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1 TISPAN S. Compans Technical Officer © ETSI All rights reserved April 2010

2 2 TISPAN is … the home of NGN standards 5th ETSI Security Workshop - Sophia-Antipolis, January 2010

3 TISPAN NGN Releases NGN Release 1: (December 2005) Adopts the 3GPP IMS standard for SIP-based applications, and adds further functional blocks and subsystems to enable fixed access to IMS and to handle non-SIP applications NGN Release 2: (April 2008) Release 1 enhancements (transfer of IMS enhancements and PSS to 3GPP) PSTN/ISDN Emulation – analogue and ISDN New topics: IPTV, Home Networks, Corporate Networks NGN Release 3: (ongoing, target for stage 3: Mid 2010 with some exceptions) Improvement of several aspects introduced in the previous Releases, such as: IPTV service evolution IP Network to Network interconnection Home Network interconnection New topics:-CDN Feasibility studies: P2P, Interactions RACS – Home networks 3

4 TISPAN – the NGN global solution Transport User Profiles Network Attachment Subsystem Resource & Admission Control Subsystem Service User Profiles Integrated IPTV PSTN/ISDN Emulation Transport Functions Transport Control Functions Service & Control Functions Home Network Other Networks (NGN/PSTN/IP) NGCN Business Trunking IMS- based IPTV PES IMS Hosted Enterprise Services Business Trunking Services CDN 4

5 TISPAN – the NGN global solution Transport User Profiles Network Attachment Subsystem Resource & Admission Control Subsystem Service User Profiles Integrated IPTV PSTN/ISDN Emulation Transport Functions Transport Control Functions Service & Control Functions Home Network Other Networks (NGN/PSTN/IP) NGCN Business Trunking IMS- based IPTV PES IMS Hosted Enterprise Services Business Trunking Services CDN 5

6 RACS Functional Architecture (ES )ES AF Service Layer RACS BGF NASS BTF RCEF User Equipment SPDF X-RACF Rr e4 Media Flows (e.g. RTP) Service Control (e.g. SIP) Rf Rq Ri' Rd' Re Ia Gq' Off-line charging Other SPDF TS ES TS ES ES / TS TS TS TS TR TS RACS e2e Signalling Flows (TS )TS Ref: Diameter H.248 6

7 RACS CPN Interaction – WI02078 Draft TR CNG Access line CPN H(e)NB Fixed-line access, aggregation and core network AN Wireless core network UE Gateway Wireless network policy controller RACS H-RAC (3) (2) (4) (1)(5) 1.The wireless networks policy controller requests resources from the RACS 2.The RACS requests resource reservation and policy installation inside the CPN and on the access line 3.The RACS requests resource reservation and policy installation from the access node 4.The RACS requests resource reservation and policy installation from the fixed line access, aggregation and core network 5.The RACS reports back to the requesting policy controller from the wireless network WI02078 Scope tbd 7

8 CNGCF CLF AF Service Layer NASS RACS User Equipment e1e1 e3 e4 e2 a2 PDBF NACFUAAF e2 TS TS ARF AMF a1 a3 e1e1 TS ES ES TS a4 TS e5 Diameter Diameter or RADIUS NASS Functional Architecture (ES )ES

9 Transport Functions Corporate Networks Other Networks (NGN/PSTN/IP) 9 Transport User Profiles Network Attachment Subsystem Resource & Admission Control Subsystem Service User Profiles PSTN/ISDN Emulation Transport Control Functions Service & Control Functions Home Network NGCN Business Trunking IMS- based IPTV PES IMS Hosted Enterprise Services Business Trunking Services Transport Functions Integrated IPTV CDN

10 Transport Functions Other Networks (NGN/PSTN/IP) TS : Business Communication Requirements TS : Core and enterprise NGN interaction scenarios TS : Hosted Enterprise Services TS : Business Trunking TR Business Trunking; NGCN-NGN interface implementation guideline Transport User Profiles Network Attachment Subsystem Resource & Admission Control Subsystem Service User Profiles Dedicated IPTV PSTN/ISDN Emulation Transport Control Functions Service & Control Functions Home Network NGCN Business Trunking IMS- based IPTV PES IMS Hosted Enterprise Services Business Trunking Services Transport Functions 10 Corporate Networks

11 Transport Functions 11 Transport User Profiles Network Attachment Subsystem Resource & Admission Control Subsystem Service User Profiles Dedicated IPTV PSTN/ISDN Emulation Transport Control Functions Service & Control Functions Home Network NGCN Business Trunking IMS- based IPTV PES IMS Hosted Enterprise Services Other Networks (NGN/PSTN/IP) Network Interconnection

