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Whereas CAMEL phase 3 includes control of MO-SMS, CAMEL phase 4 includes both control of MO-SMS and control of MT-SMS For CAMEL control of MO-SMS, only a very small enhancement is introduced 641 Mobile-originated SMS Control CAMEL phase 4 speci es the inclusion of the IMEI and classmark parameters in CAP IDP-SMS The exact parameters to be reported differ slightly between MSC-based SMS and SGSN-based SMS (Table 611) Similar to GPRS control, the inclusion of the IMEI and MS class information in CAP IDP-SMS is done in a backwards-compatible manner IMEI and MS class are placed after the ellipsis in the argument of CAP IDP-SMS (Figure 640) The same CAP application context is used for MO-SMS control in CAMEL phase 4 as for MOSMS control in CAMEL phase 3 Consequently, no new version of MO-SMS-CSI is de ned for CAMEL phase 4 Even in CAMEL phase 4, MO-SMS-CSI contains CAMEL capability handling = CAP v3 If an SCP does not support the new parameters in IDP-SMS, then that SCP ignores those
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Table 611 Reporting of IMEI and MS class information for SMS Network type MSC-based SMS SGSN-based SMS Reported parameters IMEI(SV), MS classmark 2 IMEI(SV), GPRS MS class
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[13] Extensions {bound} [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] CallReferenceNumber ISDN-AddressString ISDN-AddressString MS-Classmark2 GPRSMSClass IMEI ISDN-AddressString
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parameters The handling of IMEI and MS class information for SMS is equivalent to the handling of these parameters in CS call control 642 Mobile-terminated SMS Control For CAMEL phase 3, the support of MO-SMS control is a mandatory feature for the MSC or SGSN That means that, if an MSC indicates in the location update procedure to the HLR that CAMEL phase 3 is supported, then that MSC will support CAMEL control of MO-SMS For CAMEL phase 4, support of control of MT-SMS is optional The MSC will report in the location update procedure to the HLR whether CAMEL phase 4 is supported If the MSC supports CAMEL phase 4, then the MSC will also report which CAMEL features it supports One of theses features may be control of MT-SMS Figure 641 re ects the architecture for CAMEL control of MT-SMS Short messages may be delivered to a subscriber via an MSC or an SGSN, depending on the registration state of the subscriber, ie whether the subscriber is registered with an MSC, attached to an SGSN or both The choice of SMS delivery via MSC or SGSN also depends on the capability of the network The MSC or SGSN through which the SMS is delivered to the subscriber may have an smsSSF The smsSSF is the interface between gsmSCF and MSC or SGSN The smsSSF in the MSC is identical to the smsSSF in the SGSN SMS delivery applies the optimal routing principle This entails that the SMS is sent from the SMSC of the originator of the SMS, directly to the MSC or SGSN of the receiver of the SMS, without passing through the HPLMN of the receiver of the SMS (Figure 642) In the example in Figure 642, a Canadian subscriber is roaming in Australia Subscribers of various other networks may send an SMS to that roaming subscriber These SMSs are sent directly from the SMSC of the initiator of the SMS to the MSC in Australia where the Canadian subscriber is currently registered The various SMSCs contact the HLR in Canada to obtain the MSC address of the destination subscriber The SMS itself, however, does not pass through an SMSC of the HPLMN in Canada 6421 Normal Sequence Flow for SMS Delivery SMS delivery originates at the SMSC For point-to-point SMS, the sender of the SMS normally submits the SMS to the SMSC of her HPLMN However, when the sender of the SMS is outside
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