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PK@t` PKDOEBPS/sbico_intro.htm * Online Mediation Controller PICS Overview

1 Online Mediation Controller PICS Overview

This book describes how Oracle Communications Online Mediation Controller supports different protocols. Each chapter lists the supported messages and AVPs for a specific protocol.

Online Mediation Controller Supported Protocols

Online Mediation Controller supports the protocols defined in the following standards:

Diameter Ro

  • IETF RFC 3588, Diameter Base Protocol

  • IETF RFC 4006, Diameter Credit-Control Application

  • ETSI TS 132 299 V7.5.0, Telecommunication management; Charging management; Diameter charging applications (3GPP TS 32.299)

  • ETSI TS 132 296 V7.0.0, Telecommunication management; Charging management; Online Charging System (OCS): Applications and interfaces (3GPP TS 32.296)

  • ETSI TS 132 240 V7.2.0, Telecommunication management; Charging management; Charging architecture and principles (3GPP TS 32.240)

  • ETSI TS 132 260 V8.7.0, Telecommunication management; Charging management; IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) charging (3GPP TS 32.260)

  • 3GPP TS 29.329 V9.5.0 (2011-12), Sh Interface based on the Diameter Protocol

RADIUS

  • IETF RFC 2865, RADIUS Base Protocol

  • IETF RFC 3579, RADIUS Support For Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP)

  • IETF RFC 2866, RADIUS Accounting Application

  • IETF RFC 2869 (part of), RADIUS Accounting Interim Update

PK PKDOEBPS/title.htmW Oracle Communications Service Broker Online Mediation Controller Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement, Release 6.1

Oracle® Communications Service Broker

Online Mediation Controller Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement

Release 6.1

E29448-01

February 2013


Oracle Communications Service Broker Online Mediation Controller Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement, Release 6.1

E29448-01

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PKYB\WPKDOEBPS/sbico_radius.htm|Z Radius Compliance Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement

4 Radius Compliance Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement

This chapter describes how Oracle Communications Online Mediation Controller supports Radius commands and Attribute-Value Pairs (AVPs) defined in RFC 2865, Remote Authentication Dial In User Service (RADIUS) and RFC 2866, RADIUS Accounting.

Supported Packets

Table 4-1 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports RADIUS packets.

Table 4-1 Supported Radius Packets

OperationStatus

Access-Request

Supported

Access-Accept

Supported

Access-Reject

Supported

Access-Challenge

Supported

Accounting-Request

Supported

Accounting-Response

Supported


Access-Request

Table 4-2 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Access-Request attributes.

Table 4-2 Access-Request Attributes

AttributeStatus

User-Name

Supported

User-Password

Supported

CHAP-Password

Supported

CHAP-Challenge

Supported

NAS-IP-Address

Supported

NAS-Port

Supported

NAS-Port-Type

Supported

NAS-Identifier

Supported

Service-Type

Supported

Framed-Protocol

Supported

Framed-IP-Address

Supported

Framed-IP-Netmask

Supported

Framed-MTU

Supported

Framed-Compression

Supported

Login-IP-Host

Supported

Callback-Number

Supported

Called-Station-Id

Supported

Calling-Station-Id

Supported

State

Supported

Proxy-State

Supported

Login-LAT-Service

Supported

Login-LAT-Node

Supported

Login-LAT-Group

Supported

Login-LAT-Port

Supported

Vendor-Specific

Supported


Access-Accept

Table 4-3 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Access-Accept attributes.

