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TS 29.379CT1
MCPTT Call Control Interworking with LMR systems

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WI Acronym:  MCCI_CT
Rapporteur:  Mr. Monnes, Peter

The present document specifies the call control protocols needed to support a Mission Critical Push To Talk (MCPTT) system interworking with a Land Mobile Radio (LMR) system.
The IWF supports the basic group and other features as specified in TS 23.283. The present document describes functionality modelled on TS 24.379.

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1  ScopeWord-p. 11
2  References
3  Definitions of terms, symbols and abbreviationsWord-p. 12
4  General
5  Functional entities
6  Call control common proceduresWord-p. 17
6.1  SDP
6.2  Commencement modesWord-p. 18
6.3  Receiving an MCPTT session release requestWord-p. 19
6.4  Priority call conditions
6.5  Location informationWord-p. 26
6.6  IWF server role proceduresWord-p. 27
6.6.1  Distinction of requests sent to the IWF
6.6.2  IWF participating roleWord-p. 28
6.6.3  IWF controlling role  Requests initiated by the IWF performing the controlling role  Sending an INVITE request  Sending a SIP BYE request  Sending a SIP re-INVITE request for MCPTT emergency group callWord-p. 33  Sending a SIP INVITE request for MCPTT emergency group callWord-p. 34  Sending a SIP UPDATE request for Resource-Priority header field correctionWord-p. 35  Generating a SIP re-INVITE request to cancel an in-progress emergencyWord-p. 36  Populate mcptt-info and location-info MIME bodies for emergency alert  Authorisations  Generating a SIP 403 response for priority call request rejectionWord-p. 40  Handling the expiry of timer TNG2 (in-progress emergency group call timer)  Sending a SIP INFO request in the dialog of a SIP request for a priority callWord-p. 41  Retrieving Resource-Priority header field values  Requests terminated by the IWF performing the controlling role  Handling of the acknowledged call setup timer (TNG1)Word-p. 42  Generating a SIP NOTIFY requestWord-p. 44  Handling of the group call timer (TNG3)Word-p. 45
6.6.4  IWF non-controlling roleWord-p. 46
6.6.5  Retrieving and processing a group documentWord-p. 51
6.6.6  Error handling
6.6.7  Session release policyUp
6.7  Implicit floor request
6.8  Confidentiality and Integrity Protection
6.9  Priority sharing
6.10  Private call parametersWord-p. 55
7  Registration and service authorisation
8  Pre-established session
9  AffiliationWord-p. 56
9.1  General
9.2  Procedures
9.2.1  IWF procedures towards the MCPTT system  General  Procedures towards the MCPTT system of an IWF serving the user homed in the IWFWord-p. 57  Procedures of MCPTT server owning the MCPTT group
10  Call signalling - group callWord-p. 73
10.1  Prearranged group call
10.1.2  Client derived procedures
10.1.3  IWF participating role proceduresWord-p. 79
10.1.4  IWF Controlling role procedures
10.1.5  Non-controlling role proceduresWord-p. 100
10.2  Chat group (restricted) call
10.2.1  Client derived proceduresUp
10.2.2  IWF performing the participating role proceduresWord-p. 105
10.2.3  IWF controlling role procedures
10.2.4  Non-controlling role procedures
10.3  Subscription to the conference event packageUp
10.4  Remotely initiated group call
11  Private call call controlWord-p. 120
11.1  Private call with floor control
11.2  Private call without floor controlWord-p. 134
11.3  Ending the private call initiated by a client
11.4  Ending the private call initiated by the MCPTT serverWord-p. 135
12  Emergency alert
13  Location proceduresWord-p. 142
14  Handling of Interworking Security Data messagesWord-p. 143
A (Normative)  XML SchemaWord-p. 145
B (Normative)  IANA registration formsWord-p. 147
C  Change historyWord-p. 149

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