11 Security Features

22.1003GPPTSUMTS Phase 1

Security requirements for UMTS Phase 1 Release ‘99 are defined in the UMTS 21.133 specification [6].

Annex A (informative):
Change history

Change history

SMG No./
TSG SA#

TDoc. No.

CR. No.

Section affected

New version

Subject/Comments

SMG#28

Version 3.0.0

Approved

SA#2 Florida

SP-99015

001

5

Version 3.1.0

Cell Broadcast Service in UMTS

SA#2 Florida

SP-99015

002

4

Version 3.1.0

Addition and clarification of general Operator requirement for 3G System

SA#2 Florida

SP-99015

007

4.1

Version 3.1.0

UMTS and Cross Phase Compatibility

SA#3 Japan

SP-99103

005r2

8. UMTS Core Network

Version 3.2.0

UMTS phase 1 shall support «Global Roaming» as basic capability. It is expected that the number of inter-network roaming will increase, therefore the reduction of inter-network signal traffic will be important. It is required to support the optimisation of inter-network signalling.

SA#3 Japan

SP-99103

010

Adding a new Section 5

(Affects References to Sections in this column)

Version 3.2.0

Proposed new section on UMTS access arrangements: To complete the specification with Fixed and Mobile Convergence issues

SA#3 Japan

SP-99103

014

8 UMTS Core Network

Version 3.2.0

GSM evolved core network requirements to 3GPP from TTC: The description of «account for user traffic and signalling traffic» is nothing in core network requirements. This requirement is supported in TTC. It is required to support the traffic monitoring and measurement in phase 1 UMTS core network.

SA#3 Japan

SP-99103

008

5 Services

Version 3.3.0

Draft

From the viewpoint of market requirement in Japan, real time non-transparent FAX service should be supported in UMTS.

SA#4 Miami, Florida, USA

SP-99231

015

7 UTRAN Capabilities,

9 UMTS Core Network

(Adjusted the Section numbers to match the source specification)

Version 3.3.0

The re-negotiation during call/session is the feature of UMTS/IMT2000. This feature shall be possible for the user to modify QoS parameters. Therefore, the user can modify the bearer by application during call/session. It provides more flexible service capability to the users.

SA#4 Miami, Florida, USA

SP-99234

016

6.1 Teleservices and Supplementary Services

Version 3.3.0

To reflect the view of TSG T WG2 which is that for Release ‘99 SMS specifications are based on the current GSM SMS specifications.

SA#4 Miami, Florida, USA

SP-99233

017

2.1 Normative References

11 Security Features

Version 3.3.0

To align the specification with the fact that S3 defines security requirements for UMTS Phase 1 Release ‘99.

SA#4 Miami, Florida, USA

SP-99232

018

Title, scope and section 2.1.

Version 3.3.0

Modifications to 3G TS 22.100 to reflect clearly the status of the specification and its relationship with other 22.xxx series of document.

SA#4 Miami, Florida, USA

SP-99226

019

Section 6

Version 3.3.0

Adds a requirement to support an emergency call teleservice as defined in TS22.101

SA#4 Miami, Florida, USA

SP-99229

020r1

Section 4

Version 3.3.0

To make Numbering schemes described in 22.101 part of UMTS Phase 1 R’ 99 requirements

SA#4 Miami, Florida, USA

SP-99227

021r3

Fax section in 6.1

Version 3.3.0

Clarification of the fax requirements and including a definition of the real-time fax requirements.

SA#5, Kyongju, Korea

439

026

Support of SAT by USIM

SA#5, Kyongju, Korea

479

023

Editorial changes related to terminology

SA#5, Kyongju, Korea

479

022

Editorial Changes to account for the new specification numbering scheme

SA#5, Kyongju, Korea

479

027

Editorial update of references for GSM/3GPP use.

SA#5, Kyongju, Korea

452

025

Vocabulary and rel 99 alignment

SA#5, Kyongju, Korea

452

024

To propose the organisation of standardisation for future releases.

