1.1. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS.
<allowed_nssai_non3gpp_length>
integer type; the Terminal Adaptor (TA) can determine the value by parsing the <allowed_nssai_non3gpp> parameter.
<allowed_nssai_non3gpp>
string type in hexadecimal format. Dependent of the form, the string can be separated by dot(s), semicolon(s) and colon(s). This parameter indicates the list of allowed S-NSSAIs associated with non-3GPP access stored at the MT for the PLMN identified by <plmn_id>. The <allowed_nssai_non3gpp> is coded as a list of <S-NSSAI>s separated by colons. Refer parameter <S-NSSAI> in clause 10.1.1. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS.
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10.1.64  5GS Preferred NSSAI +C5GPNSSAI |R15|Word‑p. 338

Command Possible response(s)
+C5GPNSSAI=[<Preferred_NSSAI_3gpp_length>,[<Preferred_NSSAI_3gpp>]],[<Preferred_NSSAI_non3gpp_length>,[<Preferred_NSSAI_non3gpp>]] +CME ERROR: <err>
+C5GPNSSAI? +C5GPNSSAI: <Preferred_NSSAI_3gpp_length>,<Preferred_NSSAI_3gpp>,<Preferred_NSSAI_non3gpp_length>,<Preferred_NSSAI_non3gpp>
+C5GPNSSAI=? +C5GPNSSAI: (range of supported <Preferred_NSSAI_3gpp_length>s),(range of supported <Preferred_NSSAI_non3gpp_length>s)
Description
The set command specifies the preferred NSSAI as a list of S-NSSAIs matching the preference of the TE. The preferred NSSAI is coded as a list of HPLMN values of S-NSSAIs. Its content is independent of the selected or registered PLMNs. MT takes the preferred NSSAI into account when selecting the requested NSSAI.
Refer to clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
A special form of the set command can be given as +C5GPNSSAI= without any parameters. In this form, no preferred NSSAI for 3GPP access and no preferred NSSAI for non-3GPP access are stored in the MT.
The read command returns the current values.
The test command returns the values supported as compound values.
Defined values
<Preferred_NSSAI_3gpp_length>
integer type; the Terminal Adaptor (TA) can determine the value by parsing the <Preferred_NSSAI_3gpp> parameter
<Preferred_NSSAI_3gpp>
string type in hexadecimal format. Dependent of the form, the string can be separated by dot(s), semicolon(s) and colon(s). This parameter indicates the list of preferred S-NSSAIs for 3GPP access. The <Preferred_NSSAI_3gpp> is coded as a list of S-NSSAIs separated by colons. The TE includes the HPLMN values of the S-NSSAIs; therefore, no mapped S-NSSAIs are included. Refer parameter <S-NSSAI> in clause 10.1.1. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS.
If the value is an empty string (""), no preferred NSSAI for 3GPP access is stored in the MT.
<Preferred_NSSAI_non3gpp_length>
integer type; the Terminal Adaptor (TA) can determine the value by parsing the <Preferred_NSSAI_non3gpp> parameter.
<Preferred_NSSAI_non3gpp>
string type in hexadecimal format. Dependent of the form, the string can be separated by dot(s), semicolon(s) and colon(s). This parameter indicates the list of preferred S-NSSAIs for non-3GPP access. The <Preferred_NSSAI_non3gpp> is coded as a list of S-NSSAIs separated by colons. The TE includes the HPLMN values of the S-NSSAIs; therefore, no mapped S-NSSAIs are included. Refer parameter <S-NSSAI> in clause 10.1.1. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS.
Implementation
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10.1.65  Indicating the selected PLMN for access to restricted local operator services (RLOS) +CRLOSP |R16|Word‑p. 340

Command Possible response(s)
+CRLOSP=[<n>] +CME ERROR: <err>
+CRLOSP? +CRLOSP: <n>[,<RLOS_plmn>]
+CRLOSP=? +CRLOSP: (list of supported <n>s)
Description
The set command controls the presentation of unsolicited result code +CRLOSPU: <RLOS_plmn> when <n>=1 indicating the PLMN that the UE has selected for access to RLOS.
Refer clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
The read command returns the current settings of <n> and the currently selected PLMN for access to RLOS (if available).
The test command returns values supported as a compound value.
Defined values
<n>
integer type.
0 (default)
Disable presentation of the unsolicited result code +CRLOSPU.
1
Enable presentation of the unsolicited result code +CRLOSPU.
<RLOS_plmn>
string type; indicates the MCC and MNC of the PLMN that the UE has selected for access to RLOS. For the format and the encoding of the MCC and MNC, see TS 23.003. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS.
Implementation
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10.1.66  Link packet filters +CGLNKPF |R16|Word‑p. 340

