5 Management Object parameters

24.2353GPP3GPP System to Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) interworking Management Object (MO)Release 12TS

5.1 General

This clause describes the parameters for the 3GPP system to WLAN interworking MO. The parameters identified in this section correspond to those operator specific files defined in 3GPP TS 24.234 [3] clause 7. This section defines only how the parameters are structured and obtained by means of OMA DM.

5.2 Node: /<X>

This interior node acts as a placeholder for a fixed node.

– Occurrence: OneOrMore

– Format: node

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: N/A

5.3 <X>/Name

The Name leaf is a name for the 3GPP system to WLAN interworking MO settings.

– Occurrence: ZeroOrOne

– Format: chr

– Access Types: Get

– Values: <User displayable name>

The User displayable name shall be represented by Unicode characters encoded as UTF-8 as specified in IETF RFC 3629 [11] and formatted using Normalization Form KC (NFKC) as specified in Unicode Standard Annex #15; Unicode Normalization Forms [7].

5.4 /<X>/HomeOperator/

The HomeOperator interior node is used to allow a reference to information required by the WLAN UE to identify and access the home network.

– Occurrence: One

– Format: node

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: N/A

5.5 /<X>/HomeOperator/NetworkID

The NetworkID interior node is used to allow a reference to a list of SSIDs that identify WLANs that have a direct relationship with the Home PLMN (HPLMN).

– Occurrence: ZeroOrOne

– Format: node

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: N/A

5.6 /<X>/HomeOperator/NetworkID/<X>

This run-time node acts as a placeholder for one or more SSIDs.

– Occurrence: OneOrMore

– Format: node

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: N/A

5.7 /<X>/HomeOperator/NetworkID/<X>/SSID

The SSID leaf identifies the SSID for a particular preferred WLAN network as defined in 3GPP TS 24.234 [3] subclause 7.6b.

– Occurrence: One

– Format: chr

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: <SSID>

The format of the SSID is defined by IEEE Std 802.11™-2007 [12].

5.8 /<X>/HomeOperator/Ext/

The Ext is an interior node for where the vendor specific information about the 3GPP System to Wireless Local Area Network MO is being placed (vendor meaning application vendor, device vendor etc.). Usually the vendor extension is identified by vendor specific name under the ext node. The tree structure under the vendor identified is not defined and can therefore include one or more un-standardized sub-trees.

– Occurrence: ZeroOrOne

– Format: node

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: N/A

5.9 /<X>/Policy/

The Policy interior node is used to reference to information required by the WLAN UE to access an I-WLAN and PLMN while roaming.

– Occurrence: ZeroOrOne

– Format: node

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: N/A

5.10 /<X>/Policy/I-WLAN_HPLMN_Priority_Indication

The I-WLAN_HPLMN_Priority_Indication leaf is defined in 3GPP TS 24.234 [3] subclause 7.10.

– Occurrence: ZeroOrOne

– Format: bin

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values:< I-WLAN_HPLMN_Priority_Indication >

The format and value of the I-WLAN_HPLMN_Priority_Indication is defined by 3GPP TS 31.102 [6] subclause 4.4.5.9.

5.11 /<X>/Policy/HPLMN_Direct_Access

The HPLMN_Direct_Access leaf corresponds to HPLMN Direct Access Indicator as defined in 3GPP TS 24.234 [3] subclause 7.11.

– Occurrence: ZeroOrOne

– Format: bin

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: < HPLMN_Direct_Access >

The format and value of the HPLMN_Direct_Access is defined by 3GPP TS 31.102 [6] subclause 4.4.5.11.

5.12 /<X>/Policy/I-WLAN_Equivalent_HPLMN_Presentation_Indication

The I-WLAN_Equivalent_HPLMN_Presentation_Indication leaf is defined in 3GPP TS 24.234 [3] subclause 7.12.

– Occurrence: ZeroOrOne

– Format: bin

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: < I-WLAN_Equivalent_HPLMN_Presentation_Indication >

The format and value of the I-WLAN_Equivalent_HPLMN_Presentation_Indication is defined by 3GPP TS 31.102 [6] subclause 4.4.5.8.

5.13 /<X>/Policy/RoamingPartnerPriorityList/

The RoamingPartnerPriorityList interior node is used to reference to information required by the WLAN UE to access an I‑WLAN and PLMN while roaming.

– Occurrence: ZeroOrOne

– Format: node

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: N/A

5.14 /<X>/Policy/RoamingPartnerPriorityList/
Operator_Controlled_PLMN_Selector_for_WLAN_access_List

The Operator_Controlled_PLMN_Selector_for_WLAN_access_List interior node is used to identify the roaming partner realms.

– Occurrence: ZeroOrOne

– Format: node

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: N/A

5.15 /<X>/Policy/RoamingPartnerPriorityList/
Operator_Controlled_PLMN_Selector_for_WLAN_access_List/<X>

This run-time node acts as a placeholder for one or more PLMN_Realms.

