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10.1.80  DNS server address reporting +CDNSADD |R17|p. 356

Command Possible response(s)
+ CDNSADD =[<reporting>]
+ CDNSADD? + CDNSADD: <reporting>
+ CDNSADD =? + CDNSADD: (list of supported <reporting>s)
Description
The set command controls the presentation of DNS server address to the TE by an unsolicited result code + CDNSADD: <cid>,<DNS_prim_addr>,<DNS_sec_addr> when DNS server address is received from the network.
Read command returns <reporting> which indicates whether reporting of DNS server address is enabled or disabled. When reporting is enabled, the parameters <DNS_prim_addr> and <DNS_sec_addr> indicate the most recently received DNS server addresses at the MT. When reporting is disabled, no DNS server address is provided.
Test command returns values supported as a compound value.
Defined values
<reporting>
integer type. Enables and disables reporting of DNS server address received from the network.
0 (default)
disable reporting
1
enable reporting
<cid>
integer type; specifies a particular non secondary PDP context definition. The parameter is local to the TE-MT interface and is used in other PDP context-related commands (see the +CGDCONT and +CGDSCONT commands).
<DNS_prim_addr>
string type; shows the IP address of the primary DNS server.
When +CGPIAF is supported, its settings can influence the format of this parameter returned with the read form of + CDNSADD.
<DNS_sec_addr>
string type; shows the IP address of the secondary DNS server.
When +CGPIAF is supported, its settings can influence the format of this parameter returned with the read form of + CDNSADD.
Implementation
Optional.
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10.1.81  Access domain selection preference for MO SMS +CADSMS |R17|p. 356

Command Possible response(s)
+CADSMS=[<access_domain_pref>]
+CADSMS? +CADSMS: <access_domain_pref>
+CADSMS=? +CADSMS: (list of currently supported <access_domain_pref>s)
Description
The set command is used to specify the preferred access domain for the MT to use for MO SMS over NAS messages when the UE supports non-3GPP access in 5GS and a 3GPP access (e.g., in EPS or 5GS).
The read command returns the currently selected access domain preference.
The test command returns the supported access domain preferences as a compound value.
Defined values
<access_domain pref>
integer type; indicates the access domain preference for MO SMS over NAS messages.
0 (default)
a 3GPP access preferred, non-3GPP access in 5GS is used if no 3GPP access available
1
non-3GPP access in 5GS preferred, a 3GPP access is used if no non-3GPP access available
Implementation
Optional.
This command is only applicable to UEs supporting a 3GPP access and non-3GPP access in 5GS.
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10.1.82  5G ProSe UE-to-network Relay Authentication Setting +C5GPU2NRAUTHS |R17|p. 357

Command Possible response(s)
+C5GPU2NRAUTHS=<n>+CME ERROR: <err>
+C5GPU2NRAUTHS?+C5GPU2NRAUTHS: <n>
+C5GPU2NRAUTHS=?+C5GPU2NRAUTHS: (list of supported <n>s)
Description
The set command controls the presentation of an unsolicited result code +C5GPU2NRAUTH: <rmid>, <len>, <eap_msg> which will be displayed on receiving an authentication message in the form of Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) message from network during a UE-initiated authentication and key agreement procedure for 5G ProSe UE-to-network relay. The purpose of the UE-initiated authentication and key agreement procedure for 5G ProSe UE-to-network relay is to enable the data network (DN) to authenticate and authorize the upper layers of 5G ProSe remote UE. This procedure happens through EAP as specified in RFC 3748 and TS 24.501, clause 5.5.4.
There can be several sessions of exchange of an EAP-request and EAP-response message for the DN to complete the authentication and authorization.
Read command returns the current setting of value <n>.
Test command returns the range of supported <n>.
Defined values
<n>: integer type. Enables or disables reporting of authentication indication from network consisting of the EAP-message for a particular <rmid>.
0 disable reporting.
1 enable reporting.
<rmid>
integer type, identifies a particular 5G ProSe remote UE. The <rmid> parameter is local to the TE-MT interface.
<len>
integer type, indicates the length of the EAP message content. It can be of max 1500 according to TS 24.501, clause 9.11.2.2.
<eap_msg>
string type in hexadecimal format, consists of the EAP message from network, as defined in RFC 3748, RFC 4187 and RFC 5448. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS.
Implementation
Optional.
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10.1.83  5G ProSe UE-to-network Relay Authentication Response +C5GPU2NRAUTHR |R17|p. 358

