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3GPP TS 24.008

3GPP TS 24.008 V12.1.0 (2013-03)Release 122

3GPP TS 24.008 V12.1.0 (2013-03)Technical Specification

3rd Generation Partnership Project;

Technical Specification Group Core Network and Terminals;

Mobile radio interface Layer 3 specification;

Core network protocols; Stage 3

(Release 12)

The present document has been developed within the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP TM) and may be further elaborated for the purposes of 3GPP.

The present document has not been subject to any approval process by the 3GPP Organisational Partners and shall not be implemented.This Specification is provided for future development work within 3GPP only. The Organisational Partners accept no liability for any use of this Specification.Specifications and reports for implementation of the 3GPP TM system should be obtained via the 3GPP Organisational Partners' Publications Offices.

Keywords

UMTS, GSM, radio, layer3, stage3, network, LTE3GPP

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3GPP support office address

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Valbonne - FRANCE

Tel.: +33 4 92 94 42 00 Fax: +33 4 93 65 47 16

Internet

http://www.3gpp.org

Copyright Notification

No part may be reproduced except as authorized by written permission.The copyright and the foregoing restriction extend to reproduction in all media.

2013, 3GPP Organizational Partners (ARIB, ATIS, CCSA, ETSI, TTA, TTC).

All rights reserved.

UMTS is a Trade Mark of ETSI registered for the benefit of its members

3GPP is a Trade Mark of ETSI registered for the benefit of its Members and of the 3GPP Organizational PartnersLTE is a Trade Mark of ETSI currently being registered for the benefit of its Members and of the 3GPP Organizational Partners