– Occurrence: OneOrMore

– Format: node

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: N/A

5.16 /<X>/Policy/RoamingPartnerPriorityList/
Operator_Controlled_PLMN_Selector_for_WLAN_access_List/<X>/PLMN_Realms

The PLMN_Realms leaf defines a preferred roaming partner realm and corresponds to an entry of Operator Controlled PLMN Selector for I-WLAN access as defined in 3GPP TS 24.234 [3] subclause 7.5.

– Occurrence: One

– Format: chr

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: <PLMN_Realms>

The PLMN_Realms contains a PLMN identifier (see 3GPP TS 23.003 [9]) that shall be in the form of an Internet domain name as defined by IETF RFC 4282 [8]. The syntax of the PLMN_Realms shall be as follows:

1. take the PLMN identifier (see 3GPP TS 23.003 [9]) and separate into MCC and MNC; if the MNC is 2 digits then a zero shall be added at the beginning;

2. use the MCC and MNC derived in step 1 to create the "mnc<MNC>.mcc<MCC>.3gppnetwork.org" domain name;

3. add the label "wlan." to the beginning of the domain name.

5.17 <X>/Policy/RoamingPartnerPriorityList/
Operator_Controlled_PLMN_Selector_for_WLAN_access_List/<X>Priority

The Priority leaf represents the priority given to one Operator_Controlled_PLMN_Selector_for_WLAN_access_List entry and is represented as a numerical value.

– Occurrence: One

– Format: int

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: <Priority>

In case more than one valid entry in Operator_Controlled_PLMN_Selector_for_WLAN_access_List exists, the WLAN UE shall treat the Operator_Controlled_PLMN_Selector_for_WLAN_access_List entry with the lowest Priority value as the Operator_Controlled_PLMN_Selector_for_WLAN_access_List entry having the highest priority.

5.18 /<X>/Policy/RoamingPartnerPriorityList/
Operator_Controlled_WLAN_Specific_identifier_List

The Operator_Controlled_WLAN_Specific_identifier_List interior node is to identify the preferred SSIDs the WLAN UE should scan for.

– Occurrence: ZeroOrOne

– Format: node

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: N/A

5.19 /<X>/Policy/RoamingPartnerPriorityList/
Operator_Controlled_WLAN_Specific_identifier_List/<X>

This run-time node acts as a placeholder for one or more SSID.

– Occurrence: OneOrMore

– Format: node

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: N/A

5.20 /<X>/Policy/RoamingPartnerPriorityList/
Operator_Controlled_WLAN_Specific_identifier_List /<X>/SSID

The SSID leaf defines the SSID for a particular preferred WLAN network as defined in 3GPP TS 24.234 [3] subclause 7.6a.

– Occurrence: One

– Format: chr

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: <SSID >

The format of the SSID is defined by IEEE Std 802.11™-2007 [12].

5.21 <X>/Policy/RoamingPartnerPriorityList/
Operator_Controlled_WLAN_Specific_identifier_List /<X>Priority

The Priority leaf represents the priority given to one Operator_Controlled_WLAN_Specific_identifer_List entry and is represented as a numerical value.

– Occurrence: One

– Format: int

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: <Priority>

In case more than one valid entry in Operator_Controlled_WLAN_Specific_identifier_List exists, the WLAN UE shall treat the Operator_Controlled_WLAN_Specific_identifer_List entry with the lowest Priority value as the Operator_Controlled_WLAN_Specific_identifier_List entry having the highest priority.

5.22 /<X>/Ext/

The Ext is an interior node for where the vendor specific information about the 3GPP System to Wireless Local Area Network interworking MO is being placed (vendor meaning application vendor, device vendor etc.). Usually the vendor extension is identified by vendor specific name under the ext node. The tree structure under the vendor identified is not defined and can therefore include one or more un-standardized sub-trees.

– Occurrence: ZeroOrOne

– Format: node

– Access Types: Get, Replace

– Values: N/A

Annex A (informative):
Management Object DDF

This DDF is the standardized minimal set. A vendor can define its own DDF for the complete device. This DDF can include more features than this minimal standardized version.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<!DOCTYPE MgmtTree PUBLIC "-//OMA//DTD-DM-DDF 1.2//EN"

"http://www.openmobilealliance.org/tech/DTD/dm_ddf-v1_2.dtd">

<MgmtTree>

<VerDTD>1.2</VerDTD>

<Node>

<NodeName>IWLAN</NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

</AccessType>

<Description> IWLAN settings</Description>

<DFFormat>

<node/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<OneOrMore/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle>The IWLAN Management Object.</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<DDFName/>

</DFType>

<Node>

<NodeName>Name</NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<chr/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<ZeroOrOne/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle>User displayable name for the node</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<MIME>text/plain</MIME>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

</Node>

<NodeName>HomeOperator</NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<node/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<ZeroOrOne/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle>HomeOperator Policy.</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<DDFName/>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

