Presentation on theme: "GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications NGN & ETSI TISPAN Rainer Münch Chairman ETSI TC TISPAN SOURCE:Chairman ETSI Technical Committee TISPAN."— Presentation transcript:
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications NGN & ETSI TISPAN Rainer Münch Chairman ETSI TC TISPAN SOURCE:Chairman ETSI Technical Committee TISPAN TITLE:NGN & ETSI TISPAN AGENDA ITEM:GTSC 5.0 CONTACT:R.Muench@alcatel.de GTSC4_GTSC_10
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Table of Contents Status Overview Services and Features Architecture Protocols QoS Network Management Lawful Interception and Security Cybersecurity Interworking of Services Acknowledgements Summary ! Annex
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Status Overview, incl. Special Task Forces
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications TISPAN Structure Services & Applications WG1 Architecture WG2 Protocols WG3 Numbering, Addressing, Routeing WG4 Testing WG6 Security WG7 Network Management WG8 STFs Interest Groups FMMS Project TISPAN PLENARY System Group
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Overview on TISPAN Structure WG 6 Testing M. Brand VC-none WG 8 Network Management E. Ronco G. Caryer L. Mak WG 7 Security J. Rossebø M.Euchner F. Lindholm WG 4 Numbering, Addressing, Routeing T. Holmes J. Horrocks F. Silletta WG 3 Protocols R. Forbes VC-none WG 2 Architecture K. Pulverer & R. Brennan VC-none System Group D. Knight R. Münch TISPAN TISPAN Chairman: R. Münch TISPAN Vice Chairmen: R. Brennan B. Chatras D. Knight M. Niekus I. Spiers ETSI Support Team: A. Luther-Ascensio D. Boswarthick C. Julien A. Sultan STFs Interest Groups F-MMS Project G. Engström WG 1 Services & Applications G. Engström P. Lottin
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Completion of TISPAN_NGN Release 1 At TISPAN#9 (December 2005), TISPAN_NGN Release 1 was completed. The first set of implementable NGN specifications being used to build NGN. Main features –Core TISPAN IP Multimedia Subsystem and its relationship to other TISPAN NGN components –Network Attachment Subsystem (NASS) –Resource and Admission Control Subsystem (RACS) –PSTN/ISDN Emulation Subsystem (PES) –PSTN/ISDN Simulation Services (PSS) The complete list of deliverables is contained at the end of the presentation.
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Special Task Forces (1/5) IPv6 Universal Communications Identifier Security standards development Validation of test specifications for SIP-ISUP interworking Network Integration Testing between SIP and ISDN, including validation Support of features and services for global NGN EMTEL-LocInfo – Location information and protocol support for Emergency Telecommunications
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Special Task Forces (2/5) STF292 (Security) Activities Security in the eEurope framework –Goes beyond the NGN and covers security provisions in general Building from Common Criteria work of a previous STF (2004-2005) –Extends existing guidance and proformas to the risk analysis element of security design –Building PPs for some NGN systems Threat and vulnerability analysis to countermeasures –Method and guidance –Countermeasure identification through risk modelling (where risk exists, where to apply protection) Guidance on applying effective security –A technical appraisal
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Special Task Forces (3/5) STF292 (Security) Outputs 3 ETSI Technical specifications –eTVRA method UML modelling of TVRA Database centred analysis –Protection Profiles For some NGN and non-NGN subsystems –Countermeasures UML models for countermeasure suite IPsec profile for eEurope (based on NGN requirements) 1 ETSI Guide –Decision tree analysis to guide countermeasure selection –Identifies consequences of decisions
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Special Task Forces (4/5) IPv6 Testing STF276 (TC-MTS) –Conformance and Interoperability test specifications available for IPv6 COR RFCs –Conformance and Interoperability test specifications under development for IPsec, MIPv6 and IPv4 IPv6 Transitioning STF295 (TC-MTS) –On-line database of IPv6 test specifications as well as SIP, SIGTRAN, H.323 & H.248
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Special Task Forces (5/5) STF 306 - Network Integration Testing (NIT) between SIP and ISDN, including validation The objective for the STF 306 is to provide validated test suites in TTCN for the basic call functionality (SIP-ISDN, ISDN-SIP, SIP-SIP) and basic supplementary services CLIP/OIR (OIP/OIR), COLP/COLR (TIP/TIR), Call HOLD, (about 400 test cases). Additional supplementary services (about 400 test cases) would be done by a new STF planed for 2007. The Abstract Test Suites will be compliant to RFC 3261 and ETSI ES 283 003 (modified 3GPP TS 24.229).
