6 Information Object Classes

32.7323GPPInformation Service (IS)IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) Network Resource Model (NRM) Integration Reference Point (IRP)Release 11Telecommunication managementTS

6.1 Imported information entities and local labels

Label reference

Local label

32.622 [9], information object class, Link

Link

32.622 [9], information object class, ManagedElement

ManagedElement

6.2 Class diagram

6.2.1 Attributes and relationships

This clause depicts the set of IOCs that encapsulate information relevant for this service. This clause provides the overview of all information object classes in UML. Subsequent clauses provide more detailed specification of various aspects of these information object classes.

The figures below show the containment/naming hierarchy and the associations of the information object classes defined in the present document.

NOTE: The listed cardinality numbers represent transient as well as steady-state numbers, and reflect all managed object creation and deletion scenarios in all figures.

Figure 6.2.1: IMS NRM Containment/Naming relationships

Note: If this NRM has interfaces (Link IOCs) modelled to IOCs in other NRM(s), the Link IOC definitions may be defined in the other NRM(s) and need to be considered in implementations.

Figure 6.2.1.1: IMS NRM Link Associations 1

Figure 6.2.1.2: IMS NRM Link Associations 2

Figure 6.2.1.3: IMS NRM Link Associations 3

Figure 6.2.1.4: IMS NRM Link Associations 4

Figure 6.2.1.5: IMS NRM Link Associations 5

Figure 6.2.1.6: IMS NRM Link Associations 6

6.2.2 Inheritance

This clause depicts the inheritance relationships that exist between IOCs.

Figure 6.2.2.1: IMS NRM Inheritance Hierarchy 1

Figure 6.2.2.2: IMS NRM Inheritance Hierarchy 2

Figure 6.2.2.3: IMS NRM Inheritance Hierarchy 3

Figure 6.2.2.4: IMS NRM Inheritance Hierarchy 4

Figure 6.2.2.5: IMS NRM Inheritance Hierarchy 5

Figure 6.2.2.6: IMS NRM Inheritance Hierarchy 6

Figure 6.2.2.7: IMS NRM Inheritance Hierarchy 7

6.3 Information object class definitions

6.3.1 ASFunction

6.3.1.1 Definition

This IOC represents AS functionality. For more information about the AS, see 3GPP TS 23.002 [8]. AsFunction may be instantiated when a specific Application Server type is not already represented with an IOC subclassed from this IOC in this specification. If the Application Server type is already represented by an IOC in this specification, then it should instead be used. In the case a subclassed IOC is utilized, the AsFunction relationships (including link objects) are carried forward to the sub-classed IOC through inheritance.

6.3.1.2 Attributes

Attribute name

Support Qualifier

Read Qualifier

Write Qualifier

asFunctionId

M

M

linkList

O

M

6.3.1.3 Notifications

The common notifications defined in subclause 6.6 are valid for this IOC, without exceptions or additions.

6.3.2 BGCFFunction

6.3.2.1 Definition

This IOC represents BGCF functionality. For more information about the BGCF, see 3GPP TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.2.2 Attributes

Attribute name

Support Qualifier

Read Qualifier

Write Qualifier

bgcfFunctionId

M

M

linkList

O

M

6.3.2.3 Notifications

The common notifications defined in subclause 6.6 are valid for this IOC, without exceptions or additions.

6.3.3 CAMELIMSSFASFunction

6.3.3.1 Definition

This IOC represents CAMEL IM-SSF AS functionality. For more information about the CAMEL IM-SSF AS, see 3GPP TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.3.2 Attributes

Void.

6.3.4 CSCFFunction

6.3.4.1 Definition

This IOC represents CSCF functionality. For more information about the CSCF, see 3GPP TS 23.002 [8].

This IOC cannot be instantiated. It is defined for sub-classing purposes.

6.3.4.2 Attributes

Attribute name

Support Qualifier

Read Qualifier

Write Qualifier

cscfFunctionId

M

M

linkList

O

M

6.3.4.3 Notifications

The common notifications defined in subclause 6.6 are valid for this IOC, without exceptions or additions.

6.3.5 HSSFunction

6.3.5.1 Definition

This IOC represents HSS functionality. For more information about the HSS, see 3GPP TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.5.2 Attributes

Attribute name

Support Qualifier

Read Qualifier

Write Qualifier

hssFunctionId

M

M

linkList

O

M

6.3.5.3 Notifications

The common notifications defined in subclause 6.6 are valid for this IOC, without exceptions or additions.

6.3.6 ICSCFFunction

6.3.6.1 Definition

This IOC represents I-CSCF functionality. For more information about the I-CSCF, see 3GPP TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.6.2 Attributes

Void.

6.3.6.3 Notifications

The common notifications defined in subclause 6.6 are valid for this IOC, without exceptions or additions.

6.3.7 IMSMGWFunction

6.3.7.1 Definition

This IOC represents IMS-MGW functionality. For more information about IMS-MGW, see 3GPP TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.7.2 Attributes

Attribute name

Support Qualifier

Read Qualifier

Write Qualifier

imsMgwFunctionId

M

M

linkList

O

M

6.3.7.3 Notifications

The common notifications defined in subclause 6.6 are valid for this IOC, without exceptions or additions.

