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Table 532 Element
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Contents of M-CSI Description This is the address, in GT format, of the gsmSCF to which the mobility management noti cations will be sent The service key may be used to select between different mobility management applications An operator may have different applications that use CAMEL mobility management This element contains a list of mobility events for which a noti cation shall be sent if the event occurs
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gsmSCF address Service key
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registration As is the case with other CAMEL subscription data, the sending of M-CSI to MSC is subject to the support of CAMEL phase 3 in the MSC Table 532 lists the contents of M-CSI In addition, M-CSI may contain the elements noti cationToCSE and csi-Active These elements are described in Section 58 The following mobility events may be included in M-CSI: Location update in VLR this trigger is used for the location update within VLR service area, from one location area to another Location update to other VLR this trigger is used when the subscriber moves to a new VLR service area, which may be located in the same PLMN or in another (eg roaming to another country) This mobility management event relates to MSC registration The HLR is involved in this procedure; it may send M-CSI to the new MSC The noti cation is sent from the new MSC, provided that that MSC supports CAMEL phase 3 If the new MSC does not support CAMEL phase 3, eg when the subscriber roams to another PLMN with no CAMEL support, then the gsmSCF does not receive a noti cation MS-initiated IMSI detach the IMSI detach event relates to the case where the subscriber switches off the MS The subscriber remains registered with the MSC and the HLR is not informed The MSC may notify the gsmSCF about the detach event IMSI attach the IMSI attach event relates to the case where the subscriber switches on the MS The subscriber was already registered with the MSC, but had switched off the MS later The MSC may notify the gsmSCF about the attach event Network-initiated IMSI detach the MSC may detach the subscriber from the network The network-initiated detach, also referred to as implicit detach, may take place when the MS has not performed a period location update for a certain time The location update to another VLR does not result in detach and attach noti cations 553 Information Flows The relevant MAP information ow is the note MM event MAP message Table 533 lists the information elements that are reported to the gsmSCF in this MAP message For encoding details of this message, refer to 3GPP TS 29002 [103] The information that is reported to the gsmSCF does not include call reference number (CRN) and MSC address This is due to the fact that the mobility management event is not call-related Hence, the gsmSCF cannot easily correlate a noti cation with an active call for the subscriber on whose behalf the noti cation is sent The gsmSCF could, however, use MSISDN or IMSI for the correlation 554 Service Examples CAMEL mobility management may be used for services like Personal Number (PN) or Single Number Reach (SNR) A subscriber may be reachable on a variety of devices, under a single
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Table 533 Information element Service key
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Information elements in MAP Note MM event Description
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Mobility event IMSI MSISDN Location information
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The service key is obtained from M-CSI; it may be used to select the mobility management application This element indicates which mobility event took place This element identi es the subscriber This element identi es the subscriber The mobility management application may use IMSI or MSISDN as index into a subscriber database This element contains the location as applicable after the location update or IMSI attach This element may be absent when (network-initiated) detach is reported The reported location information may re ect 2G or 3G access; see Section 512 This element indicates which CAMEL phases are supported by the MSC that sends the mobility management noti cation This element should indicate CAMEL phase 3 or CAMEL phase 4
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number The PN or SNR service keeps track of the state and the location of subscriber When a call arrives for the subscriber, the service uses the subscriber state and location information to determine to which device the call should be offered; see Figure 572 for a possible network implementation of PN The PN service as in Figure 572 may not require continuous mobility noti cations for a subscriber to be received The noti cations may be required only when a particular PN feature is activated The PN service may therefore use a MAP interface to the HLR to activate or de-activate the mobility management subscription for a subscriber, ie activate or de-activate M-CSI; see Figure 573 A requirement for activating M-CSI in HLR is that M-CSI is already provisioned for the subscriber Activating M-CSI has the effect that the HLR sends M-CSI to the VLR where the subscriber is currently registered, provided that the VLR supports CAMEL phase 3 The PN service may use the same MAP interface to the HLR to verify the supported CAMEL phases in the VLR, in order to verify that M-CSI is actually sent to the VLR De-activating M-CSI has the effect that the HLR removes M-CSI from the VLR See Section 58 for this capability of the SCP (or service node) to activate and de-activate CAMEL subscription data in HLR
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