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Synchronisation with 3GPP Synchronisation of TISPAN R2 with the ongoing work in 3GPP (e.g. R7, FMC). Objective: Single core solution. Ongoing discussions within TISPAN, 3GPP and SDOs.
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications External Relations (1/3) TISPAN considers co-operation with external bodies and organisations as essential. TISPAN is providing input and considering feedback. External bodies and organisations are showing great interest in working together with TISPAN as a place to come for implementable NGN specifications. –For example, TISPAN have active delegations from China, Japan, North America, South America. –Per meeting, TISPAN are attracting about 150 delegates and handling over 250 documents. TISPAN is looking forward to any enhanced or new co-operation, any organisation or body that wishes to co-operate with TISPAN is most welcome. Coordination of a global message.
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications External Relations (2/3) Existing close co-operations TISPAN wishes to strengthen (alphabetical order) –3GPP –ATIS –DECT –DSL Forum –DVB –Ecma International –FMCA –HGI –IETF –ITU-T –OMA –Telemanagement Forum –TTC
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications External Relations (3/3) In preparation or planned (alphabetical order) –3GPP2 –Asian operators –CableLabs –Mexican operators –Organisations from South America –TIA –... TISPAN Plenary in Brazil (November 2006), plus 2 days workshop. Link to TISPAN open area, e.g. published documents and latest drafts –http://portal.etsi.org/docbox/TISPAN/Open/
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Services and Features
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Services and Features (1/3) TISPAN is progressing the work on R2 concerning the following main new work items: –Requirements analysis for FMC –Requirements analysis for home networking (in cooperation with e.g. HGI). –Requirements for network capabilities to support IPTV services (in cooperation with e.g. ATIS IIF and DVB). Close and direct co-operation with Ecma International on –NGN services and capabilities –NGN – NGCorporateN interconnect requirements
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Services and Features (2/3) In TISPAN#10bis and according to the TISPAN alignment for R2, 3 new work items were raised, on requirements analysis for work that needs to be shared with other bodies. –Requirements for originating and terminating party multimedia information presentation and restriction. –Service Requirements and Network Capabilities for Release 2. –Release 2 Definition.
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Services and Features (3/3) Regarding security, focus on requirements covering the following areas: –Security Network security User security Security management –Regulatory aspects Lawful Interception Data privacy Data retention
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Architecture
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Release 1 Architecture Components (1) IMS Architecture –Endorsement of 3GPP IMS architecture and flows Resource and Admission Control (RACS) –Service-based local policy control –Resource Reservations (Gq interface) –Admission Control (Rq, e4 interfaces) –NAPT / Gate control (Ia interface) Network Attachment (NASS) –Focus on xDSL access technology –IP address provisioning –Authorization of network access –User location management
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Release 1 Architecture Components (2) PSTN / ISDN Emulation –Provision of current PSTN/ISDN services to legacy terminals –Softswitch-based or IMS-based User Data –Endorsement of 3GPP Home Subscriber Server (HSS) Charging –Off-line charging only Emergency Communication –Citizen-to-Authority communication Service Enabler –Telephony Supplementary Services (Simulation) –Presence –Instant Messaging
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Release 1 architecture Functional Entities and Interfaces Transport Layer A-RACFSPDF BGF CLF NACF AMF UAAF PDBF I/S-CSCF P-CSCF SLF BGCF IBCF MRFC MGCF UPSF User Equipment (Home Network) Application Server (SIP, OSA, IN) IWF ARF CNGCF 3GPP IP-CAN AGCF I-BGF L2TP Access Node RCEF PSTN / ISDN Other IP Networks SGF T-MGF MRPF Charging Function Charging Information Legacy Terminals Rq ReReIa Gq e4 e2 RaRa e3 a1 a2 e1 a3a4 e1 e5 e2 Gq User Data Mw Mr Mg Mi Mx Mj MpMn Gq Ic Iw Ib Rf/Ro Dx DhISCSh Cx Ut Mw
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Release 2 New Functionalities (in progress) Evolution of RACS –Resource control in the core –Towards End-to-end QoS Evolution of NASS –Additional access technologies beyond DSL IP-TV support Online Charging Overload control (GOCAP)
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Protocols
