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Title: Joint OMA


1
Joint OMATISPAN Workshop NGN TISPAN
  • Source
  • Rainer Münch, TC TISPAN Chairman
  • R.Muench_at_alcatel.de

2
Table of Contents
  • Introduction
  • TISPAN_NGN Release 1
  • TISPAN_NGN Release 2
  • Summary
  • Annex List of R1 Deliverables

3
Introduction
4
TISPAN Structure
TISPAN PLENARY
STFs
System Group
FMMS Project
Interest Groups
WG1
WG2
WG3
WG4
WG6
WG7
WG8
Numbering, Addressing, Routeing
Services Applications
Network Management
Architecture
Protocols
Testing
Security
5
Overview on TISPAN Structure
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
System Group D. Knight R. Münch
STFs
F-MMS Project G. Engström
Interest Groups
WG 1 Services Applications G. Engström P.
Lottin
WG 7 Security J. Rossebø M.Euchner F.
Lindholm
WG 6 Testing M. Brand VC-none
WG 8 Network Management E. Ronco G. Caryer
L. Mak
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
6
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.

7
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

8
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/
  • Link to TISPAN area for ETSI members
  • http//portal.etsi.org/docbox/TISPAN/TISPAN/

9
TISPAN_NGN Release 1
10
Completion of TISPAN_NGN Release 1
  • At TISPAN9 (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.

11
TISPAN_NGN Overall Architecture Concept of
subsystems
12
Release 1 architecture Functional Entities and
Interfaces
Application Server (SIP, OSA, IN)
Rf/Ro
Dh
ISC
Sh
Ut
Ut
Rf/Ro
User Data
PDBF
SLF
UPSF
IWF
Iw
Dx
CNGCF
Cx
Ib
Gq
Mx
I/S-CSCF
IBCF
Ic
e3
Legacy Terminals
e2
AGCF
Mi
Mx
Mw
Gq
BGCF
Mx
Mw
SPDF
Gq
P-CSCF
SGF
Other IP Networks
Mj
Mg
e2
e2
Mr
User Equipment (Home Network)
CLF
Gq
Gq
MRFC
MGCF
e4
A-RACF
SPDF
PSTN / ISDN
Rq
a3
a4
NACF
UAAF
e1
3GPP IP-CAN
e5
Ia
a1
a2
Re
Ia
Mp
Mn
AMF
ARF
Ra
e1
RCEF
MRPF
C-BGF
I-BGF
T-MGF
Transport Layer
Access Node
L2TP
13
Common Components of TISPAN_NGN Release 1
Functional Architecture
  • A Common component can be accessed by more than
    one subsystem.
  • Two types can be identified
  • Component known in 3GPP IMS
  • New component, defined by TISPAN
  • Components known in 3GPP IMS
  • Subscription Locator Function (SLF)
  • Application Server Function (ASF)
  • Charging and Data Collection Functions
  • New components defined by TISPAN
  • User Profile Server Function (UPSF)
  • Application Server Function (ASF) with itf to
    RACS
  • Interconnection Border Control Function (IBCF)
  • Interworking Function (IWF)
  • Charging and Data Collection Functions with itf
    to IBCF

14
PSS in Release 1 and 2
  • Release 2
  • CCBS
  • CCNR
  • CW
  • AoC
  • Revision of R1 services
  • Release 1
  • CDIV
  • CONF
  • MWI
  • OIP
  • OIR
  • TIP
  • TIR
  • HOLD
  • ACR
  • CB
  • MCID
  • ECT

15
TISPAN_NGN R1 OMA Documents
  • XML Group Management Architecture and Functional
    Description (Endorsement of OMA-AD-XDM-V1_0)
  • Presence service Functional Architecture and
    Functional Description 3GPP TS 23.141, modified
    OMA-AD-Presence_SIMPLE-V1_0, modified (Stage 2)
  • Presence Service Protocol specification 3GPP TS
    24.141, modified OMA-TS-Presence_SIMPLE-V1_0,
    modified (Stage 3)
  • XML Group Management Stage 3 Specification
    (Endorsement of OMA OMA-TS-XDM_Core-V1_0-20050628
    and OMA-TS-XDM_Shared-V1_0-20050628)

