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TS 29.229 (CT4)
Cx and Dx interfaces based on the Diameter protocol – Protocol details

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V13.1.0  2016/12  43 p.
V12.8.0  2015/12  44 p.
V11.5.0  2015/09  39 p.
V10.5.0  2013/03  39 p.
V9.7.0  2013/03  39 p.
V8.15.0  2013/03  39 p.
V7.12.0  2013/03  32 p.
V6.11.0  2009/09  30 p.
V5.13.0  2007/09  25 p.


Rapporteur:  Ms. Bartolome, Maria-Cruz
See also:  IMS-related TS/TR

This TS defines a transport protocol for use in the IP multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem based on based on Diameter base protocol as specified in RFC 6733. This TS is applicable to:
  • The Cx interface between the I-CSCF/S-CSCF and the HSS.
  • The Dx interface between the I-CSCF/S-CSCF and the SLF.


 

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1  Scope [R5]PDF-p. 7
2  References [R5]
3  Definitions, symbols and abbreviations [R5]PDF-p. 8
4  General [R5]PDF-p. 9
5  Use of the Diameter base protocol [R5]
6  Diameter application for Cx interface [R5]PDF-p. 11
6.1  Command-Code values
6.2  Result-Code AVP values
6.3  AVPs
6.3.1  Visited-Network-Identifier AVPPDF-p. 22
6.3.2  Public-Identity AVP
6.3.3  Server-Name AVP
6.3.4  Server-Capabilities AVP
6.3.5  Mandatory-Capability AVPPDF-p. 23Up
6.3.6  Optional-Capability AVP
6.3.7  User-Data AVP
6.3.8  SIP-Number-Auth-Items AVP
6.3.9  SIP-Authentication-Scheme AVP
6.3.10  SIP-Authenticate AVP
6.3.11  SIP-Authorization AVPPDF-p. 24
6.3.12  SIP-Authentication-Context AVP
6.3.13  SIP-Auth-Data-Item AVP
6.3.14  SIP-Item-Number AVP
6.3.15  Server-Assignment-Type AVPUp
6.3.16  Deregistration-Reason AVPPDF-p. 26
6.3.17  Reason-Code AVP
6.3.18  Reason-Info AVP
6.3.19  Charging-Information AVP
6.3.20  Primary-Event-Charging-Function-Name AVPPDF-p. 27
6.3.21  Secondary-Event-Charging-Function-Name AVP
6.3.22  Primary-Charging-Collection-Function-Name AVP
6.3.23  Secondary-Charging-Collection-Function-Name AVP
6.3.24  User-Authorization-Type AVP
6.3.25Void
6.3.26  User-Data-Already-Available AVPUp
6.3.27  Confidentiality-Key AVPPDF-p. 28
6.3.28  Integrity-Key AVP
6.3.29  Supported-Features AVP [R6]
6.3.30  Feature-List-ID AVP [R6]
6.3.31  Feature-List AVP [R6]
6.3.32  Supported-Applications AVP [R6]
6.3.33  Associated-Identities AVP [R6]PDF-p. 29
6.3.34  Originating-Request AVP [R7]
6.3.35  Wildcarded-Public-Identity AVP [R7]
6.3.36  SIP-Digest-Authenticate AVP [R7]Up
6.3.37  Digest-Realm AVP [R7]
6.3.38Void
6.3.39  Digest-Algorithm AVP [R8]
6.3.40  Digest-QoP AVP [R8]PDF-p. 30
6.3.41  Digest-HA1 AVP [R8]
6.3.42  Line-Identifier AVP [R8]
6.3.43  Wildcarded-IMPU AVP [R8]
6.3.44  UAR-Flags AVP [R8]
6.3.45  Loose-Route-Indication AVP [R8]
6.3.46  SCSCF-Restoration-Info AVP [R8]
6.3.47  Path AVP [R8]PDF-p. 31Up
6.3.48  Contact AVP [R8]
6.3.49  Subscription-Info AVP [R8]
6.3.50  Associated-Registered-Identities AVP [R8]
6.3.51  Multiple-Registration-Indication [R8]PDF-p. 32
6.3.52  Restoration-Info AVP [R8]
6.3.53  Framed-IP-Address AVP [R8]Up
6.3.54  Framed-IPv6-Prefix AVP [R8]
6.3.55  Framed-Interface-Id AVP [R8]
6.3.56  Session-Priority AVP [R8]
6.3.57  Identity-with-Emergency-Registration AVP [R8]PDF-p. 33
6.3.58  Priviledged-Sender-Indication AVP [R10]
6.3.59  LIA-Flags [R11]
6.3.60  OC-Supported-Features [R12]
6.3.61  OC-OLR [R12]
6.3.62  Initial-CSeq-Sequence-Number AVP [R12]
6.3.63  SAR-Flags [R12]PDF-p. 34Up
6.3.64  Allowed-WAF-WWSF-Identities AVP [R12]
6.3.65  WebRTC-Authentication-Function-Name AVP [R12]
6.3.66  WebRTC-Web-Server-Function-Name AVP [R12]
6.3.67  DRMP AVP [R13]
6.3.68  Load [R14]
6.4  Use of namespaces
7  Special Requirements [R5]PDF-p. 36
A  Change historyPDF-p. 42

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