Table 4-3 Access-Accept Attributes

AttributeStatus

User-Name

Supported

Service-Type

Supported

Framed-Protocol

Supported

Framed-IP-Address

Supported

Framed-IP-Netmask

Supported

Framed-Routing

Supported

Framed-Route

Supported

Framed-IPX-Network

Supported

Framed-AppleTalk-Link

Supported

Framed-AppleTalk-Network

Supported

Framed-AppleTalk-Zone

Supported

Filter-Id

Supported

Framed-MTU

Supported

Framed-Compression

Supported

Login-IP-Host

Supported

Login-Service

Supported

Login-TCP-Port

Supported

Reply-Message

Supported

Callback-Number

Supported

Callback-Id

Supported

Class

Supported

Session-Timeout

Supported

Idle-Timeout

Supported

Termination-Action

Supported

State

Supported

Proxy-State

Supported

Login-LAT-Service

Supported

Login-LAT-Node

Supported

Login-LAT-Group

Supported

Login-LAT-Port

Supported

Port-Limit

Supported

Vendor-specific

Supported

Acct-Session-Id

Supported


Access-Reject

Table 4-4 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Access-Reject attributes.

Table 4-4 Access-Reject Attributes

AttributeStatus

User-Name

Supported

Reply-Message

Supported

Class

Supported

Proxy-State

Supported

Vendor-Specific

Supported

Acct-Session-Id

Supported


Access-Challenge

Table 4-5 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Access-Challenge attributes.

Table 4-5 Access-Challenge Attributes

AttributeStatus

Reply-Message

Supported

Session-Timeout

Supported

Idle-Timeout

Supported

State

Supported

Proxy-State

Supported

Vendor-Specific

Supported


Accounting-Request

Table 4-6 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Accounting-Request attributes.

Table 4-6 Accounting-Request Attributes

AttributeStatus

User-Name

Supported

NAS-IP-Address

Supported

NAS-Identifier

Supported

NAS-Port-Type

Supported

Class

Supported

Service-Type

Supported

Framed-Protocol

Supported

Framed-IP-Address

Supported

Framed-IP-Netmask

Supported

Framed-MTU

Supported

Framed-Compression

Supported

Login-IP-Host

Supported

Callback-Number

Supported

Called-Station-Id

Supported

Calling-Station-Id

Supported

Proxy-State

Supported

Login-LAT-Service

Supported

Login-LAT-Node

Supported

Login-LAT-Group

Supported

Login-LAT-Port

Supported

CHAP-Challenge

Supported

Acct-Status-Type

Supported

Acct-Delay-Time

Supported

Acct-Input-Octets

Supported

Acct-Output-Octets

Supported

Acct-Session-Id

Supported

Acct-Authentic

Supported

Acct-Session-Time

Supported

Acct-Input-Packets

Supported

Acct-Output-Packets

Supported

Acct-Terminate-Cause

Supported

Acct-Multi-Session-Id

Supported

Acct-Link-Count

Supported

Vendor-Specific

Supported


Accounting-Response

Accounting-Response message do not contain any attributes.

PKUժ||PKDOEBPS/sbico_sp.htm Diameter Sp Protocol

3 Diameter Sp Protocol

This chapter lists the Diameter commands and AVPs that Oracle Communications Online Mediation Controller supports for communication with a Subscriber Profile Repository (SPR). The Online Mediation Controller uses modified commands and AVPs from the Sh Interface based on the Diameter Protocol 3GPP TS 29.329 V9.5.0 (2011-12) specification for this purpose. In some cases the list of AVPs in a command is different from that listed in the specification. Any reused AVPs are listed as such with their specifications in the Comments column.

Supported Diameter Sp Commands

Table 3-1 lists the Sh commands used for by Online Mediation Controller for its Sp protocol communication.

Table 3-1 Supported Sp Commands

CommandStatusList of Supported AVPs

User-Data-Request

Supported

Supported User-Data-Request (UDR) AVPs


User-Data-Answer

Supported

Supported User-Data-Answer (UDA) AVPs


Profile-Update-Request

Not Supported

N/A

Profile-Update-Answer

Not Supported

N/A

Subscriber-Notification-Request

Supported

Supported Subscriber-Notification-Request (SNR) AVPs


Subscriber-Notification-Answer

Supported

Supported Subscriber-Notification-Answer (SNA) AVPs


Push-Notification-Request

Supported

Supported Push-Notification-Request (PNR) AVPs


Push-Notification-Answer

Supported

Supported Push-Notification-Answer (PNA) AVPs



Supported User-Data-Request (UDR) AVPs

Table 3-2 lists the supported Diameter Sh User-Data-Request AVPs that Online Mediation Controller uses in it's Sp protocol.