16
TISPAN_NGN Release 2
17
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.

18
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

19
Services and Features (2/3)
  • 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.

20
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

21
Release 2 - Architecture New Functionalities (in
progress)
  • Evolution of RACS
  • Resource control in the core
  • Towards End-to-end QoS
  • Evolution of NASS
  • Additional access technologies
  • IP-TV support
  • Online Charging
  • Overload control (GOCAP)

22
Overview on New Work Numbering, Naming,
Addressing, Routeing
  • Active discussions with GSMA IREG (Interworking
    Roaming Expert Group)
  • Infrastrucure ENUM
  • GSMA IPX backbone (IP eXchange next generation
    of GPRS Roaming Exchange)
  • Identification of key management and operational
    issues to be considered for a shared approach to
    be viable
  • It is expected that key interconnect issues will
    also come to the fore.
  • Objective Single global solution

23
Overview on New Work Security, Testing, Network
Management
  • Security
  • Joint meeting with 3GPP SA3 on authentication and
    NAT/FW (network address translation, firewall)
    transversal issues.
  • Authentication to NASS and to IMS services
  • Testing
  • Conformance to TISPAN, 3GPP, ITU-T standardised
    protocols
  • Global interoperability of PES and Core IMS NGN
    R1
  • Network Management
  • NGN OSS (Operation Support System) Service
    interfaces in line with NGN OSS architecture,
    e.g. subscription management
  • Common information model

24
QoS
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Co-operation with other bodies as well, e.g.
    ITU-T, IETF etc., see also External Relations
    at the beginning of the presentation.

25
Potential Areas of Common Interest (1/2)
  • Starting point Areas identified in the
    co-operation agreement between OMA and ETSI
  • Device management
  • TISPAN WG 8
  • Interoperability
  • TISPAN Mainly WGs 2, 3, 4, possibly other WGs as
    well
  • Work on interoperability in OMA and TISPAN is
    complementary to each other
  • Location
  • EMTEL, LI
  • Messaging
  • TISPAN WG 1, 3
  • EMTEL

26
Potential Areas of Common Interest (2/2)
  • Presence Availability
  • TISPAN WG 1, 3
  • EMTEL
  • Security
  • TISPAN WG 7
  • Mobile Web Service
  • TISPAN WG 1, 2

27
Summary
28
Summary
  • Thanks to all TISPAN 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.
  • Globalisation of our results.
  • TISPAN is looking forward to
  • co-operating with OMA