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications NGN Stage 3 NGN Release 1 has developed Protocols and Profiles in the following areas: NASS: e1, e2, e4, e5, RACS: Rq, Gq H.248: AWG/RGW, TGW, Congestion Control, BGW, MGW, PES on IMS Protocols: NGN IMS SIP, Inter-working of SIP-ISUP, Inter-working @ an IBCF, Inter-working with 3GPP IMS SIP, Services: CONF, MWI, Hold, ACR-CB, OIP/OIR, TIP/TIR, MCID, XCAP Ut I/f, ECT, Presence, Instant Messaging, NGN Release 2 will develop protocols and application profiles for: Service Direct Call, CW, CCBS/CCNR, AoC, IPTV FMC
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications NGN cooperation In the NGN Stage 3 work close cooperation has been essential with the 3GPP CN/CT groups Many of the NGN R1 specifications are either profiles (a subset of a 3GPP specification) or endorsements, occasionally with access specific parts and some additional clauses. The work on H.248 has cooperated closely with ITU-T SG16, 3GPP CT4, and has cooperated and taken ideas from the MSF. The work of services and applications relies heavily on cooperation with 3GPP CT1 and the respective IETF Sipping and SIP working Groups. In NGN R1 caused by time limitations the majority of cooperation with the IETF was reliant on features already defined for 3GPP needs. As specific Service Application Protocols are needed in NGN release 2 closer cooperation with certain IETF Working Groups is expected. Please see also External Relations at the beginning of the presentation.
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications QoS
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Overview We are currently in the process of re-organising how the work on Performance & QoS of NGNs is allocated in ETSI. The work areas currently allocated to TISPAN WG5 (QoS) will be split between TC STQ (Speech Processing, Transmission and Quality Aspects) and TISPAN. There will be no dedicated QoS WG in TISPAN – WG5 has been closed down. The TISPAN System Group will have overall control of QoS issues within TISPAN and will allocate work to the Working Groups as necessary. TISPAN and STQ will work in close co-operation. Co-operation with other bodies as well, e.g. ITU-T, IETF etc., see also External Relations at the beginning of the presentation.
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Principle behind the split STQ works on what we want to achieve in terms of parameters and numbers: –User-to-user and application layer QoS requirements. –The network performance required to support these requirements. TISPAN works on how we achieve this in terms of design: –Functional and architectural requirements. –Signalling and protocols to be implemented. Many Work Items may require close co-operation. The details of the allocation of the work areas still need to be formalised.
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Network Management
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Network Management Focus of activities –With respect to TISPAN NGN R2, the main focus will be to Specify a general Information Model (i.e. MIM – TISPAN Information Model) able to model all relevant TISPAN NGN management entities Deliver specifications of NGN OSS Service Interfaces as defined in the NGN OSS Architecture and on the basis of the general Information model Propose, develop and enhance ad-hoc co- operation with other TISPAN WGs as needed
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications TISPAN achievements on Network Management Release Independent –TR 188 004: OSS Vision –TS 188 003: OSS definition of requirements and priorities for further network management specifications for NGN –TR 102 647: Management Overview and gap analysis Release 1 –TS 188 001: NGN OSS Architecture Release 1 (version 2) –Main principles and concepts of the TISPAN NGN Architecture have been included and mapped within ITU-T approved Recommendation M.3060 Principles for the Management of Next Generation Networks
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications TISPAN NGN OSS Archtecture - Implementation View reference model Common Communication Vehicle NGN OSS Basic Framework Service m NGN OSS Business Service 1 NGN OSS Business Service n... NGN OSS Basic Framework Service 1... NGN OSS Service NGN OSS Service Interface Consumer NGN OSS Service Interface Legend:
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Objectives for Release 2 Network Resource Model (Requirements, Information Service, Solution Set) –Creation of an information model which captures the management aspects of the TISPAN NGN (i.e. the view of the NGN as exposed to Operations Support Systems (OSS)) NGN Subscription Management Requirements –Definition of an end-to-end data model to cover all the mandatory/optional information related to subscription management that must be provisioned on the NGN Network –Definition of a subscription management architecture which hides the complexity of the different nodes to be configured including the CPE and the AS Management Information Model –Design of an information abstraction and representation of the TISPAN entities - their properties, operations, and relationships, independent of any specific repository, application, protocol, or platform This information model must also provide a linkage between services defined within TISPAN and TISPAN entities.