Table 3-2 User-Data-Request AVPs

AVPStatus/Notes

Vendor-Specific-Application-Id

Supported.

Auth-Session-State

Supported.

Origin-Host

Supported. Mandatory.

Origin-Realm

Supported.

Destination-Host

Supported.

Destination-Realm

Supported.

Supported-Features

Supported.

- Vendor-ID

Supported.

- Feature-List-ID

Supported.

- Feature-List

Supported.

- AVP

Supported.

User-Identity

Supported. Mandatory.

- Public-Identity

Supported. Mandatory.

- MSISDN

Supported. Mandatory.

Wildcarded-Public-Identity

Supported.

Wildcarded-IMPU

Supported.

Server-Name

Supported.

Service-Indication

Supported.

Data-Reference

Supported. Mandatory.

- Identity-Set

Supported. Mandatory.

Requested-Domain

Supported.

Current-Location

Supported.

- DSAI-Tag

Supported.

Session-Priority

Supported.

Requested-Nodes

Supported.

User-Name

Supported.

AVP

Supported.

Proxy-Info

Supported.

Route-Record

Supported.


Supported User-Data-Answer (UDA) AVPs

Table 3-3 lists the supported Diameter Sh User-Data-Answer AVPs that Online Mediation Controller uses in it's Sp protocol

Table 3-3 Supported User-Data-Answer AVPs

AVPStatus/Notes

Vendor-Specific-Application-Id

Supported.

Result-Code

Supported. Mandatory.

Experimental-Result

Supported. Mandatory.

Auth-Session-State

Supported.

Origin-Host

Supported.

Origin-Realm

Supported.

Supported-Features

Supported.

- Vendor-ID

Supported.

- Feature-List-ID

Supported.

- Feature-List

Supported.

Wildcarded-Public-Identity

Supported.

Wildcarded-IMPU

Supported.

User-Data

Supported.

AVP

Supported.

Failed AVP

Supported.

Proxy-Info

Supported.

Route-Record

Supported.


Supported Subscriber-Notification-Request (SNR) AVPs

Table 3-4 lists the supported Diameter Sh Subscriber-Notification-Request AVPs that Online Mediation Controller uses in it's Sp protocol.

Table 3-4 Subscriber-Notification-Request AVPs

AVPStatus/Notes

Vendor-Specific-Application-Id

Supported.

Auth-Session-State

Supported.

Origin-Host

Supported. Mandatory.

Origin-Realm

Supported.

Destination-Host

Supported.

Destination-Realm

Supported.

Supported-Features

Supported

- Vendor-ID

Supported.

- Feature-List-ID

Supported.

- Feature-List

Supported.

User-Identity

Supported. Mandatory.

- Public-Identity

Supported. Mandatory.

- MSISDN

Supported. Mandatory.

Wildcarded-Public-Identity

Supported.

Wildcarded-IMPU

Supported.

Service-Indication

Supported.

Send-Data-Indication

Supported.

Server-Name

Supported.

Subs-Req-Type

Supported.

Data-Reference

Supported. Mandatory.

Identity-Set

Supported.

Expiry-Time

Supported.

- DSAI-Tag

Supported.

One-Time-Notification

Supported.

AVP

Supported.

Proxy-Info

Supported.

Route-Record

Supported.

User-Name

Supported.


Supported Subscriber-Notification-Answer (SNA) AVPs

Table 3-5 lists the supported Diameter Sh Subscriber-Notification-Answer AVPs that Online Mediation Controller uses in it's Sp protocol.

Table 3-5 Subscriber-Notification-Answer AVPs

AVPStatus/Notes

Vendor-Specific-Application-Id

Supported.

