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Gsm Specifications

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The following mapping applies to the encapsulation performed in MSC-A.

3GPP

3GPP TS 29.010 V4.8.0 (2004-03)

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Release 4

----------------------------------------------------------------
| 24.008/48.008 29.002 |Notes
--------
------------------------------------------------------
Forward | BSSAP messages MAP FORWARD ACCESS SIGNALLING|
message | request | 1
| |
| -AN-APDU (BSSAP messages)|
--------
------------------------------------------------------
Positive| |
result | | 2
--------
------------------------------------------------------
Negative| |
result | MAP CLOSE |
| MAP U/P -ABORT |
| |

NOTE 1: Complete BSSAP messages to be sent on MSC-B - BSS-B interface (BSSMAP or DTAP messages) are
embedded into the AN-APDU parameter (see Annex A of 3GPP TS 48.008 for the description of the set
of BSSMAP messages).

NOTE 2: The Return Result does not apply. If MSC-B returns a message, this message will arrive in an Invoke:
Process Access Signalling.

The following mapping applies to the encapsulation performed in MSC-B.

----------------------------------------------------------------
| 24.008/48.008 29.002 |Notes
--------
------------------------------------------------------
Forward | BSSAP messages MAP PROCESS ACCESS SIGNALLING|
message | request | 1
| |
| -AN-APDU (BSSAP messages)|
--------
------------------------------------------------------
Positive| |
result | | 2
--------
------------------------------------------------------
Negative| |
result | MAP CLOSE |
| CLEAR COMMAND |
| |
| equipment failure MAP U/P -ABORT | 3
| |

NOTE 1: Complete BSSAP messages to be sent to MSC-A (BSSMAP or DTAP messages) are embedded into the
AN-APDU parameter (see 3GPP TS 49.008 for the description of the set of BSSMAP messages).

NOTE 2: The Return Result does not apply. If MSC-A returns a message, this message will arrive in an Invoke:
Forward Access Signalling.

NOTE 3: The abortion of the dialogue triggers the clearing of the circuit connection with MSC-A, if any, of the
Radio Resources on the A-Interface and the release of the SCCP connection between MSC-B and BSS-B.
The clearing of the Radio Resources (the clearing indication received from BSS-B is transmitted to
MSC-A) or the loss of the SCCP connection between MSC-B and BSS-B, triggers in MSC-B the abortion
of the dialogue on the E-Interface and the clearing of the circuit connection with MSC-A, if any.

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