12 Requirements and usage of E.164 numbers in NGN and NGCN (TS ) ENUM & DNS Principles for an inter-operator IP backbone network Security architecture for the NNI 12

13 Transport Functions IPTV over NGN Other Networks (NGN/PSTN/IP) 13 Transport User Profiles Network Attachment Subsystem Resource & Admission Control Subsystem Service User Profiles PSTN/ISDN Emulation Transport Control Functions Service & Control Functions Home Network NGCN Business Trunking IMS- based IPTV PES IMS Hosted Enterprise Services Integrated IPTV CDN

14 ETSI TISPAN IPTV Overview TISPAN Release 2 introduced IPTV to the NGN architecture: Broadcast TV, Content on-Demand, Network-PVR TISPAN Release 3 adds new kinds of services by combining NGN features (voice, data, presence, messaging, community, IPTV) : User generated content User recommendations Personalized channel Personal service composition Content personalization Shared service control Ongoing work: CDN, P2P 14 Targeted advertising Messaging Push CoD Advanced PVR IPTV Roaming / Mobility Media Synchronization

15 IPTV over NGN 15 PhoneTV Internet Triple Play bundle Integrated IPTV IMS-based IPTV Context Blended services Communication Content Integrating existing IPTV solutions within NGN Leveraging investments in IMS

16 TS : IPTV architecture: Integrated subsystem for IPTV functions in NGN TS : Integrated IPTV stage 3 specification TS : Service Layer Requirements to integrate NGN services and IPTV TS : Requirements for network transport capabilities to support IPTV services TS : TV URI Guidelines for the identification of TV channels TR : Peer-to-peer for content delivery for IPTV services: analysis of mechanisms and NGN impacts TS Content Delivery Network TR : Feasibility study on IPTV security architecture TR : Mapping and interworking with other IPTV systems TS : IPTV architecture: IPTV functions supported by the IMS subsystem TS : IMS-based IPTV stage 3 specification TS : Architecture and ref. points of a Customer Network Device for IMS based IPTV services TS : Protocols for Customer Network Devices enabling IPTV IMS based service usage Integrated IPTV IMS-based IPTV TISPAN IPTV Specifications 16

17 Content Delivery Network (CDN) TISPAN also defines CDN functional requirements, architecture and interaction with IPTV systems 17 IMS- based IPTV Integrated IPTV Service Provider Network Content Delivery Network Home Network Cluster Controller Function CDN Controller Function Content Delivery Functions

18 TISPAN Study: Operator-managed P2P for IPTV Pure Over- The- Top (OTT) Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Network- Based Access Control (NBAC) Peer for peer (P4P) P2P- based operator content service Operator -internal P2P- based CDN Degree of network operator involvement in P2P content delivery No operator involvement Full operator involvement 18

19 Transport Functions Home Networks 19 Transport User Profiles Network Attachment Subsystem Resource & Admission Control Subsystem Service User Profiles Dedicated IPTV PSTN/ISDN Emulation Transport Control Functions Service & Control Functions Home Network NGCN Business Trunking IMS- based IPTV PES IMS Hosted Enterprise Services Other Networks (NGN/PSTN/IP) Service requirements Communication Person-to-Machine Machine-to-Machine Person-to-Person Broadband connection Entertainment and information Home worker Remote Access Home Management and Security Provisioning and Service configuration New work on Energy Monitoring/Control WI05028 Security

20 Home Networks – Customer Network Premises 20 NGN Network Customer Network Gateway (CNG) Customer Network Devices CND TS : CNP services requirements TS : CND architecture and reference points TS : CNG architecture and reference points TS : CNP protocols specification

21 Home Networks – IPTV service 21 NGN Network Customer Network Gateway Customer Network Devices CND TS : Architecture and ref. points of a Customer Network Device for IMS based IPTV services TS : Protocols for Customer Network Devices enabling IPTV IMS based service usage

22 Security NGN Security requirements (TS ) NGN eTVRA (TR ) NGN Security architecture (TS ) NGN Lawful Interception functional entities, information flow and reference points (TS ) *Specifications for (PUC) Prevention of Unsolicited Communication in the NGN (DTS/TISPAN NGN-R3) *RFID Security and Privacy (DEN/TISPAN-07042) *RFID system and network security and privacy protection (DTR/TISPAN ) *Security services and mechanisms for customer premises networks connected to TISPAN NGN *Data Retention in the NGN (TS ) 22 *: draft deliverables

23 Security feasibility studies Security of the Interconnection – study of: Current security measures and gap analysis Definition of the security architecture for the NNI IPTV Security Architecture – study of: Models and key management systems for service protection with the aim to develop the model for the NGN Functional entities and mechanisms for service protection with the aim to define these for the NGN A framework open to the integration of content protection solutions 23


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