Auth-Session-State

Supported.

Result-Code

Supported. Mandatory.

Experimental-Result

Supported. Mandatory.

Origin-Host

Supported.

Origin-Realm

Supported.

Wildcarded-Public-Identity

Supported.

Wildcarded-IMPU

Supported.

Supported-Features

Supported.

- Vendor-ID

Supported.

- Feature-List-ID

Supported.

- Feature-List

Supported.

User-Data

Supported. Mandatory.

Expiry-Time

Supported. Mandatory.

AVP

Supported.

Failed-AVP

Supported.

Proxy-Info

Supported.

Route-Record

Supported.


Supported Push-Notification-Request (PNR) AVPs

Table 3-6 lists the supported Diameter Sh Push-Notification-Request AVPs that Online Mediation Controller uses in it's Sp protocol.

Table 3-6 Push-Notification-Request AVPs

AVPStatus/Notes

Vendor-Specific-Application-Id

Supported.

Auth-Session-State

Supported.

Origin-Host

Supported.

Origin-Realm

Supported.

Destination-Host

Supported.

Destination-Realm

Supported

Supported-Features

Supported.

- Vendor-ID

Supported.

- Feature-List-ID

Supported.

- Feature-List

Supported.

User-Identity

Supported. Mandatory.

- Public-Identity

Supported. Mandatory.

- MSISDN

Supported. Mandatory.

Wildcarded-Public-Identity

Supported.

Wildcarded-IMPU

Supported.

User-Data

Supported. Mandatory.

AVP

Supported.

Proxy-Info

Supported.

Route-Record

Supported.

Data-reference

Supported.

Service-Indication

Supported.

Expiry-Time

Supported.

Send-Data-Indication

Supported.

User-Name

Supported.


Supported Push-Notification-Answer (PNA) AVPs

Table 3-7 lists the supported Diameter Sh Push-Notification-Answer AVPs that Online Mediation Controller uses in it's Sp protocol.

Table 3-7 Push-Notification-Answer AVPs

AVPStatus/Notes

Vendor-Specific-Application-Id

Supported.

Result-Code

Supported. Mandatory.

Experimental-Result

Supported. Mandatory.

Auth-Session-State

Supported.

Origin-Host

Supported.

Origin-Realm

Supported.

Supported-Features

Supported.

- Vendor-ID

Supported.

- Feature-List-ID

Supported.

- Feature-List

Supported.

AVP

Supported.

Failed-AVP

Supported.

Proxy-Info

Supported.

Route-Record

Supported.


PKZPKDOEBPS/sbico_diameter.htm Diameter Compliance Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement

2 Diameter Compliance Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement

This chapter describes how Oracle Communications Online Mediation Controller supports Diameter commands and Attribute-Value Pairs (AVPs) defined in 3GPP TS 32.299 Version 10.4.0. Release 10. See http://www.3gpp.org/ftp/Specs/html-info/32299.htm, for more information about this standard.

Supported Commands

Table 2-1 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Diameter commands.

Table 2-1 Supported Diameter Operations

OperationStatus

Credit-Control-Request

Supported

Credit-Control-Answer

Supported

Re-Auth-Request

Supported

Re-Auth-Answer

Supported

Capabilities-Exchange-Request

Supported

Capabilities-Exchange-Answer

Supported

Device-Watchdog-Request

Supported

Device-Watchdog-Answer

Supported

Disconnect-Peer-Request

Supported

Disconnect-Peer-Answer

Supported

Abort-Session-Request

Supported

Abort-Session-Answer

Supported


Credit-Control-Request

Table 2-2 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Credit-Control-Request AVPs. The AVPs that have the x-wcs prefix are custom Oracle AVPs.