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Overview on Work on Management Information Model TMF models TISPAN Work Item 08016 ITU-T models 3GPP models TISPAN MIM Work on Network Resource Model (TISPAN) Other sources ?? Work on Subscription Management (TISPAN) TISPAN Management Vision, Requirements and Architecture
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications LI and Security
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications ETSI LI, Security Handover interfaces –ES 201 671 Circuit switched handover (covers ISDN interception) –TS 102 232 Packet switched handover Modular and extensible for specific services –PES, L2, email, … Interception domain –Cable (TS 101 909-20-1, TS 101 909-20-2) –TISPAN (TS 187 005) Aligned with 3GPP-SA3-LI Aligned with ATIS requirements in NGN Security: See e.g. STF 292
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Cyber Security
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Security: For TISPAN NGN Release 1, the TISPAN WG, assisted by the STF292, has: –Defined security requirements; –Defined a security architecture for NGN R1; –Conducted threat and risk analyses for specific NGN use cases; –Proposed countermeasures. The security standardisation is risk-based: Using the STF292 methodology for Systematic threat, vulnerability and risk analysis (TVRA) Management and co-ordination of the development of security specifications in TC TISPAN.
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Challenges New threats and risks landscape Authentication issues and identity management –Continued work on authentication to NASS and to IMS services: HW-based ISIM (UICC/USIM) and/or Equivalent and/or SW-based ISIM authentication, –Single-sign on/ID Management Various, unique identities in the NGN environment Emergency services issues (authentication, authorization, location ID) Interworking of various security mechanisms Challenges addressed in Cooperation with other bodies: –3GPP SA3 Harmonization of access security solutions Media security and SSO –AT NGN@HomeNGN@Home Residential gateways Home networking security NGN Terminal security –Ecma International Corporate network (NGCN) security interactions with NGN
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Status of security work Release 1: –NGN Lawful Intercept (LI), WI 07013 Ongoing cooperation with TC LI and liaison with 3GPP SA3 LI WG7 approval expected in June, 2006 Release 2 : –Continued focus on threat, vulnerability and risk analysis, requirements, and architecture –NGN security countermeasures –New work planned: SSO, media security Security standardisation methods –Threat, vulnerability, and risk analysis (STF292) –Assurance techniques (STF292) Security guidelines –Deployment (STF292) –IPsec (STF292) –Keying (STF292)
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Interworking of Services
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Testing Provision of test suites to ensure the conformance to TISPAN, 3GPP and ITU-T standardised protocols. These tests ensure the global interoperability of PES and IMS Core NGN R1 networks. Examples of areas – SIP – ISUP – SIP IMS – End-to-end view STF 306 (see above) Close co-operation with e.g. 3GPP and ITU-T (see also External Relations at the beginning of the presentation) Planned within STF (automatic testing) –OIP/OIR Conformance Tests (ATS – Abstract Test Suite) TS 186 006-3 (IMS) –TIP/TIR Conformance Tests (ATS) TS 186 005-3 (IMS) –Communication HOLD Conformance Tests (ATS) TS 186 007-3 (IMS) –SIP-I (ISUP Trunking over SIP) Conformance Tests based on the EN 383 001 / Q.1912.5 (ATS)
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Plugtests is a Professional ETSI service Created in 1999, specialized in the organization of test events Cost neutral Skilled ETSI Staff managing test events Experts from ETSI and other technical communities Neutral and open to all organisations Synergy Conformance & Interoperability in close cooperation with ETSI Committees (e.g. TISPAN) and PTCC
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Calendar 2006 Smart Card/mobile Speech Quality Asia Lawful Interception 3 rd Wimax Human Factors OSA – Parlay UWB IPv6 Asia Speech Quality Europe NGN NGN@home - Triple Play Mobile applications IPv6 World wide summit Powerline RFID ITS - eCall
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications ETSI NGN Interops Plugtests service is a market-driven service and open to cooperate with active test bed(s). No exclusivity First cooperation with Sintesio in Slovenia (www.sintesio.org)www.sintesio.org Contact on NGN interop also established with MSF and ZNIIS (Moscow) First « low-profile » event in Bled 19-23 May 06 to learn on basic interworking technologies (http://www.etsi.org/plugtests/NGN.htm )http://www.etsi.org/plugtests/NGN.htm From this first experience, a 2 nd larger NGN interop adressing market-driven topics (e.g. IMS) is planned for end 06- beg 07. PS: Note also NGN@home –Triple play which would likely be very successful (http://www.etsi.org/plugtests/NGNatHOME.htmhttp://www.etsi.org/plugtests/NGNatHOME.htm
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Acknowledgements
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Acknowledgements I would like to thank the following TISPAN Vice Chairman, WG Chairmen and experts who have contributed to this presentation (in alphabetical order) –David Boswarthick –Martin Brand –Scott Cadzow –Philippe Cousin –Göran Engström –Ray Forbes –Leen Mak –David Mustill –Klaus Pulverer –Steve Randall –Enrico Ronco –Judith Rossebø –Ian Spiers
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Summary
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Summary Thanks to all collaborators and officials! Identification of the right issues in order to cover the market needs. Provision of high quality and implementable deliverables. Maxim: Co-operation and communication, internally and externally. Co-ordination of a global message.