Command Possible response(s)
+C5GPU2NRAUTHR=<rmid>,<len>,<eap_msg>+CME ERROR: <err>
+C5GPU2NRAUTHR=?
Description
Execution command allows the UE to send the EAP-response message to the EAP-request made by network for a particular 5G ProSe remote UE. The EAP-request message is received through the unsolicited result code +C5GPU2NRAUTH. The response to the execution command only indicates if the EAP-response message has been successfully sent to lower layers or not.
Defined values
<rmid>
integer type, identifies a particular 5G ProSe remote UE. The <rmid> parameter is a local to the TE-MT interface.
<len>
integer type, indicates the length of the EAP message content. It can be of max 1503 according to TS 24.501, clause 9.11.2.2.
<eap_msg>
string type in hexadecimal format, consists of the EAP message from 5G ProSe remote UE as defined in RFC 3748, RFC 4187 and RFC 5448. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS.
Implementation
Optional.
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10.1.84  ECS Configuration information +CECSADDRCONF |R17|p. 358

Command Possible response(s)
+CECSCONF=[<n>]+CME ERROR: <err>
+CECSCONF?+CECSCONF: <n>,<ECSConf_info_length>,<ECSConf_info>
+CECSCONF=?+CECSCONF: (list of supported <n>s)
Description
The set command controls the presentation of ECS Configuration information to the TE by an unsolicited result code +CECSCONFU: <ECSConf_info_length>,<ECSConf_info> when there is a change in the ECS Configuration information stored at the MT. For each ECS, the ECS Configuration information consists of an ECS FQDN, ECS IP Address, ECSP ID, and/or Spatial Validity Conditions, as specified in TS 23.558, clause 8.3.2. If <ECSConf_info_length> has a value of zero or is omitted, and <ECSConf_info> consists of an empty string, no ECS Configuartion information is stored on the MT.
Read command returns <n> which indicates whether requesting ECS Configuration information is enabled or disabled. The read command also returns the current values of <ECSConf_info_length> and <ECSConf_info> if available.
Test command returns values supported as a compound value.
Defined values
<n>
integer type.
0
disable unsolicited result code +CECSCONFU: <ECSConf_info_length>,<ECSConf_info>
1
enable unsolicited result code +CECSCONFU: <ECSConf_info_length>,<ECSConf_info>
<ECSConf_info_length>
integer type; indicates the number of octets of the <ECSConf_info> information element.
If the value is zero or is omitted, no ECS Configuration information is stored on the MT.
<ECSConf_info>
string type in hexadecimal format; indicates the ECS Configuration Information for one or more ECSs, where each ECS Configuration Information consists of an ECS address, spatial validity conditions, and an ECS provider identifier. The <ECSConf_info> is encoded as the value part of the ECS information information element in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.4.34, followed by the ECSP ID encoded as a UTF-8 string as described in TS 24.008. This parameter shall not be subject to conventional character conversion as per +CSCS.
If the value is an empty string (""), no ECS Configuration information is stored on the MT.
Implementation
Optional.
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10.1.85  5GS network registration status over non-3GPP access +C5GREGN3GPP |R18|p. 359