<Node>

<NodeName>Network_ID</NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<node/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<ZeroOrOne/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle>Home Network IDs.</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<DDFName/>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

<Node>

<NodeName></NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<node/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<OneOrMore/>

</Occurrence>

<DFType>

<DDFName></DDFName>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

<Node>

<NodeName>SSID</NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<chr/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<One/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle>SSID Reference</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<MIME>text/plain</MIME>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

</Node>

<Node>

<Node>

<Node>

<NodeName>Ext</NodeName>

<!– The Extension node starts here. –>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<node/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<ZeroOrOne/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle>A collection of all Extension objects.</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<DDFName/>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

</Node>

<Node>

<NodeName>Policy</NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<node/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<ZeroOrOne/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle>Policy Information.</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<DDFName/>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

<Node>

<NodeName>I-WLAN_HPLMN_Priority_Indication</NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<bin/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<ZeroOrOne/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle> I-WLAN_HPLMN_Priority_Indication.</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<MIME>text/plain</MIME>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

</Node>

<Node>

<NodeName>HPLMN_Direct_Access</NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<bin/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<ZeroOrOne/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle> HPLMN_Direct_Access.</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<MIME>text/plain</MIME>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

</Node>

<Node>

<NodeName>I-WLAN_Equivalent_HPLMN_Presentation_Indication</NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<bin/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<ZeroOrOne/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle>Access identity.</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<MIME>text/plain</MIME>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

</Node>

<Node>

<NodeName>RoamingPartnerPriorityList</NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<node/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<ZeroOrOne/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle> RoamingPartnerPriorityLists.</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<DDFName/>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

<Node>

<NodeName>Operator_Controlled_PLMN_Selector</NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<node/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<ZeroOrOne/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle> Realm Roaming Partners.</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<DDFName/>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

<Node>

<NodeName></NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<node/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<OneOrMore/>

</Occurrence>

<DFType>

<DDFName></DDFName>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

<Node>

<NodeName>PLMN_Realms</NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<chr/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<One/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle>List of PLMNs.</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<MIME>text/plain</MIME>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

</Node>

</Node>

<Node>

<NodeName>Priority</NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<chr/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<One/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle>Priority of PLMN identity</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<MIME>text/plain</MIME>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

</Node>

</Node>

<Node>

<NodeName>Operator_Controlled_WLAN_Specific_Identity_list</NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<node/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<ZeroOrOne/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle> WLAN Roaming Partners.</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<DDFName/>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

<Node>

<NodeName></NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<node/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<OneOrMore/>

</Occurrence>

<DFType>

<DDFName></DDFName>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

<Node>

<NodeName>SSID</NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<chr/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<One/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle> SSID Reference.</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<MIME>text/plain</MIME>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

</Node>

<Node>

<NodeName>Priority</NodeName>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<chr/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<One/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle>Priority of SSID identity</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<MIME>text/plain</MIME>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

</Node>

</Node>

</Node>

</Node>

</Node>

<Node>

<NodeName>Ext</NodeName>

<!– The Extension node starts here. –>

<DFProperties>

<AccessType>

<Get/>

<Replace/>

</AccessType>

<DFFormat>

<node/>

</DFFormat>

<Occurrence>

<ZeroOrOne/>

</Occurrence>

<DFTitle>A collection of all Extension objects.</DFTitle>

<DFType>

<DDFName/>

</DFType>

</DFProperties>

</Node>

</Node>

</MgmtTree>

Annex B (informative):
Change history

Change history

Date

TSG #

TSG Doc.

CR

Rev

Subject/Comment

Old

New

2011-01

Version 0.0.1: Preliminary proposal, contained in C1-110880

0.0.1

2011-02

Contained in C1-111199

Updated to include the following:

Right clip on the front page

Change scope to include PLMN selection

Identity that the leafs only cover the operator configurable files in 3GPP TS 24.234

Dereference the OMA WLAN MO

Add priority leaf in for SSID and PLMN realm

0.0.1

0.0.2

2011-02

Contained in C1-111491

0.0.2

0.0.3

2011-03

CT-51

CP-110150

Version 1.0.0 created for presentation to CT-51 for information and approval

0.0.3

1.0.0

2011-03

CT-51

Correction of styles

Introduce missing abbreviations

1.0.0

1.0.1

2011-03

CT-51

Introduction of the TS-number

1.0.1

1.0.2

2011-03

CT-51

Version 10.0.0 created after approval at CT-51

1.0.2

10.0.0

2011-06

CT-52

CP-110473

0001

MO identifier registered by OMNA

10.0.0

10.1.0

2011-09

CT-53

CP-110694

0002

Correction to terminology and editorials

10.1.0

11.0.0

2012-06

CT-56

CP-120326

0003

1

Corrections and editorial cleanup

11.0.0

11.1.0

2014-09

CT-65

Upgrade to Rel-12

11.1.0

12.0.0

2014-12

CT-6

CP-140836

0004

3

I-WLAN maintenanc

12.0.0

12.1.0