Table 2-2 Credit-Control-Request AVPs

AVPStatus

Session-Id

Supported

Origin-Host

Supported

Origin-Realm

Supported

Destination-Realm

Supported

Auth-Application-Id

Supported

Service-Context-Id

Supported

CC-Request-Type

Supported

CC-Request-Number

Supported

Destination-Host

Supported

User-Name

Supported

Origin-State-Id

Supported

Event-Timestamp

Supported

Subscription-Id

Supported

---- Subscription-Id-Type

Supported

---- Subscription-Id-Data

Supported

Termination-Cause

Supported. Not used in IEC

Requested-Action

Supported. Not used in SCUR and ECUR

AoC-Request-Type

Supported

Multiple-Services-Indicator

Supported

Multiple-Services-Credit-Control

Supported

---- Requested-Service-Unit

Supported

---- ---- CC-Time

Supported. Used in SCUR only

---- ---- CC-Total-Octets

Supported

---- ---- CC-Input-Octets

Supported

---- ---- CC-Output-Octets

Supported

---- ---- CC-Service-Specific-Units

Supported. Used in ECUR only

---- Used-Service-Unit

Supported. Used in SCUR and ECUR only

---- ---- Reporting-Reason

Supported. Used in SCUR and ECUR only

---- ---- Tariff-Change-Usage

Supported

---- ---- CC-Time

Supported. Used in SCUR only.

---- ---- CC-Total-Octets

Supported

---- ---- CC-Input-Octets

Supported

---- ---- CC-Output-Octets

Supported

---- ---- CC-Service-Specific-Units

Supported. Used in ECUR only.

---- ---- Event-Charging-TimeStamp

Supported

---- Service-Identifier

Supported

---- Rating-Group

Supported

---- Reporting-Reason

Supported. Used in SCUR and ECUR only.