Command Possible response(s)
+CGLNKPF=[<cid>[,<packet filter identifier>]] +CME ERROR: <err>
+CGLNKPF?[+CGLNKPF: <cid>,<packet filter identifier>]
[<CR><LF>+CGLNKPF: <cid>,<packet filter identifier>
[...]]
+CGLNKPF=? +CGLNKPF: (range of supported <cid>s),(list of supported <packet filter identifier>s)
Description
The set command allows the TE to specify the existing packet filter identified by the packet filter identifier <packet filter identifier> of the TFT
  • which is linked to the new packet filter(s) to be are added; or
  • for which a change of the GBR is to be requested
(i.e. the packet filter identifier(s) indicated in the Parameters list of the Traffic flow aggregate IE, see TS 24.301, clause 6.5.4.2). Refer clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
A special form of the set command, +CGLNKPF=<cid> causes the packet filter identifier for context number <cid> to become undefined. A special form of the set command, +CGLNKPF= causes the linked packet filter identifiers for all the contexts to become undefined.
The read command returns the current settings for each defined context.
The test command returns the ranges of the supported parameters as compound values.
Defined values
<cid>
integer type; specifies a particular QoS flow definition, EPS Traffic Flows definition and a PDP Context definition (see the +CGDCONT and +CGDSCONT commands).
<packet filter identifier>
integer type. Value range is from 1 to 16.
Implementation
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10.1.67  Delete packet filters +CGDELPF |R16|Word‑p. 341

Command Possible response(s)
+CGDELPF=[<cid>[,<packet filter identifier>[,<QRI>]]] +CME ERROR: <err>
+CGDELPF?[+CGDELPF: <cid>,<packet filter identifier>[,<QRI>]]
[<CR><LF>+CGDELPF: <cid>,<packet filter identifier>[,<QRI>]
[...]]
+CGDELPF=? +CGDELPF: (range of supported <cid>s),(list of supported <packet filter identifier>s), (range of supported <QRI>s)
Description
The set command allows the TE to specify the packet filter identified by the packet filter identifier <packet filter identifier> to be deleted, or the QoS rule identified by the QoS rule identifier <QRI> to be deleted. To delete a packet filter in 5GS, both the filter identifier <packet filter identifier> and the corresponding QoS rule identifier <QRI> are required. Refer clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
A special form of the set command, +CGDELPF=<cid> causes the values for context number <cid> to become undefined. A special form of the set command, +CGDELPF= causes the current settings for each packet filter and QoS rule to become undefined.
The read command returns the current settings for each defined context.
The test command returns the ranges of the supported parameters as compound values.
Defined values
<cid>
integer type; specifies a particular QoS flow definition, EPS Traffic Flows definition and a PDP Context definition (see the +CGDCONT and +CGDSCONT commands).
<packet filter identifier>
integer type. Value range is from 1 to 16.
<QRI>
integer type. Identifies the QoS rule, see TS 23.501 and TS 24.501.
Implementation
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10.1.68  Bit rate recommendation request +CGBRRREQ |R16|Word‑p. 342

Command Possible response(s)
+CGBRRREQ=<cid>,<reqBitrate>,<direction> +CME ERROR: <err>
+CGBRRREQ=? +CGBRRREQ: (range of supported <cid>s),(range of supported <reqBitrate>s),(list of supported <direction>s)
Description
The command is used to request the UE to transmit a MAC Control Element containing a Recommended bit rate query to the serving eNB or gNB for the EPS bearer context or the 5G QoS flow identified by <cid> and the direction (uplink or downlink) indicated in <direction> as specified in TS 36.321 and in TS 38.321. Refer clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
The test command returns the values supported as a compound value.
Defined values
<cid>
A numeric parameter which specifies a particular EPS bearer context or a 5GS QoS flow. The <cid> parameter is local to the TE-MT interface and identifies only EPS bearer contexts or 5GS QoS flows which have been setup via AT command (see the +CGDCONT and +CGDSCONT commands).
<reqBitrate>
integer type; indicates the aggregate requested bit rate in kbit/s for the EPS bearer context or the 5GQoS flow identified by <cid>.
<direction>
integer type; indicates the direction to which the recommended bit rate query applies.
1
The recommended bit rate query is for the uplink direction
2
The recommended bit rate query is for the downlink direction
Implementation
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10.1.69  Bit rate recommendation reporting +CGBRRREP |R16|Word‑p. 343

Command Possible response(s)
+CGBRRREP=[<reporting>] +CME ERROR: <err>
+CGBRRREP? +CGBRRREP: <reporting>
+CGBRRREP=? +CGBRRREP: (list of supported <reporting>s)
Description
The set command enables reporting of the recommended bit rate received by the UE from the serving eNB or gNB in a MAC Control Element as specified in TS 36.321 and in TS 38.321 with the unsolicited result code +CGBRRREP: <recmBitrate>,<direction>,<num_of_cids>,<cid>[,<cid>[,...]]. Refer clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
The read command returns current command setting.
The test command returns the values supported as a compound value.
Defined values
<reporting>
integer type.
0
Reporting not enabled
1
Reporting enabled
<recmBitrate>
integer type; indicates the recommended bit rate in kbit/s received from the serving eNB or gNB.
<direction>: integer type; indicates the direction to which the recommended bit rate received from the serving eNB or gNB applies.
1
The recommended bit rate is for the uplink direction
2
The recommended bit rate is for the downlink direction
<num_of_cids>
integer type; indicates the number of <cid>s mapped to the LCID (Logical Channel ID) to which the recommended bit rate received from the serving eNB or gNB applies.
<cid>
A numeric parameter which specifies a particular EPS bearer context or a 5GS QoS flow mapped to the LCID to which the recommended bit rate received from the serving eNB or gNB applies. The <cid> parameter is local to the TE-MT interface.
Implementation
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