6.3.8 MGCFFunction

6.3.8.1 Definition

This IOC represents MGCF functionality. For more information about the MGCF, see 3GPP TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.8.2 Attributes

Attribute name

Support Qualifier

Read Qualifier

Write Qualifier

mgcfFunctionId

M

M

linkList

O

M

6.3.8.3 Notifications

The common notifications defined in subclause 6.6 are valid for this IOC, without exceptions or additions.

6.3.9 MRFCFunction

6.3.9.1 Definition

This IOC represents MRFC functionality. For more information about the MRFC, see 3GPP TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.9.2 Attributes

Attribute name

Support Qualifier

Read Qualifier

Write Qualifier

mrfcFunctionId

M

M

linkList

O

M

6.3.9.3 Notifications

The common notifications defined in subclause 6.6 are valid for this IOC, without exceptions or additions.

6.3.10 MRFPFunction

6.3.10.1 Definition

This IOC represents MRFP functionality. For more information about the MRFP, see 3GPP TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.10.2 Attributes

Attribute name

Support Qualifier

Read Qualifier

Write Qualifier

mrfpFunctionId

M

M

linkList

O

M

6.3.10.3 Notifications

The common notifications defined in subclause 6.6 are valid for this IOC, without exceptions or additions.

6.3.11 OSASCSASFunction

6.3.11.1 Definition

This IOC represents OSA Application Server (Service Capability Server) functionality. For more information about the OSA Service Capability Server, see 3GPP TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.11.2 Attributes

Void.

6.3.12 PCSCFFunction

6.3.12.1 Definition

This IOC represents P-CSCF functionality. For more information about the P-CSCF, see 3GPP TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.12.2 Attributes

Void.

6.3.12.3 Notifications

The common notifications defined in subclause 6.6 are valid for this IOC, without exceptions or additions.

6.3.13 SCSFFunction

6.3.13.1 Definition

This IOC represents S-CSCF functionality. For more information about the S-CSCF, see 3GPP TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.13.2 Attributes

Void.

6.3.13.3 Notifications

The common notifications defined in subclause 6.6 are valid for this IOC, without exceptions or additions.

6.3.14 SIPASFunction

6.3.14.1 Definition

This IOC represents SIP AS functionality. For more information about the SIP AS, see 3GPP TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.14.2 Attributes

Void.

6.3.15 SLFFunction

6.3.15.1 Definition

This IOC represents SLF functionality. For more information about the SLF, see 3GPP TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.15.2 Attributes

Attribute name

Support Qualifier

Read Qualifier

Write Qualifier

slfFunctionId

M

M

linkList

O

M

6.3.15.3 Notifications

The common notifications defined in subclause 6.6 are valid for this IOC, without exceptions or additions.

6.3.16 ECSCFFunction

6.3.16.1 Definition

This IOC represents E-CSCF functionality. For more information about the E-CSCF, see 3GPP TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.16.2 Attributes

Void.

6.3.16.3 Notifications

The common notifications defined in subclause 6.6 are valid for this IOC, without exceptions or additions.

6.3.50 Reserved for Future Use

6.3.51 Void

6.3.52 Link_AS_ICSCF

6.3. 52.1 Definition

This IOC models the Ma reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.53 Link_AS_SCSCF

6.3.53.1 Definition

This IOC models the Isc reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.54 Link_AS_SLF

6.3.54.1 Definition

This models the Dh reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.55 Link_BGCF_BGCF

6.3.55.1 Definition

This models the Mk reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.56 VoidVoid

6.3.57 Link_BGCF_MGCF

6.3.57.1 Definition

This models the Mj reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.58 Link_BGCF_SCSCF

6.3.58.1 Definition

This models the Mi reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.59 Void

6.3.60 Link_HSS_ICSCF

6.3.60.1 Definition

This IOC models the Cx reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.61 Link_ICSCF_SCSCF

6.3.61.1 Definition

This models the Mw reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.62 Link_ICSCF_MGCF

6.3.62.1 Definition

This IOC models the Mg reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.63 VoidVoid

6.3.64 Link_ICSCF_PCSCF

6.3.64.1 Definition

This models the Mw reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.65 Link_PCSCF_SCSCF

6.3.65.1 Definition

This models the Mw reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.66 Void

6.3.67 Link_CAMELIMSSFAS_HSS

6.3.67.1 Definition

This IOC models the Si reference point between CAMEL Application Server (IM-SSF) and HSS as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.68 Link_HSS_OSASCSAS

6.3.68.1 Definition

This IOC models the Sh reference point between OSA Application Server (Service Capability Server) and HSS as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.69 Link_HSS_SCSCF

6.3.69.1 Definition

This IOC models the Cx reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.70 Link_HSS_SIPAS

6.3.70.1 Definition

This IOC models the Sh reference point between SIP Application Server and HSS as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.71 Link_ICSCF_SLF