---- Trigger

Supported

---- ---- Trigger-Type

Supported

---- Refund-Information

Supported

---- Envelope

Supported

---- ---- Envelope-Start-Time

Supported

---- ---- Envelope-End-Time

Supported

---- ---- CC-Total-Octets

Supported

---- ---- CC-Input-Octets

Supported

---- ---- CC-Output-Octets

Supported

---- ---- CC-Service-Specific-Units

Supported

---- AF-Correlation-Information

Supported

---- Service-Specific-Info

Supported

---- ---- Service-Specific-Type

Supported

---- ---- Service-Specific-Data

Supported

---- QoS-Information

Supported

---- ---- QoS-Class-Identifier

Supported

---- ---- Max-Requested-Bandwidth-UL

Supported

---- ---- Max-Requested-Bandwidth-DL

Supported

---- ---- Guaranteed-Bitrate-UL

Supported

---- ---- Guaranteed-Bitrate-DL

Supported

---- ---- Bearer-Identifier

Supported

---- ---- Allocation-Retention-Priority

Supported

---- ---- ---- ---- Priority-Level

Supported

---- ---- ---- ---- Pre-emption-Capability

Supported

---- ---- ---- ---- Pre-emption-Vulnerability

Supported

---- ---- APN-Aggregate-Max-Bitrate-UL

Supported

---- ---- APN-Aggregate-Max-Bitrate-DL

Supported

User-Equipment-Info

Supported

---- User-Equipment-Info-Type

Supported

---- User-Equipment-Info-Value

Supported

Proxy-Info

Supported

---- Proxy-Host

Supported

---- Proxy-State

Supported

Route-Record

Supported

Service-Information

Supported

---- Subscription-Id

Supported

---- AoC-Information

Supported

---- PS-Information

Supported

-------- 3GPP-Charging-Id

Supported

-------- PDN-Connection-Charging-ID

Supported

-------- Node-Id

Supported

-------- 3GPP-PDP-Type

Supported

-------- PDP-Address

Supported

-------- PDN-Address-Prefix-Length

Not supported

-------- Dynamic-Address-Flag

Supported

---------------- Dynamic-Address-Flag-Extension

Not supported

---------------- QoS-Information

Supported

---------------- SGSN-Address

Supported

---------------- GGSN-Address

Supported

---------------- SGW-Address

Supported

---------------- CG-Address

Supported

---------------- Serving-Node-Type

Supported

---------------- SGW-Change

Supported

---------------- 3GPP-IMSI-MCC-MNC

Supported

---------------- IMSI-Unauthenticated-Flag

Supported

---------------- 3GPP-GGSN-MCC-MNC

Supported

---------------- 3GPP-NSAPI

Supported

---------------- Called-Station-Id

Supported

---------------- 3GPP-Session-Stop-Indicator

Supported

---------------- 3GPP-Selection-Mode

Supported

---------------- 3GPP-Charging-Characteristics

Supported

---------------- Charging-Characteristics- Selection-Mode

Not supported

---------------- 3GPP-SGSN-MCC-MNC

Supported

---------------- 3GPP-MS-TimeZone

Supported

---------------- Charging-Rule-Base-Name

Supported

---------------- 3GPP-User-Location-Info

Supported

-------------------------------- Geographic Location Type

Not supported

-------------------------------- Geographic Location

Not supported

---------------- User-CSG-Information

Supported

---------------- 3GPP2-BSID

Supported

---------------- 3GPP-RAT-Type

Supported

---------------- PS-Furnish-Charging-Information

Supported

---------------- PDP-Context-Type

Supported

---------------- Offline-Charging

Supported

---------------- Traffic-Data-Volumes

Supported

---------------- Service-Data-Container

Supported

---------------- User-Equipment-Info

Supported

---------------- Terminal-Information

Supported

---------------- Start-Time

Supported

---------------- Stop-Time

Supported

---------------- Change-Condition

Supported

---------------- Diagnostics

Supported

---------------- Low-Priority-Indicator

Not supported

---- WLAN-Information

Supported

---- IMS-Information

Supported

-------- Node-Functionality

Supported

-------- Calling-Party-Address

Supported

-------- Called-Party-Address

Supported

-------- IMS-Charging-Identifier

Supported

-------- SDP-Session-Description

Supported. Used in SCUR only.

-------- SDP-Media-Component

Supported. Used in SCUR only.

---------------- SDP-Media-Name

Supported. Used in SCUR only.

---------------- SDP-Media-Description

Supported. Used in SCUR only.

---------------- Media-Initiator-Flag

Supported. Used in SCUR only

---------------- Media-Initiator-Party

Supported. Used in SCUR only.

---- MMS-Information

Supported

---- LCS-Information

Supported

---- PoC-Information

Supported

---- MBMS-Information

Supported

---- SMS-Information

Supported

---- MMTel-Information

Supported

---- Service-Generic-Information

Supported

---- IM-Information

Supported

---- DCD-Information

Supported

Originator

Supported

x-wcs-diversion-information

Supported

---- x-wcs-diversion-name-addr

Supported

---- x-wcs-diversion-reason

Supported

x-wcs-routing-info

Supported

---- x-wcs-carrier-digits

Supported

---- ---- x-wcs-digits

Supported

-------- x-wcs-type

Supported

---- x-wcs-destination-digits

Supported

---- ---- x-wcs-digits

Supported

---- ---- x-wcs-type

Supported

---- x-wcs-routing-digits

Supported

---- ---- x-wcs-digits

Supported

---- ---- x-wcs-type

Supported

x-wcs-start-timestamp

Supported

x-wcs-answer-timestamp

Supported

x-wcs-uid

Supported


Credit-Control-Answer

Table 2-3 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Credit-Control-Answer AVPs.

Table 2-3 Credit-Control-Answer AVPs

AVPStatus

Session-Id

Supported

Result-Code

Supported

Origin-Host

Supported

Origin-Realm

Supported

Auth-Application-Id

Supported

CC-Request-Type

Supported

CC-Request-Number

Supported

CC-Session Failover

Supported

Multiple-Services-Credit-Control

Supported

---- Granted-Service-Unit

Supported

---- ---- Tariff-Time-Change

Supported

---- ---- CC-Time

Supported. Used in SCUR only.