Command Possible response(s)
+C5GREGN3GPP=[<n>]+CME ERROR: <err>
+C5GREGN3GPP?when <n>=0, 1, 2, or 3 and command successful:
+C5GREGN3GPP: <n>,<stat>[,<Allowed_NSSAI_length>,<Allowed_NSSAI>[,<cause_type>,<reject_cause>]]
+C5GREGN3GPP=?+C5GREGN3GPP: (list of supported <n>s)
Description
The set command controls the presentation of an unsolicited result code +C5GREGN3GPP: <stat> when <n>=1 and there is a change in the MT's network registration status in 5GS over non-3GPP access, or unsolicited result code +C5GREGN3GPP: <stat>[,<Allowed_NSSAI_length>,<Allowed_NSSAI>] when <n>=2 and there is a change of the allowed NSSAI for non-3GPP access. The value <n>=3 further extends the unsolicited result code with [,<cause_type>,<reject_cause>], when available, when the value of <stat> changes.
Refer clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
The read command returns the status of result code presentation and an integer <stat> which shows whether the network has currently indicated the registration of the MT. The parameters <Allowed_NSSAI_length>, <Allowed_NSSAI>, if available, are returned only when <n>=2 and MT is registered in the network. The parameters [,<cause_type>,<reject_cause>], if available, are returned when <n>=3.
Test command returns values supported as a compound value.
Defined values
<n>
integer type
0
disable network registration unsolicited result code
1
enable network registration unsolicited result code +C5GREGN3GPP: <stat>
2
enable network registration and NSSAI information unsolicited result code +C5GREGN3GPP: <stat>[,<Allowed_NSSAI_length>,<Allowed_NSSAI>]
3
enable network registration, NSSAI information and 5GMM cause value information unsolicited result code +C5GREGN3GPP: <stat>[,<Allowed_NSSAI_length>,<Allowed_NSSAI>[,<cause_type>,<reject_cause>]]
<stat>
integer type; indicates the 5GS network registration status over non-3GPP access.
0
not registered, MT is not currently searching an operator to register to
1
registered, home network
2
not registered, but MT is currently trying to attach or searching an operator to register to
3
registration denied
4
unknown (e.g. out of non-3GPP access coverage)
5
registered, roaming
6
registered for emergency services
<Allowed_NSSAI_length>
integer type; the Terminal Adaptor (TA) can determine the value by parsing the <Allowed_NSSAI> parameter.
<Allowed_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 allowed S-NSSAIs for non-3GPP access received from the network. The <Allowed_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.
<cause_type>
integer type; indicates the type of <reject_cause>.
0
Indicates that <reject_cause> contains an 5GMM cause value, see TS 24.501 Annex A.
1
Indicates that <reject_cause> contains a manufacturer-specific cause.
<reject_cause>
integer type; contains the cause of the failed registration. The value is of type as defined by <cause_type>.
Implementation
Optional.
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10.1.86  5GS network register or deregister over non-3GPP access +C5GRDN3GPP |R18|p. 361

Command Possible response(s)
+C5GRDN3GPP=<state>+CME ERROR: <err>
+C5GRDN3GPP?+C5GRDN3GPP: <state>
+C5GRDN3GPP=?+C5GRDN3GPP: (list of supported <state>s)
Description
The execution command is used to register the MT to, or deregister the MT from, 5GS network over non-3GPP access. If the MT is already in the requested state, the command is ignored and the OK response is returned. If the requested state cannot be achieved, an ERROR or +CME ERROR response is returned. Extended error responses are enabled by the +CMEE command. Refer clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
Any active PDP contexts will be automatically deactivated when the registration state changes to deregistered.
The read command returns the current 5GS registration state over non-3GPP access.
The test command is used for requesting information on the supported 5GS registration states over non-3GPP access.
Defined values
<state>
integer type; indicates the state of 5GS registration over non-3GPP access
0
deregistered
1
registered
Implementation
Optional.
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10.1.87  Define MBS session context +CMSCONT |R18|p. 361