6.3.71.1 Definition

This models the Dx reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.72 Link_IMSMGW_MGCF

6.3.72.1 Definition

This models the Mn reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.73 Link_MGCF_SCSCF

6.3.73.1 Definitions

This models the Mg reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.74 Link_MRFC_MRFP

6.3.74.1 Definition

This IOC models the Mp reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.75 Link_MRFC_SCSCF

6.3.75.1 Definition

This IOC models the Mr reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.76 Link_SCSCF_SCSCF

6.3.76.1 Definition

This models the Mw reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.77 Link_SCSCF_SLF

6.3.77.1 Definition

This IOC models the Dx reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.78 Link_PCSCF_ECSCF

6.3.78.1 Definition

This IOC models the Mw reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.79 Link_BGCF_ECSCF

6.3.79.1 Definition

This IOC models the Mi reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.3.80 Link_MGCF_ECSCF

6.3.80.1 Definition

This IOC models the Mg reference point as defined in TS 23.002 [8].

6.4 Information relationship definitions

In this version of the present document there are no information relationship definitions.

6.5 Information attribute definitions

6.5.1 Definition and legal values

Attribute Name

Definition

Legal Values

asFunctionId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC.

This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

bgcfFunctionId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC.

This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

cscfFunctionId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC.

This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

icscfFunctionId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC.

This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

imsMgwFunctionId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC.

This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

linkList

An attribute containing all of the related link object Distinguished Names for the object instance, if any.

mgcfFunctionId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC.

This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

mrfcFunctionId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC.

This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

mrfpFunctionId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC.

This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

pcscfFunctionId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC.

This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

scscfFunctionId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC.

This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

slfFunctionId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC.

This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

hssFunctionId

An attribute whose ‘name+value’ can be used as an RDN when naming an instance of the IOC.

This RDN uniquely identifies the object instance within the scope of its containing (parent) object instance.

6.5.2 Constraints

Name

Definition

6.6 Common notifications

This subclause contains a list of notifications that can be referred to by any IOC defined by this IRP specification.
These notifications are only applicable to IOCs referring to this subclause.

Name

Qualifier

Notes

notifyAckStateChanged

See Alarm IRP (3GPP TS 32.111-2 [5])

notifyAlarmListRebuilt

See Alarm IRP (3GPP TS 32.111-2 [5])

notifyChangedAlarm

See Alarm IRP (3GPP TS 32.111-2 [5])

notifyClearedAlarm

See Alarm IRP (3GPP TS 32.111-2 [5])

notifyComments

See Alarm IRP (3GPP TS 32.111-2 [5])

notifyNewAlarm

See Alarm IRP (3GPP TS 32.111-2 [5])

notifyPotentialFaultyAlarmList

See Alarm IRP (3GPP TS 32.111-2 [5])

notifyObjectCreation

See Kernel CM IRP (3GPP TS 32.662 [3])

notifyObjectDeletion

See Kernel CM IRP (3GPP TS 32.662 [3])

notifyAttributeValueChange

See Kernel CM IRP (3GPP TS 32.662 [3])

6.7 Particular information configurations

Not applicable.

Annex A (informative):
Change history

Change history

Date

TSG #

TSG Doc.

CR

R

Subject/Comment

Cat

Old

New

Sep 2006

SA_33

SP-060563

Submitted to TSG SA #33 for Information

1.0.0

Dec 2006

SA_34

SP-060750

Submitted to TSG SA #34 for Approval

2.0.0

7.0.0

Mar 2007

SA_35

SP-070047

0001

Add HssFunction to IMS NRM

F

7.0.0

7.1.0

Jun 2007

SA_36

SP-070276

0002

Change in cardinalities of IMS managed functions

F

7.1.0

7.2.0

Jun 2007

SA_36

SP-070276

0003

Correct definitions of AsFunctions – Align with 23.002

F

7.1.0

7.2.0

Jun 2007

SA_36

SP-070276

0004

Add missing Link_As_Icscf to IMS NRM – Align with 23.002

F

7.1.0

7.2.0

Sep 2007

SA_37

SP-070612

0006

Add missing link attributes to IMS NRM – Align with 3GPP2

F

7.2.0

7.3.0

Sep 2007

SA_37

SP-070610

0005

Correct description of common notifications – Align with Rel-8 32.151 IRP IS Template

F

7.3.0

8.0.0

Jun 2008

SA_40

SP-080329

0007

Correction of the CamelImSsfAsFunction definition

F

8.0.0

8.1.0

Dec 2009

Update to Rel-9 version

8.1.0

9.0.0

Dec 2010

SA_50

SP-100758

0008

5

Correcting CscfFunction definition of IMS NRM – Align with SA2 TS 23.002

F

9.0.0

9.1.0

Mar 2011

Update to Rel-10 version (MCC)

9.1.0

10.0.0

Sep 2011

SA_53

SP-110536

0010

Add ECSCFFunction to IMS NRM

B

10.0.0

11.0.0