---- ---- CC-Total-Octets

Supported

---- ---- CC-Input-Octets

Supported

---- ---- CC-Output-Octets

Supported

---- ---- CC-Service-Specific-Units

Supported. Used in ECUR only.

---- Service-Identifier

Supported

---- Rating-Group

Supported

---- G-S-U-Pool-Reference

Supported

---- ---- G-S-U-Pool-Identifier

Supported

---- ---- CC-Unit-Type

Supported

---- ---- Unit-Value

Supported

---- ---- ---- ---- Value-Digits

Supported

---- ---- ---- ---- Exponent

Supported

---- Validity-Time

Supported

---- Result-Code

Supported

---- Final-Unit-Indication

Supported

---- ---- Final-Unit-Action

Supported

---- ---- Restriction-Filter-Rule

Supported

---- ---- Filter-Id

Supported

---- ---- Redirect-Server

Supported

---- ---- ---- ---- Redirect-Address-Type

Supported

---- ---- ---- ---- Redirect-Server-Address

Supported

---- Time-Quota-Threshold

Supported

---- Volume-Quota-Threshold

Supported

---- Unit-Quota-Threshold

Supported

---- Quota-Holding-Time

Supported

---- Quota-Consumption-Time

Supported

---- Trigger

Supported

---- ---- Trigger-Type

Supported

---- PS-Furnish-Charging-Information

Supported

---- Refund-Information

Supported

---- Envelope-Reporting

Supported

---- Time-Quota-Mechanism

Supported

---- ---- Time-Quota-Type

Supported

---- ---- Base-Time-Interval

Supported

Cost-Information

Supported

---- Unit-Value

Supported

---- ---- Value-Digits

Supported

---- ---- Exponent

Supported

---- Currency-Code

Supported

---- Cost-Unit

Supported

Low-Balance-Indication

Supported

Remaining-Balance

Supported

---- Unit-Value

Supported

---- ---- Value-Digits

Supported

---- ---- Exponent

Supported

---- Currency-Code

Supported

Credit-Control-Failure-Handling

Supported

Direct-Debiting-Failure-Handling

Supported

Redirect-Host

Supported

Redirect-Host-Usage

Supported

Redirect-Max-Cache-Time

Supported

Proxy-Info

Supported

---- Proxy-Host

Supported

---- Proxy-State

Supported

Route-Record

Supported

Failed-AVP

Supported

Service-Information

Supported


Re-Auth-Request

Table 2-4 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Re-Auth-Request AVPs.

Table 2-4 Re-Auth-Request AVPs

AVPStatus

Session-Id

Supported

Origin-Host

Supported

Origin-Realm

Supported

Destination-Realm

Supported

Destination-Host

Supported

Auth-Application-Id

Supported

Re-Auth-Request-Type

Supported

User-Name

Supported

Origin-State-Id

Supported

Proxy-Info

Supported

---- Proxy-Host

Supported

---- Proxy-State

Supported

Route-Record

Supported

G-S-U-Pool-Identifier

Supported

Service-Identifier

Supported

Rating-Group

Supported


Re-Auth-Answer

Table 2-5 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Re-Auth-Answer AVPs.

Table 2-5 Re-Auth-Answer AVPs

AVPStatus

Session-Id

Supported

Result-Code

Supported

Origin-Host

Supported

Origin-Realm

Supported

User-Name

Supported

Origin-State-Id

Supported

Error-Message

Supported

Error-Reporting-Host

Supported

Failed-AVP

Supported

Redirect-Host

Supported

Redirect-Host-Usage

Supported

Redirect-Max-Cache-Time

Supported

Proxy-Info

Supported

---- Proxy-Host

Supported

---- Proxy-State

Supported


Capabilities-Exchange-Request

Table 2-6 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Capabilities-Exchange-Request AVPs.