Command Possible response(s)
+CMSCONT=<cid>,<MBS_session_id_type>,<MBS_session_id>,<MBS_operation>+CME ERROR: <err>
+CMSCONT?[+CMSCONT: <cid>,<MBS_session_id>,<MBS_session_id_type>,<MBS_operation>]
[<CR><LF>+CMSCONT: <cid>,<MBS_session_id>,<MBS_session_id_type>,<MBS_operation>]
[...]]
+CMSCONT=?+CMSCONT: (range of supported <cid>s),(range of supported <MBS_session_id>s),(list of supported <MBS_session_id_type>s),(list of supported <MBS_operation>s)
Description
The set command allows the TE to specify the MBS session context <cid>, <MBS_session_id>, <MBS_session_id_type> and <MBS_operation> for a QoS flow (see TS 23.501 and TS 24.501). Refer clause 9.2 for possible <err> values.
The read command returns the current settings for each defined MBS session.
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).
<MBS_session_id_type>
integer type; indicates the type of the MBS session ID
0
Temporary Mobile Group Identity (TMGI)
1
Source specific IP multicast address for IPv4
2
Source specific IP multicast address for IPv6
<MBS_session_id>
string type. For IPv4 and IPv6 multicast addresses, the <MBS_session_id> has the form: "source_IP_address;destionation_IP_address". For IPv4, the source_IP_address and destionation_IP_address are given as dot-separated numeric (0-255) parameters on the form: "a1.a2.a3.a4". For IPv6, the source_IP_address and destionation_IP_address are given as dot-separated numeric parameters on the form: "a1.a2.a3.a4.a5.a6.a7.a8.a9.a10.a11.a12.a13.a14.a15.a16". For TMGI, the string is in hex format (refer TS 23.003, clause 30.2).
<MBS_operation>
integer type; indicates the MBS operations
0
Join MBS session
1
Leave MBS session
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10.1.88  MBS session read dynamic parameters +CMSRDP |R18|p. 362

Command Possible response(s)
+CMSRDP[=<cid>][+CMSRDP: <cid>,<tmgi>,<MBS_TAI_list>,<MBS_CGI_list>,<Source_IP>,<Destination_IP>,<MSK_ID>,<MSK>,<MTK_ID>,<Enc_MTK>
[<CR><LF>+CMSRDP: <cid>,<tmgi>,<MBS_TAI_list>,<MBS_CGI_list>,<Source_IP>,<Destination_IP>,<MSK_ID>,<MSK>,<MTK_ID>,<Enc_MTK>]
[...]]
+CMSRDP=?+CMSRDP: (list of <cid>s associated with active MBS sessions)
Description
The execution command returns <cid>,<tmgi>,<MBS_TAI_list>,<MBS_CGI_list>,<Source_IP>,<Destination_IP>,<MSK_ID>,<MSK>,<MTK_ID>,<Enc_MTK> for the active MBS sessions associated with <cid>.
The test command returns a list of <cid>s associated with active MBS sessions.
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).
<tmgi>
string type in hex format; value is the Temporary Mobile Group Identity allocated to a particular MBS session. Refer TS 23.003, clause 30.2.
<MBS_TAI_list>
string type in hex format; encoded as the length and the value part of the 5GS Tracking area identity list information element as specified in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.3.9.
<MBS_CGI_list>
string type in hex format; encoded as the length and the value part of the NR CGI list in the Requested MBS container information element as specified in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.4.31.
<Source_IP>
string type; indicates the IP unicast address used as the source address of the MBS session (see TS 24.501, clause 9.11.4.31). The string is given as dot-separated numeric (0-255) parameters.
<Destination_IP>
string type; indicates the IP multicast address used as destination address for the MBS session (see TS 24.501, clause 9.11.4.31). The string is given as dot-separated numeric (0-255) parameters.
<MBS_start_time>
string type in hex format; indicates the time when the MBS session starts, see TS 24.501, clause 9.11.4.31.
<MBS_timer>
integer type; indicates the back-off timer associated with the MBS session, see TS 24.501, clause 9.11.4.31.
<MSK_ID>
string type in hex format; indicates the MBS service key ID as defined in TS 33.246.
<MSK>
string type in hex format; indicates the MBS service key as defined in TS 33.246.
<MTK_ID>
string type in hex format; indicates the MBS traffic key ID as defined in TS 33.246.
<Enc_MTK>
string type in hex format; indicates the encrypted MBS traffic key as defined in TS 33.246.
Implementation
Optional.
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10.1.89  MBS session status reporting +CMSSR |R18|p. 363

