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4  Npcf_SMPolicyControl ServiceWord‑p. 14
4.1  Service Description
4.2  Service Operations
4.2.1  Introduction
4.2.2  Npcf_SMPolicyControl_Create Service OperationWord‑p. 25
4.2.3  Npcf_SMPolicyControl_UpdateNotify Service OperationWord‑p. 34
4.2.3.1  General
4.2.3.2  SM Policy Association Update requestWord‑p. 35
4.2.3.3  SM Policy Association termination requestWord‑p. 36
4.2.3.4  Provisioning of revalidation time
4.2.3.5  Policy provisioning and enforcement of authorized AMBR per PDU session
4.2.3.6  Policy provisioning and enforcement of authorized default QoSWord‑p. 37
4.2.3.7  Provisioning of PCC rule for Application Detection and Control
4.2.3.8  3GPP PS Data Off Support
4.2.3.9  IMS Emergency Session SupportWord‑p. 38
4.2.3.10  Request of Access Network Information
4.2.3.11  Request Usage Monitoring Control
4.2.3.12  Ipv6 Multi-homing support
4.2.3.13  Request for the result of PCC rule removalWord‑p. 39
4.2.3.14  Access Network Charging Identifier request
4.2.3.15  Request for the successful resource allocation notification
4.2.3.16  PCC Rule Error Report
4.2.3.17  IMS Restoration Support
4.2.3.18  P-CSCF Restoration Enhancement SupportWord‑p. 40
4.2.3.19  Request of Presence Reporting Area Change Report
4.2.3.20  Session Rule Error Report
4.2.3.21  Access traffic steering, switching and splitting support |R16|
4.2.3.22  Policy provisioning and enforcement of the AF session with required QoS |R16|Word‑p. 41
4.2.3.23  Forwarding of TSN information received from the AF |R16|
4.2.3.24  Provisioning of TSCAI input information and TSC QoS related data |R16|Word‑p. 42
4.2.3.25  Policy provisioning of QoS Monitoring to Assist URLLC Service |R16|
4.2.3.26  Policy decision and condition data error handling |R16|Word‑p. 43
4.2.4  Npcf_SMPolicyControl_Update Service Operation
4.2.4.1  General
4.2.4.2  Requesting the update of the Session Management related policiesWord‑p. 44
4.2.4.3  Request the policy based on revalidation timeWord‑p. 46
4.2.4.4  Policy provisioning and enforcement of authorized AMBR per PDU session
4.2.4.5  Policy provisioning and enforcement of authorized default QoSWord‑p. 47
4.2.4.6  Application detection information reporting
4.2.4.7  Indication of QoS Flow Termination Implications
4.2.4.8  3GPP PS Data Off SupportWord‑p. 48
4.2.4.9  Request and Report of Access Network InformationWord‑p. 49
4.2.4.10  Request Usage Monitoring Control and Reporting Accumulated Usage
4.2.4.11  Ipv6 Multi-homing supportWord‑p. 50
4.2.4.12  Request and report for the result of PCC rule removalWord‑p. 51
4.2.4.13  Access Network Charging Identifier request and report
4.2.4.14  Request and report for the successful resource allocation notification
4.2.4.15  PCC Rule Error Report
4.2.4.16  Presence Reporting Area Information ReportWord‑p. 52
4.2.4.17  UE initiates a resource modification supportWord‑p. 53
4.2.4.18  Trace ControlWord‑p. 54
4.2.4.19  Negotiation of the QoS flow for IMS signalling
4.2.4.20  Notification about Service Data Flow QoS target enforcement
4.2.4.21  Session Rule Error ReportWord‑p. 55
4.2.4.22  Request the termination of SM Policy association |R16|Word‑p. 56
4.2.4.23  Reporting of TSN information |R16|
4.2.4.24  Notification about Service Data Flow QoS Monitoring |R16|
4.2.4.25  Access traffic steering, switching and splitting support |R16|Word‑p. 57
4.2.4.26  Policy decision and condition data error handling |R16|
4.2.4.27  Policy Control for DDN Failure Events |R16|
4.2.5  Npcf_SMPolicyControl_Delete Service Operation
4.2.6  Provisioning and Enforcement of Policy DecisionsWord‑p. 59
4.2.6.1  General
4.2.6.2  PCC RulesWord‑p. 60
4.2.6.2.1  Overview
4.2.6.2.2  Gate functionWord‑p. 62
4.2.6.2.3  Policy enforcement for authorized QoS per PCC Rule
4.2.6.2.4  Redirect function
4.2.6.2.5  Usage Monitoring ControlWord‑p. 63
4.2.6.2.6  Traffic Steering Control support
4.2.6.2.7  Conditioned PCC ruleWord‑p. 65
4.2.6.2.8  PCC rule for resource sharingWord‑p. 66
4.2.6.2.9  Resource reservation for services sharing priorityWord‑p. 67
4.2.6.2.10  PCC rule bound to the default QoS flowWord‑p. 68
4.2.6.2.11  PCC rule for Application Detection and ControlWord‑p. 69
4.2.6.2.12  Provisioning of PCC Rules for Multimedia Priority Services
4.2.6.2.13  Sponsored Data ConnectivityWord‑p. 71
4.2.6.2.14  Support for PCC rule versioning
4.2.6.2.15  Background data transfer supportWord‑p. 72
4.2.6.2.16  Number of supported packet filter for signalled QoS rule limitation support
4.2.6.2.17  Access traffic steering, switching and splitting support |R16|
4.2.6.2.18Void
4.2.6.2.19  Provisioning of PCC Rules for Mission Critical Services |R16|Word‑p. 75
4.2.6.3  Session RulesWord‑p. 77
4.2.6.4  Policy control request triggers
4.2.6.5  Encoding of the request of information reporting
4.2.6.6  Authorized QoSWord‑p. 84
4.2.7  Detection and handling of late arriving requests |R16|

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