SA#6, Nice, France

528

028

Clause 9

3.5.0

Support of Mobile IP in Release ‘99

Change history

TSG SA#

SA Doc.

SA1 Doc

Spec

CR

Rev

Rel

Cat

Subject/Comment

Old

New

SMG#28

22.100

Version 3.0.0

3.0.0

SP-03

SP-99103

S1-99196

22.100

A008

R99

C

Added support of real time non-transparent fax service as an option.Alternatively, a store and forward service can be envisaged for sub-sequent delivery to FAX Machine in PSTN/ISDN.

3.1.0

3.2.0

SP-03

SP-99103

S1-99221

22.100

A010

R99

B

Mobiles to operate in different access arrangements

3.1.0

3.2.0

SP-03

SP-99103

S1-99195

22.100

A014

R99

B

UMTS Phase 1 core network to support facilities for monitoring and measurement of traffic flows and characteristics within the network eg for congestion control.

3.1.0

3.2.0

SP-03

SP-99103

S1-99193

22.100

A005

2

R99

B

Addition of new phrase for optimisation of inter-network signalling: UMTS Phase 1 network shall provide an effective solution of inter-network traffic and signalling in case of global roaming.

3.1.0

3.2.0

SP-04

SP-99231

S1-99378

22.100

015

R99

B

Re-negotiation during Call/Session – Modify QoS Parameters

3.3.0

3.4.0

SP-04

SP-99234

S1-99355

22.100

016

R99

D

Reflect the view of TSG T WG2 which is that for Release ‘99 SMS specifications are based on the current GSM SMS specifications see 309

3.3.0

3.4.0

SP-04

SP-99233

S1-99366

22.100

017

R99

C

CR on security requirements for UMTS Phase 1 Release ‘99: To align the specification with the fact that S3 defines security requirements for UMTS Phase 1 Release ‘99.

3.3.0

3.4.0

SP-04

SP-99232

S1-99369

22.100

018

R99

F

Relationship between UMTS 22.00 and other 22.xx document series

3.3.0

3.4.0

SP-04

SP-99226

S1-99373

22.100

019

R99

B

Handling of Emergency Numbers:Adds a requirement to support an emergency call teleservice as defined in TS22.101

3.3.0

3.4.0

SP-04

SP-99229

S1-99377

22.100

020

1

R99

B

Clarify the numbering scheme in UMTS/IMT2000:The phase 1 UMTS core network shall support single and multiple numbering schemes described in 22.101

3.3.0

3.4.0

SP-04

SP-99227

S1-99394

22.100

021

3

R99

F

Clarification of the fax requirements and including a definition of the real-time fax requirements. Replaces 388

3.3.0

3.4.0

SP-05

SP-99479

S1-99382

22.100

022

R99

D

Editorial changes for new spec numbering scheme

3.3.0

3.4.0

SP-05

SP-99479

S1-99544

22.100

023

R99

D

Editorial changes for terminology

3.3.0

3.4.0

SP-05

SP-99452

S1-99538

22.100

024

R99

F

UMTS Phase 1 future releases

3.3.0

3.4.0

SP-05

SP-99452

S1-99856

22.100

025

R99

F

Release ‘99 alignments and corrections

3.3.0

3.4.0

SP-05

SP-99439

S1-99736

22.100

026

R99

F

Support of SAT by USIM (was #023)

3.3.0

3.4.0

SP-05

SP-99479

S1-99641

22.100

027

R99

D

Editorial changes for references (was #024)

3.3.0

3.4.0

SP-06

SP-99528

S1-991047

22.100

028

R99

B

Support of Mobile IP in Release ‘99

3.4.0

3.5.0

SP-07

SP-000064

S1-000125

22.100

029

R99

F

SoLSA not applicable for UMTS Release ‘99

3.5.0

3.6.0

SP-13

SP-010428

S1-010862

22.100

030

2

R99

F

Correction of support of facsimile teleservice for UMTS R99 specifications

3.6.0

3.7.0