Table 2-6 Capabilities-Exchange-Request AVPs

AVPStatus

Origin-Host

Supported

Origin-Realm

Supported

Host-IP-Address

Supported

Vendor-Id

Supported

Product-Name

Supported

Origin-State-Id

Supported

Supported-Vendor-Id

Supported

Auth-Application-Id

Supported

Inband-Security-Id

Supported

Acct-Application-Id

Supported

Vendor-Specific-Application-Id

Supported

---- Vendor-Id

Supported

---- Auth-Application-Id

Supported

---- Acct-Application-Id

Supported

Firmware-Revision

Supported


Capabilities-Exchange-Answer

Table 2-7 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Capabilities-Exchange-Answer AVPs.

Table 2-7 Capabilities-Exchange-Answer AVPs

AVPStatus

Result-Code

Supported

Origin-Host

Supported

Origin-Realm

Supported

Host-IP-Address

Supported

Vendor-Id

Supported

Product-Name

Supported

Origin-State-Id

Supported

Error-Message

Supported

Failed-AVP

Supported

---- AVP

Supported

Supported-Vendor-Id

Supported

Auth-Application-Id

Supported

Inband-Security-Id

Supported

Acct-Application-Id

Supported

Vendor-Specific-Application-Id

Supported

---- Vendor-Id

Supported

---- Auth-Application-Id

Supported

---- Acct-Application-Id

Supported

Firmware-Revision

Supported


Device-Watchdog-Request

Table 2-8 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Device-Watchdog-Request AVPs.

Table 2-8 Device-Watchdog-Request AVPs

AVPStatus

Origin-Host

Supported

Origin-Realm

Supported

Origin-State-Id

Supported


Device-Watchdog-Answer

Table 2-9 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Device-Watchdog-Answer AVPs.

Table 2-9 Device-Watchdog-Answer AVPs

AVPStatus

Result-Code

Supported

Origin-Host

Supported

Origin-Realm

Supported

Error-Message

Supported

Failed-AVP

Supported

---- AVP

Supported

Original-State-Id

Supported


Disconnect-Peer-Request

Table 2-10 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Disconnect-Peer-Request AVPs.

Table 2-10 Disconnect-Peer-Request AVPs

AVPStatus

Origin-Host

Supported

Origin-Realm

Supported

Disconnect-Cause

Supported


Disconnect-Peer-Answer

Table 2-11 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Disconnect-Peer-Answer AVPs.

Table 2-11 Disconnect-Peer-Answer AVPs

AVPStatus

Result-Code

Supported

Origin-Host

Supported

Origin-Realm

Supported

Error-Message

Supported

Failed-AVP

Supported

---- AVP

Supported


Abort-Session-Request

Table 2-12 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Abort-Session-Request AVPs.

Table 2-12 Abort-Session-Request AVPs

AVPStatus

Session-Id

Supported

Origin-Host

Supported

Origin-Realm

Supported

Destination-Realm

Supported

Destination-Host

Supported

Auth-Application-Id

Supported

User-Name

Supported

Origin-State-Id

Supported

Proxy-Info

Supported

---- Proxy-Host

Supported

---- Proxy-State

Supported

Route-Record

Supported


Abort-Session-Answer

Table 2-13 describes how Online Mediation Controller supports Abort-Session-Answer AVPs.

Table 2-13 Abort-Session-Answer AVPs

AVPStatus

Session-Id

Supported

Result-Code

Supported

Origin-Host

Supported

Origin-Realm

Supported

User-Name

Supported

Origin-State-Id

Supported

Error-Message

Supported

Error-Reporting-Host

Supported

Failed-AVP

Supported

---- AVP

Supported

Redirect-Host

Supported

Redirect-Host-Usage

Supported

Redirect-Max-Cache-Time

Supported

Proxy-Info

Supported

---- Proxy-Host

Supported

---- Proxy-State

Supported


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Preface

This book serves as a Protocol Implementation Compliance Statement (PICS) for Oracle Communications Online Mediation Controller.

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