Command Possible response(s)
+CMSSR=[<n>]+CME ERROR: <err>
+CMSSR?+CMSSR: <n>
+CMSSR=?+CMSSR: (list of supported <n>s)
Description
Set command controls the presentation of MBS unsolicited result code +CMSSRI: <cid>,<tmgi>,<MBS_decision>,<MBS_reject_cause>,<MBS_TAI_list>,<MBS_CGI_list>,<Source_IP>,<Destination_IP>,<MBS_start_time>,<MBS_timer>,<MSK_ID>,<MSK>,<MTK_ID>,<Enc_MTK> reporting the MBS session status.
Read command returns the current MBS unsolicited result code settings in the MT.
Test command returns values supported as a compound value.
Defined values
<n>
integer type
0
Disable presentation of the unsolicited result code +CMSSRI.
1
Enable presentation of the unsolicited result code +CMSSRI.
<cid>
integer type; specifies a particular QoS flow definition, EPS Traffic Flows definition and a PDP Context definition (see the +CGDCONT and +CGDSCONT commands).
<tmgi>
string type in hex format; value is the Temporary Mobile Group Identity allocated to a particular MBS session. Refer TS 23.003, clause 30.2.
<MBS_decision>
integer type; indicates the network decision to a particular MBS session. Refer TS 24.501, clause 9.11.4.31.
0
MBS service area update
1
MBS join is accepted
2
MBS join is rejected
3
Remove UE from MBS session
<MBS_reject_cause>
integer type; indicates the reason of rejecting the MBS session join request or the reason of removing the UE from the MBS session, see TS 24.501, clause 9.11.4.30.
0
No additional information provided
1
Insufficient resources
2
User is not authorized to use MBS service
3
MBS session has not started or will not start soon
4
User is outside of local MBS service area
5
Session context not found
6
MBS session is released
<MBS_TAI_list>
string type in hex format; encoded as the length and the value part of the 5GS Tracking area identity list information element as specified in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.3.9.
<MBS_CGI_list>
string type in hex format; encoded as the length and the value part of the NR CGI list in the Requested MBS container information element as specified in TS 24.501, clause 9.11.4.31.
<Source_IP>
string type; indicates the IP unicast address used as the source address of the MBS session (see TS 24.501, clause 9.11.4.31). The string is given as dot-separated numeric (0-255) parameters.
<Destination_IP>
string type; indicates the IP multicast address used as destination address for the MBS session (see TS 24.501, clause 9.11.4.31). The string is given as dot-separated numeric (0-255) parameters.
<MBS_start_time>
string type in hex format; indicates the time when the MBS session starts, see TS 24.501, clause 9.11.4.31.
<MBS_timer>
integer type; indicates the back-off timer associated with the MBS session, see TS 24.501, clause 9.11.4.31.
<MSK_ID>
string type in hex format; indicates the MBS service key ID as defined in TS 33.246.
<MSK>
string type in hex format; indicates the MBS service key as defined in TS 33.246.
<MTK_ID>
string type in hex format; indicates the MBS traffic key ID as defined in TS 33.246.
<Enc_MTK>
string type in hex format; indicates the encrypted MBS traffic key as defined in TS 33.246.
Implementation
Optional
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