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications Annex List of TISPAN NGN Release 1 Deliverables
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications TISPAN_NGN R1 Deliverables (1 of 4) Overall NGN Release 1: Release DefinitionTR 180 001 TerminologyTR 180000 Services and Capabilities Requirements for TISPAN NGN Release 1TS 181 005 NGN Architecture: Overall network architecture; functional architectureES 282 001 Organization of User DataTR 182 005 Service Related Multimedia Telephony with PSTN/ISDN Supplementary ServicesTS 181 002 IP Multimedia System (IMS) messaging; Stage 1TS 181 005 Videotelephony over NGN; Service DescriptionTS 181 001 Presence Service; Stage 1TS 181 005 Service Provider Access; Open Service access for API requirements; Part 3EG 201 988-3 XML Group Management; Architecture and Functional Description (Endorsement of OMA-AD-XDM-V1_0)TS 182 011 Presence service; Functional Architecture and Functional Description; 3GPP TS 23.141, modified; OMA-AD-Presence_SIMPLE-V1_0, modified (Stage 2)TS 182 008 Common Basic Communication proceduresTS 183 028 PSTN/ISDN simulation services; Communication Diversion (CDIV); Protocol specificationTS 183 004 PSTN/ISDN simulation services; Conference (CONF); Protocol specificationTS 183 005 PSTN/ISDN simulation services; Message Waiting Indication (MWI); Protocol specificationTS 183 006 PSTN/ISDN simulation services; Originating Identification Presentation (OIP) and Originating Identification Restriction (OIR); Protocol specificationTS 183 007 PSTN/ISDN simulation services; Terminating Identification Presentation (TIP) and Terminating Identification Restriction (TIR); Protocol specificationTS 183 008 PSTN/ISDN simulation services; Communication Hold (HOLD); Protocol specificationTS 183 010 PSTN/ISDN simulation services; Communication Hold (HOLD); Protocol specificationTS 183 010 PSTN/ISDN simulation services; Anonymous Communication Rejection (ACR) and Communication Barring (CB); Protocol specificationTS 183 011 PSTN/ISDN simulation services; Malicious Communication Identification (MCID); Protocol specificationTS 183 016 Presence Service; Protocol specification; 3GPP TS 24.141, modified; OMA-TS-Presence_SIMPLE-V1_0, modified (Stage 3)ES 283 030 XML Group Management; Stage 3 Specification; (Endorsement of OMA OMA-TS-XDM_Core-V1_0-20050628 and OMA-TS-XDM_Shared-V1_0-20050628)TS 183 038 Messaging Service using the IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) Subsystem; Stage 3; Protocol SpecificationsTS 183 041 PSTN/ISDN simulation services; Extensible Markup Language (XML) (XCAP) for Manipulating NGN PSTN/ISDN Simulation Services; Protocol specificationTS 183 023 PSTN/ISDN simulation services; Extensible Markup Language (XML) Configuration Access Protocol (XCAP) over the Ut interfaceTS 183 023 PSTN/ISDN simulation services; Explicit Communication Transfer (ECT); Protocol specificationTS 183 029
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications TISPAN_NGN R1 Deliverables (2 of 4) Emergency services Requirements of the NGN network to support Emergency Communication from Citizen to AuthorityTS 102 424 Emergency Location ProtocolsTS 102 164 TISPAN adaptations to 3GPP IMS Service requirements for end-to-end session control in multimedia networkTS 181 010 IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS); Functional ArchitectureES 282 007 IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS); Stage 2 Description; TS 23 228 Release 6, modifiedTS 182 006 Analysis of relevant 3GPP IMS specifications for use in TISPAN_NGN Release 1 specificationsTR 183 013 SIP and SDP Stage 3 protocol specificationES 283 003 Endorsement of 3GPP TS.29.228 (Release 6) and TS.29.229 (Release 6)TS 183 033 Endorsement of the SIP-ISUP Interworking between the IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN)subsystem and Circuit Switched (CS) networksES 283 027 IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS); Stage 2 