29
Annex List of R1 Deliverables
30
TISPAN_NGN R1 Deliverables (1 of 4)
Overall NGN
Release 1 Release Definition TR 180 001
Terminology TR 180000
Services and Capabilities Requirements for TISPAN NGN Release 1 TS 181 005
NGN Architecture Overall network architecture functional architecture ES 282 001
Organization of User Data TR 182 005
Service Related
Multimedia Telephony with PSTN/ISDN Supplementary Services TS 181 002
IP Multimedia System (IMS) messaging Stage 1 TS 181 005
Videotelephony over NGN Service Description TS 181 001
Presence Service Stage 1 TS 181 005
Service Provider Access Open Service access for API requirements Part 3 EG 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 procedures TS 183 028
PSTN/ISDN simulation services Communication Diversion (CDIV) Protocol specification TS 183 004
PSTN/ISDN simulation services Conference (CONF) Protocol specification TS 183 005
PSTN/ISDN simulation services Message Waiting Indication (MWI) Protocol specification TS 183 006
PSTN/ISDN simulation services Originating Identification Presentation (OIP) and Originating Identification Restriction (OIR) Protocol specification TS 183 007
PSTN/ISDN simulation services Terminating Identification Presentation (TIP) and Terminating Identification Restriction (TIR) Protocol specification TS 183 008
PSTN/ISDN simulation services Communication Hold (HOLD) Protocol specification TS 183 010
PSTN/ISDN simulation services Communication Hold (HOLD) Protocol specification TS 183 010
PSTN/ISDN simulation services Anonymous Communication Rejection (ACR) and Communication Barring (CB) Protocol specification TS 183 011
PSTN/ISDN simulation services Malicious Communication Identification (MCID) Protocol specification TS 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 Specifications TS 183 041
PSTN/ISDN simulation services Extensible Markup Language (XML) (XCAP) for Manipulating NGN PSTN/ISDN Simulation Services Protocol specification TS 183 023
PSTN/ISDN simulation services Extensible Markup Language (XML) Configuration Access Protocol (XCAP) over the Ut interface TS 183 023
PSTN/ISDN simulation services Explicit Communication Transfer (ECT) Protocol specification TS 183 029
31
TISPAN_NGN R1 Deliverables (2 of 4)
Emergency services
Requirements of the NGN network to support Emergency Communication from Citizen to Authority TS 102 424
Emergency Location Protocols TS 102 164
TISPAN adaptations to 3GPP IMS
Service requirements for end-to-end session control in multimedia network TS 181 010
IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) Functional Architecture ES 282 007
IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) Stage 2 Description TS 23 228 Release 6, modified TS 182 006
Analysis of relevant 3GPP IMS specifications for use in TISPAN_NGN Release 1 specifications TR 183 013
SIP and SDP Stage 3 protocol specification ES 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) networks ES 283 027
IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) Stage 2 Description Charging Specification ES 282 010
IP Multimedia H.248 Profile for controlling MultiMedia Resource Function Processors in the IP Multimedia subsystem Protocol specification ES 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 Emulation TR 183 011
PSTN/ISDN Emulation H.248 Profile for controlling Trunking Media Gateways in the PSTN/ISDN Emulation Subsystem Protocol specification ES 283 024
H.248 profile for controlling Access and Residential gateways in the PSTN/ISDN Emulation subsystem Protocol Specification ES 283 002
IMS-based approach
IMS-based PSTN/ISDN Emulation subsystem Functional Architecture TS 182 012
IMS-based PSTN/ISDN Emulation Call Control Protocols Stage 3 TS 183 043
32
TISPAN_NGN R1 Deliverables (3 of 4)
Resource and Admission Control Subsystem (RACS)
Resource and Admission Control subsystem (RACS) Functional Architecture ES 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 specification ES 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 Networks ES 283 012
Endorsement of TS.29.162 Interworking between IMS and IP networks TS 183 021
Network Attachment Subsystem (NASS)
Network Attachment subsystem (NASS) Functional Architecture ES 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 protocol ES 283 035
Network Access
Interface protocol definitions for network access through xDSL and WLAN access networks TS 183 019
Roaming interface protocol definitions for TISPAN NGN network access TS 183 020
Security
TISPAN_NGN Security (NGN_SEC) Requirements for Release 1 TS 187 001
Threat and Risk Analysis TR 187 002
Security Architecture TS 187 003
33
TISPAN_NGN R1 Deliverables (4 of 4)
Security
TISPAN_NGN Security (NGN_SEC) Requirements for Release 1 TS 187 001
Threat and Risk Analysis TR 187 002
Security Architecture TS 187 003
NGN Overload and Congestion Control
Overload and Congestion Control for H.248 (between Media Gateways and Media Gateway Controllers) Protocol Specification TR 283 039-3
Quality of Service
Review of available material on QoS requirements of Multimedia Services TR 102 479
Network Management
Network Management Operations Support System Vision TR 188 004
Network Management Operations Support System Requirements TS 188 003
Network Management Operations Support System Architecture TS 188 001
Network Management Operations Support System Standards Overview and Gap Analysis TR 102 647
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