3 Information stored in location registers

03.153GPPTechnical realization of Operator Determined Barring (ODB)TS

3.1 Information stored in the HLR

The HLR must store subscription information for each mobile subscriber to define which of the following categories of barring is to be applied, independently of each other:

Barring of outgoing calls (including mobile originated short messages) – one of:

– Barring of all outgoing calls;

– Barring of all outgoing international calls;

– Barring of all outgoing international calls except those directed to the home PLMN country;

– Barring of all outgoing calls when roaming outside the home PLMN country;

– Barring of all outgoing inter-zonal calls;

– Barring of all outgoing inter-zonal calls except those directed to the home PLMN country;

– Barring of all outgoing international calls except those directed to the home PLMN country AND barring of all outgoing inter-zonal calls.

Barring of incoming calls (including mobile terminated short messages) – one of:

– Barring of all incoming calls;

– Barring of all incoming calls when roaming outside the home PLMN country;

– Barring of all incoming calls when roaming outside the zone of the home PLMN country.

Barring of roaming – one of:

– Barring of roaming outside the home PLMN;

– Barring of roaming outside the home PLMN country.

Barring of outgoing premium rate calls – one or both of:

– Barring of outgoing premium rate (information) calls;

– Barring of outgoing premium rate (entertainment) calls.

Barring specific to the home PLMN – when the mobile station is registered in its home PLMN, any one or more of:

– Operator Specific Barring (Type 1);

– Operator Specific Barring (Type 2);

– Operator Specific Barring (Type 3);

– Operator Specific Barring (Type 4).

Barring of Supplementary Services Management.

Barring of registration of call forwarding – one of:

– Barring of registration of any forwarded-to number;

– Barring of registration of any international forwarded-to number;

– Barring of registration of any international forwarded-to number except a number within the HPLMN country;

– Barring of registration of any inter-zonal forwarded-to number;

– Barring of registration of any inter-zonal forwarded-to number except a number within the HPLMN country.

Barring of invocation of call transfer:

one of:

– Barring of invocation of any call transfer;

– Barring of invocation of call transfer where at least one of the two calls is a call charged to the served subscriber;

– Barring of invocation of call transfer where at least one of the two calls is a call charged to the served subscriber at international rates, i.e. the call is either an outgoing international call or an incoming call when the served subscriber roams outside the HPLMN country;

– Barring of invocation of call transfer where at least one of the two calls is a call charged to the served subscriber at inter-zonal rates, i.e. the call is either an outgoing inter-zonal call or an incoming call when the served subscriber roams to a VPLMN in a different zone from the HPLMN;

and independently:

– Barring of invocation of call transfer where both calls are calls charged to the served subscriber;

and independently:

– Barring of invocation of call transfer when there is an existing transferred call for the served subscriber in the same MSC/VLR.

3.2 Information stored in the VLR

The VLR must store subscription information for each mobile subscriber to define which of the following categories of barring is to be applied, independently of each other:

Barring of outgoing calls (including mobile originated short messages) – one of:

– Barring of all outgoing calls;

– Barring of all outgoing international calls;

– Barring of all outgoing international calls except those directed to the home PLMN country;

– Barring of all outgoing inter-zonal calls;

– Barring of all outgoing inter-zonal calls except those directed to the home PLMN country;

– Barring of all outgoing international calls except those directed to the home PLMN country AND barring of all outgoing inter-zonal calls.

Barring of outgoing premium rate calls – one or both of:

– Barring of outgoing premium rate (information) calls;

– Barring of outgoing premium rate (entertainment) calls.

Barring specific to the home PLMN – when the mobile station is registered in its home PLMN, any one or more of:

– Operator Specific Barring (Type 1);

– Operator Specific Barring (Type 2);

– Operator Specific Barring (Type 3);

– Operator Specific Barring (Type 4).

Barring of Supplementary Services Management.

Barring of invocation of call transfer:

one of:

– Barring of invocation of any call transfer;

– Barring of invocation of call transfer where at least one of the two calls is a call charged to the served subscriber;

– Barring of invocation of call transfer where at least one of the two calls is a call charged to the served subscriber at international rates, i.e. the call is either an outgoing international call or an incoming call when the served subscriber roams outside the HPLMN country;

– Barring of invocation of call transfer where at least one of the two calls is a call charged to the served subscriber at inter-zonal rates, i.e. the call is either an outgoing inter-zonal call or an incoming call when the served subscriber roams to a VPLMN in a different zone from the HPLMN.

and independently:

– Barring of invocation of call transfer where both calls are calls charged to the served subscriber;

and independently:

– Barring of invocation of call transfer when there is an existing transferred call for the served subscriber in the same MSC/VLR.

3.3 Information stored in the SGSN

The SGSN must store subscription information for each mobile subscriber to define which of the following categories of barring is to be applied, independently of each other:

Barring of mobile originated short messages – one of:

– Barring of all outgoing calls;

– Barring of all outgoing international calls;

– Barring of all outgoing international calls except those directed to the home PLMN country;

– Barring of all outgoing inter-zonal calls;

– Barring of all outgoing inter-zonal calls except those directed to the home PLMN country;

– Barring of all outgoing international calls except those directed to the home PLMN country AND barring of all outgoing inter-zonal calls.

Barring specific to the home PLMN of mobile originated short messages – when the mobile station is registered in its home PLMN, any one or more of:

– Operator Specific Barring (Type 1);

– Operator Specific Barring (Type 2);

– Operator Specific Barring (Type 3);

– Operator Specific Barring (Type 4).

3.4 Transfer of Subscription Information from HLR to VLR

The following subscription information for Operator Determined Barring must be transferred from the HLR to the VLR when a mobile station registers in a VLR:

– Barring of outgoing calls;

– Barring of outgoing premium rate calls;

– Barring of supplementary services management;

– Barring of invocation of call transfer.

In addition, when a mobile station registers in a VLR in its home PLMN the subscription information for Operator Determined Barring specific to the home PLMN must be transferred from the HLR to the VLR.

3.5 Transfer of Subscription Information from HLR to SGSN

The following subscription information for Operator Determined Barring must be transferred from the HLR to the SGSN when a mobile station registers in a SGSN:

– Barring of outgoing calls (which leads to barring of mobile originated short messages).

In addition, when a mobile station registers in a SGSN in its home PLMN the subscription information for Operator Determined Barring specific to the home PLMN must be transferred from the HLR to the SGSN.

Annex A (informative):
Status of Technical Specification GSM 03.15

Status of Technical Specification GSM 03.15

date version remarks

January 1994 Version 4.3.0 CR agreed at SMG #10:
CR 03.15-004

September 1994 Version 4.3.1 ETS 300 533

December 1995 Version 5.0.0 CR agreed at SMG #13:
CR 03.15-A001
CR agreed at SMG #14:
CR 03.15-A002

February 1997 Version 5.1.0 CRs agreed at SMG #21:
CR 03.15-A003 rev 4
CR 03.08-A004

June 1998 Version 6.0.0 CRs agreed at SMG#26
CR 03.15-A005 rev 1

June 1999 Version 6.1.0 CRs agreed at SMG#29
CR 03.15-A006 rev. 1

August 1999 Version 7.0.0 Specification version upgrade to Release 1998 version 7.0.0

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