Description; Charging SpecificationES 282 010 IP Multimedia; H.248 Profile for controlling MultiMedia Resource Function Processors in the IP Multimedia subsystem; Protocol specificationES 283 031 PSTN/ISDN Emulation Subsystem (PES) PES General Interworking for SIP/SIP-T (BICC, ISUP) [ITU-T Recommendation Q.1912.5, modified]EN 383 001 Softswitch Approach NGN and PSTN/ISDN emulation (Stage 2 of Softswitch-based PES)ES 282 002 PSTN/ISDN Emulation; Development and verification of PSTN/ISDN EmulationTR 183 011 PSTN/ISDN Emulation; H.248 Profile for controlling Trunking Media Gateways in the PSTN/ISDN Emulation Subsystem; Protocol specificationES 283 024 H.248 profile for controlling Access and Residential gateways in the PSTN/ISDN Emulation subsystem; Protocol SpecificationES 283 002 IMS-based approach IMS-based PSTN/ISDN Emulation subsystem; Functional ArchitectureTS 182 012 IMS-based PSTN/ISDN Emulation Call Control Protocols; Stage 3TS 183 043
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications TISPAN_NGN R1 Deliverables (3 of 4) Resource and Admission Control Subsystem (RACS) Resource and Admission Control subsystem (RACS); Functional ArchitectureES 282 003 Resource and Admission Control; DIAMETER protocol for session based policy set-up information exchange between the Application Function (AF) and the Service Policy Decision Function (SPDF); Protocol specification TS 183 017 Resource and Admission Control; Protocol for QoS resource reservation information exchange between the Service Policy Decision Function (SPDF) and the Access- Resource and Admission Control Function (A-RACF) in the Resource and Admission Control subsystem; Protocol specification ES 283 026 Resource and Admission Control; H.248 Profile for controlling Border Gateway Functions (BGF) in the Resource and Admission Control subsystem; Protocol specificationES 283 018 Resource and Admission Control; DIAMETER protocol for session based policy set-up information exchange between the Application Function (AF) and the Service Policy Decision Function (SPDF); Protocol specification TS 183 017 Interworking; Trunking Gateway Control Procedures for interworking between NGN and External CS NetworksES 283 012 Endorsement of TS.29.162 Interworking between IMS and IP networksTS 183 021 Network Attachment Subsystem (NASS) Network Attachment subsystem (NASS); Functional ArchitectureES 282 004 Network Attachment; DIAMETER based protocol for IP-connectivity related session data exchange between the Connectivity Session Location and Repository Function (CLF) in NASS and the Access-Resource and Admission Control Function (A-RACF) in RACS; Protocol specification ES 283 034 Network Attachment Subsystem e2 interface based on the DIAMETER protocolES 283 035 Network Access Interface protocol definitions for network access through xDSL and WLAN access networksTS 183 019 Roaming interface protocol definitions for TISPAN NGN network accessTS 183 020 Security TISPAN_NGN Security (NGN_SEC); Requirements for Release 1TS 187 001 Threat and Risk AnalysisTR 187 002 Security ArchitectureTS 187 003
GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications TISPAN_NGN R1 Deliverables (4 of 4) Security TISPAN_NGN Security (NGN_SEC); Requirements for Release 1TS 187 001 Threat and Risk AnalysisTR 187 002 Security ArchitectureTS 187 003 NGN Overload and Congestion Control Overload and Congestion Control for H.248 (between Media Gateways and Media Gateway Controllers); Protocol SpecificationTR 283 039-3 Quality of Service Review of available material on QoS requirements of Multimedia ServicesTR 102 479 Network Management Network Management; Operations Support System VisionTR 188 004 Network Management; Operations Support System; RequirementsTS 188 003 Network Management; Operations Support System; ArchitectureTS 188 001 Network Management; Operations Support System; Standards Overview and Gap AnalysisTR 102 647
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