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Class Mark Request

Class Mark Request

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Classmark request, call flow
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3GPP TSG SA WG3 SA 3 #17 S3-010109Gothenberg, Sweden. 27 Februar-2 March 2001.
 
CR-Form-v3 
 
CHANGE REQUEST
 
a
 
33.102 CR
 
CR-Num
 
a
rev
-
 
a
Current version:
3.7.0
 
a
 
For 
HELP 
 
on using this form, see bottom of this page or look at the pop-up text over the 
a
 
symbols.
 
Proposed change affects: 
a
 
(U)SIM ME/UE Radio Access Network
 
X
Core Network X
Title: 
a
 
GSM ciphering capability Handling in Security Mode set up procedure
Source: 
a
 
Nokia
Work item code: 
a
 
Security
Date: 
a
21/2/2001
Category: 
a
 
F
Release: 
a
 
R99
Use one of the following categories: 
 
(essential correction)
A
(corresponds to a correction in an earlier release)
(Addition of feature),
(Functional modification of feature)
(Editorial modification)
Detailed explanations of the above categories canbe found in 3GPP TR 21.900.
 
Use one of the following releases: 2 (GSM Phase 2)R96 (Release 1996)R97 (Release 1997)R98 (Release 1998)R99 (Release 1999)REL-4 (Release 4)REL-5 (Release 5)
 
Reason for change: 
a
 
Technical Background:In 24.008 there are 3 different information elements "MS Classmark" specified:MS Classmark 1, 2 and 3.- MS Classmark 2 contains all the information needed by a UMTS core network.- MS Classmark 1 is a short form of MS Classmark 2 and is used only for theLocation Update procedure.- MS Classmark 3 contains information needed by the GSM BSS. The MSClassmark 3 is *not* included in the initiating messages like CM Service Requestor Location Update Request, but only in RRC messages.For historical reasons the fields indicating the mobile’s ciphering capabilities aredistributed between the different MS Classmarks: support of A5/1, A5/2 and A5/3can be indicated with MS Classmark 2, but support of additional cipheringalgorithms (A5/4, ..., A5/7) can only be indicated with MS Classmark 3.TS 33.102:Within TS 33.102 it is needed to specify the mechanism how ciphering capabilityinformation in Classmarks 2 and 3 are handled in UTRAN.
Summary of change: 
a
 
 
Correct mechanism is described how UTRAN handles GSM ciphering capability
Consequences if 
a
 not approved: 
Mechanism described in TS 33.102 is not correctly described.
Clauses affected: 
a
 
6.4.5; 6.8.4
Other specs 
a
 
X
Other core specifications
a
25.331
 
CR page 2
affected: 
Test specificationsO&M Specifications
Other comments: 
a
 
How to create CRs using this form:
Comprehensive information and tips about how to create CRs can be found at: http://www.3gpp.org/3G_Specs/CRs.htm.Below is a brief summary:1) Fill out the above form. The symbols above marked
a
contain pop-up help information about the field that they areclosest to.2) Obtain the latest version for the release of the specification to which the change is proposed. Use the MS Word"revision marks" feature (also known as "track changes") when making the changes. All 3GPP specifications can bedownloaded from the 3GPP server under ftp://www.3gpp.org/specs/ For the latest version, look for the directory namewith the latest date e.g. 2000-09 contains the specifications resulting from the September 2000 TSG meetings.3) With "track changes" disabled, paste the entire CR form (use CTRL-A to select it) into the specification just in front ofthe clause containing the first piece of changed text. Delete those parts of the specification which are not relevant tothe change request.
 
 
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6.4.5 Security mode set-up procedure
This section describes one common procedure for both ciphering and integrity protection set-up. It ismandatory to start integrity protection of signalling messages by use of this procedure at each newsignalling connection establishment between MS and VLR/SGSN. The four exceptions when it is notmandatory to start integrity protection are:- If the only purpose with the signalling connection establishment and the only result is periodiclocation registration, i.e. no change of any registration information.- If there is no MS-VLR/SGSNsignalling after the initial L3 signalling message sent from MS toVLR/SGSN, i.e. in the case of deactivation indication sent from the MS followed by connectionrelease.- If the only MS-VLR/SGSN signalling after the initial L3 signalling message sent from MS toVLR/SGSN, and possible user identity request and authentication (see below), is a reject signallingmessage followed by a connection release.- If the call is an emergency call teleservice as defined in TS 22.003, see section 6.4.9.2 belowWhen the integrity protection shall be started, the only procedures between MS and VLR/SGSN that areallowed after the initial connection request (i.e. the initial Layer 3 message sent to VLR/SGSN) and beforethe security mode set-up procedure are the following:- Identification by a permanent identity (i.e. request for IMSI), and- Authentication and key agreementThe message sequence flow below describes the information transfer at initial connection establishment,possible authentication and start of integrity protection and possible ciphering.

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