GSM and the GSM logo are registered and owned by the GSM Association

Contents

26Foreword

Introduction261Scope271.1Scope of the Technical Specification271.2Application to the interface structures271.3Structure of layer 3 procedures271.4Test procedures281.5Use of logical channels in A/Gb mode281.6Overview of control procedures281.6.1List of procedures281.7Applicability of implementations301.7.1Voice Group Call Service (VGCS) and Voice Broadcast Service (VBS)301.7.2General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)301.7.2.1Packet services in GSM (A/Gb mode only)301.7.2.2Packet services in Iu mode (Iu mode only)311.8Handling of NAS signalling low priority indication311.9Restrictions322References322.1Definitions and abbreviations382.1.1Random values382.1.2Vocabulary383Radio Resource management procedures424Elementary procedures for Mobility Management424.1General424.1.1MM and GMM procedures434.1.1.1Types of MM and GMM procedures434.1.1.1.1Integrity Checking of Signalling Messages in the Mobile Station (Iu mode only)444.1.1.1.1aIntegrity protection for emergency call (Iu mode only)464.1.1.2MM-GMM co-ordination for GPRS MS's474.1.1.2.1GPRS MS operating in mode A or B in a network that operates in mode I474.1.1.2.2GPRS MS operating in mode A or B in a network that operates in mode II484.1.1.2ACoordination between GMM and EMM484.1.1.3Core Network System Information for MM (Iu mode only)484.1.1.4Core Network System Information for GMM (Iu mode only)494.1.1.4.1General494.1.1.4.2Control of Network Mode of Operation I494.1.1.5Access class control494.1.1.6Specific requirements for MS configured to use timer T3245504.1.1.7Handling of NAS level mobility management congestion control504.1.1.8Handling of security related parameters at switch on and switch off514.1.2MM sublayer states514.1.2.1MM sublayer states in the mobile station514.1.2.1.1Main states524.1.2.1.2Substates of the MM IDLE state564.1.2.2The update Status584.1.2.3MM sublayer states on the network side584.1.3GPRS mobility management (GMM) sublayer states604.1.3.1GMM states in the MS604.1.3.1.1Main states604.1.3.1.2Substates of state GMM-DEREGISTERED614.1.3.1.3Substates of state GMM-REGISTERED614.1.3.2GPRS update status644.1.3.3GMM mobility management states on the network side644.1.3.3.1Main States654.1.3.3.2Substates of state GMM-REGISTERED654.2Behaviour of the MS in MM Idle state, GMM-DEREGISTERED state and GMM-REGISTERED state664.2.1Primary Service State selection664.2.1.1Selection of the Service State after Power On.664.2.1.2Other Cases674.2.2Detailed Description of the MS behaviour in MM IDLE State.674.2.2.1Service State, NORMAL SERVICE674.2.2.2Service State, ATTEMPTING TO UPDATE684.2.2.3Service State, LIMITED SERVICE684.2.2.4Service State, NO IMSI694.2.2.5Service State, SEARCH FOR PLMN, NORMAL SERVICE694.2.2.6Service State, SEARCH FOR PLMN704.2.2.7Service State, RECEIVING GROUP CALL (NORMAL SERVICE)704.2.2.8Service State, RECEIVING GROUP CALL (LIMITED SERVICE)704.2.2.9Service State, eCALL INACTIVE714.2.3Service state when back to state MM IDLE from another state714.2.4Behaviour in state GMM-DEREGISTERED724.2.4.1Primary substate selection724.2.4.1.1Selection of the substate after power on or enabling the MS's GPRS capability724.2.4.1.2Other Cases734.2.4.2Detailed description of the MS behaviour in state GMM-DEREGISTERED734.2.4.2.1Substate, NORMAL-SERVICE734.2.4.2.2Substate, ATTEMPTING-TO-ATTACH734.2.4.2.3Substate, LIMITED-SERVICE734.2.4.2.4Substate, NO-IMSI744.2.4.2.5Substate, NO-CELL744.2.4.2.6Substate, PLMN-SEARCH744.2.4.2.7Substate, ATTACH-NEEDED744.2.4.2.8Substate, SUSPENDED (A/Gb mode only)744.2.4.3Substate when back to state GMM-DEREGISTERED from another GMM state744.2.5Behaviour in state GMM-REGISTERED754.2.5.1Detailed description of the MS behaviour in state GMM-REGISTERED754.2.5.1.1Substate, NORMAL-SERVICE754.2.5.1.2Substate, SUSPENDED (A/Gb mode only)754.2.5.1.3Substate, UPDATE-NEEDED754.2.5.1.4Substate, ATTEMPTING-TO-UPDATE764.2.5.1.5Substate, NO-CELL-AVAILABLE764.2.5.1.6Substate, LIMITED-SERVICE764.2.5.1.7Substate, ATTEMPTING-TO-UPDATE-MM764.2.5.1.8Substate, PLMN-SEARCH774.3MM common procedures774.3.1TMSI reallocation procedure774.3.1.1TMSI reallocation initiation by the network774.3.1.2TMSI reallocation completion by the mobile station784.3.1.3TMSI reallocation completion in the network.784.3.1.4Abnormal cases784.3.2Authentication procedure794.3.2aAuthentication procedure used for a UMTS authentication challenge794.3.2bAuthentication Procedure used for a GSM authentication challenge794.3.2.1Authentication request by the network794.3.2.2Authentication response by the mobile station804.3.2.3Authentication processing in the network804.3.2.3a128-bit circuit-switched GSM ciphering key814.3.2.4Ciphering key sequence number814.3.2.5Authentication not accepted by the network824.3.2.5.1Authentication not accepted by the MS824.3.2.6Abnormal cases834.3.2.6.1MS behaviour towards a network that has failed the authentication procedure854.3.2.7Handling of keys at intersystem change from Iu mode to A/Gb mode854.3.2.7aUse of established security contexts864.3.2.8Handling of keys at intersystem change from A/Gb mode to Iu mode874.3.2.9Void884.3.2.10Derivation of keys at SRVCC or vSRVCC handover from S1 mode884.3.2.10.0General884.3.2.10.1PDN connection with integrity protection884.3.2.10.2PDN connection without integrity protection884.3.2.11Derivation of keys at SRVCC handover from Iu mode to Iu mode884.3.2.11.1PDN connection with integrity protection884.3.2.11.2PDN connection without integrity protection894.3.2.12Derivation of keys at SRVCC handover from Iu mode to A/Gb mode904.3.2.12.1PDN connection with integrity protection904.3.2.12.2PDN connection without integrity protection914.3.2.13Derivation of keys at CS to PS SRVCC handover from A/Gb mode to Iu mode914.3.3Identification procedure934.3.3.1Identity request by the network934.3.3.2Identification response by the mobile station934.3.3.3Abnormal cases934.3.4IMSI detach procedure944.3.4.0General944.3.4.1IMSI detach initiation by the mobile station944.3.4.2IMSI detach procedure in the network954.3.4.3IMSI detach completion by the mobile station954.3.4.4Abnormal cases954.3.5Abort procedure954.3.5.1Abort procedure initiation by the network954.3.5.2Abort procedure in the mobile station964.3.6MM information procedure964.3.6.1MM information procedure initiation by the network964.3.6.2MM information procedure in the mobile station964.4MM specific procedures964.4.1Location updating procedure964.4.2Periodic updating984.4.3IMSI attach procedure994.4.4Generic Location Updating procedure1004.4.4.1Location updating initiation by the mobile station1004.4.4.1aNetwork Request for Additional mobile station Capability Information1004.4.4.2Identification request from the network1004.4.4.3Authentication by the network1004.4.4.4Security mode setting by the network1004.4.4.5Attempt Counter1004.4.4.6Location updating accepted by the network1014.4.4.7Location updating not accepted by the network1024.4.4.8Release of RR connection after location updating1044.4.4.9Abnormal cases on the mobile station side1044.4.4.10Abnormal cases on the network side1064.4.5Void1074.4.6Void1074.4.7eCall inactivity procedure1074.5Connection management sublayer service provision1084.5.1MM connection establishment1084.5.1.1MM connection establishment initiated by the mobile station1084.5.1.2Abnormal cases1114.5.1.3MM connection establishment initiated by the network1134.5.1.3.1Mobile Terminating CM Activity1134.5.1.3.2Mobile Originating CM Activity $(CCBS)$1144.5.1.3.3Paging response in Iu mode (Iu mode only)1154.5.1.3.4Paging response for CS fallback1154.5.1.4Abnormal cases1154.5.1.5MM connection establishment for emergency calls1164.5.1.5aMM connection establishment for emergency calls for CS fallback1164.5.1.6Call re-establishment1174.5.1.6.1Call re-establishment, initiation by the mobile station1174.5.1.6.2Abnormal cases1194.5.1.7Forced release during MO MM connection establishment1194.5.1.8MM connection establishment due to SRVCC or vSRVCC handover1204.5.2MM connection informati

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