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1 22-23 June 2004TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Sophia-Antipolis 1 TISPAN NGN Architecture Overview Richard Brennan pulver.com, WG2 Chair Prepared with Bruno Chatras - France Télécom Leonardo Finizola e Silva - Alcatel Adrianus Van ewijk - Alcatel

2 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 2 Agenda 1.Approval of agenda and Documents 2.Workshop objectives 3.NGN (Release 1) Architecture status 4.IMS Architecture and R6 & R7 status 5.Review of the NGN-IMS issues & status 6.Fixed Access to IMS issues/discussion 7.Backbone issues/Interco schemes 8.Session Border Controllers concept 9.Current activities and work plan 10.Next steps/Future cooperation 11.Any other issue 12.Wrap-up/closure

3 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 3 Overall Architecture: WI Service / Transport layer separation in line with ITU-T Y.2011!

4 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 4 3GPP R6 and TISPAN R1 NGN: R6 Architectural comparison  Network Attachment  3GPP:GPRS entities + HLR (PS part)  TISPAN: NASS entities  Resource Control  3GPP: PDF and GGSN  TISPAN: RACS entities + RCEF and BGF entities  MM Session Control  3GPP:IMS (R6)  TISPAN (R1)IMS (R6)

5 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 5 Architecture Design  A sub-system oriented approach, enabling:  The addition of new subsystems over the time to cover new demands and service classes.  To import (and adapt) subsystems from other standardisation bodies.  Flexibility to adjust a subsystem architecture with no or limited impact on other subsystems.  IP connectivity is provided using two subsystems:  Network Attachment SubSystem (NASS) – WI  Resource and Admission Control Subsystem (RACS) – WI  First service-oriented subsystems include  the 3GPP IMS (suitably adapted to the fixed BB access context) – WI  a PSTN/ISDN Emulation Subsystem (PES) – WI and  Future service-oriented subsystems may include  A streaming subsystem  A TV Broadcasting subsystem  Others as determined DES/02007 has been Working Group approved at TISPAN#5bis

6 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 6 TISPAN Architecture – DSL case

7 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 7 TISPAN NGN Common Components Roughly equivalent to the HSS (excluding the HLR)

8 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 8 Transfer Functions Access NetworkCore Network

9 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 9 Focus on the IMS subsystem

10 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 10 IMS Architecture in the NGN setting Network Interconnections

11 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 11 NGN Impact on IMS Architecture  Almost no impact on the IMS functional architecture as such.  The IMS architecture is already largely access independent!  ETSI TISPAN variant of the IMS is described in WI  Main impacts are on detailed procedures implemented by some of the functional entities (WI 02028), e.g.  P-CSCF procedures have to be augmented with ALG-like capabilities for supporting interactions with NAPT-(PT).  Location information has to be inserted in SIP messages by the P-CSCF. and on IMS SIP profile (WI 03019).  Specific functionalities for supporting IP interconnection are located outside the IMS component.

12 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 12 Focus on NASS

13 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 13 Network Attachment Subsystem (NASS) - Scope  Dynamic provision of IP address and other user equipment configuration parameters (e.g. using DHCP)  User authentication, prior or during the IP address allocation procedure  Authorization of network access based on user network profile  Access network configuration, based on user profile  Location management (e.g. for emergency call, …)  CPE configuration Support for nomadicity and roaming: NASS can be distributed between a visited and home network

14 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 14 NASS architecture  Access Management Function (AMF): translates network access signalling between CPE and NACF/UAAF  Network Address Configuration Function (NACF): IP address allocation and distribution of other network configuration parameters such as address of DNS server(s), address of signalling proxies for specific protocols  Customer Premises Equipment Control Function (CPECF): provides configuration information beyond what is already provided by the NACF.  Connectivity Session Location Repository Function (CLF): registers association between the IP configuration, access line specific info and user network profile. Provides mapping info to RACS. Provides location information to TISPAN NGN core subsystems  User Access Authorization Function (UAAF): performs user authentication, as well as authorisation checking, based on user profiles, for network access.  Profile Database (PDBF): store user network profile  TE+CNG = CPE (customer premises equipment)

15 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 15 Focus on RACS

16 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 16 RACS scope  Service Based Local Policy Control: authorisation of QoS requests and definition of the polices to be enforced by the bearer service network elements.  Support for Application Function (AF)-initiated AND CPE- initiated resource reservation requests  QoS support over multiple access networks (e.g. ADSL and GPRS) and CPE types.  Admission Control: Apply admission control to resource reservation requests  Based on knowledge of transport resource availability over the “last-mile access” and aggregation segments of the access network  NAPT/ Gate Control: controls near-end and far-end NAPT and FW functions, when required, between:  two core TISPAN NGN networks or,  at the border between core and access TISPAN NGN networks RACS offers services to Application Functions (AF) that may reside in different administrative domains.

17 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 17 RACS  SPDF - Provides to AF a single point of contact - Authorization decision for QoS resource.  BGF - Located at the border of networks (access/core – core/core) - NAPT, Gate Control, packet marking, usage metering, traffic policing  RCEF - Located in the access network - gate control, packet marking, policing.  A-RACF - Located in the access network - resource reservation and admission control

18 30-31 March 2005TISPAN-3GPP Workshop - Washington 18 Questions?


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