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Detach Type Information Element

Detach Type Value (decimal) 1 2 3 Detach Type (bits) 001 010 011 Programming Mnemonic REQ NREQ IMSI Detach Type Re-attach Required Re-attach not Required IMSI Detach (after VLR failure)

GMM Cause Information Element


GMM Cause Information Element Cause Value (decimal) Cause Value (bits) Cause 2 00000010 IMSI Unknown 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 22 32 33 34 48 95 96 97 98 99 100 00000011 00000100 00000101 00000110 00000111 00001000 00001001 00001010 00001011 00001100 00001101 00010000 00010001 00010110 00100000 00100001 00100010 00110000 01011111 01100000 01100001 01100010 01100011 01100100 Illegal MS IMSI UKNOWN IN VLR IMEI NOT ACCEPTED Illegal ME GPRS Services Not Allowed GPRS/Non-GPRS Services Not Allowed MS Identity Cannot Be Derived Implicitly Detached PLMN Not Allowed Location Area Not Allowed Roaming Not Allowed In This LA MSC Temporarily Not Reachable Network Failure Congestion Service Option Not Supported Requested Service Option Not Subscribed Service Option Temporarily Out of Order Retry Upon Entry Into A New Cell Semantically Incorrect Message Invalid Mandatory Information Message Type Nonexistent Msg Type Incompatible With Prot State Information Element Nonexistent Conditional IE Error

GMM Cause Information Element Cause Value (decimal) Cause Value (bits) Cause 101 01100101 Msg Incompatible With Protocol State 111 01101111 Protocol Error, Unspecified

SM Cause Information Element


Cause Value (decimal) 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 81 95 96 SM Cause Information Element Cause Value (bits) 00011000 00011001 00011010 00011011 00011100 00011101 00011110 00011111 00100000 00100001 00100010 00100011 00100100 00100101 00100110 00100111 00101000 00101001 00101010 00101011 00101100 00101101 00101110 00101111 01010001 01011111 01100000 Cause

MBMS Bearer Insufficient For Service LLC or SNDCP Failure Insufficient Resources Missing or Unknown APN Unknown PDP Address or PDP Type User Authentication Failed Activation Rejected By GGSN Activation Rejected, Unspecified Service Option Not Supported Requested Service Opt Not Subscribed Service Opt Temporarily Out of Order NSAPI Already Used Regular Deactivation QoS Not Accepted Network Failure Reactivation Required Feature Not Supported Semantic Error In the TFT Operation Syntactical Error In the TFT Operation Unknown PDP Context Semantic Errors in Packet Filter(s) Syntactical Errors in Packet Filter(s) PDP Context without TFT Already Activated Multicast Group Membership Timeout Invalid Transaction Identifier Value Semantically Incorrect Message Invalid Mandatory Information

Cause Value (decimal) 97 98 99 100 101 111 112

SM Cause Information Element Cause Value Cause (bits) 01100001 Msg Type Nonexistent/Not Implemented 01100010 01100011 01100100 01100101 01101111 01110000 Msg Type Incompatible With Protocol State IE Non-existent or Not Implemented Conditional IE Error Msg Not Compatible With Protocol State Protocol Error, Unspecified APN Restrict Value Incompatible without PDP Context

Location Area Update Reject Cause You can choose which cause value is sent to the mobile station in the Location Area Update Reject message. the reject cause can be either of the followings: y 00000010 (#2) - IMSI Unknown y 00000011 (#3) - Illegal MS y 00000100 (#4) - IMSI Unknown IN VLR y 00000101 (#5) - IMEI Not Accepted y 00000110 (#6) - Illegal MS y 00000111 (#7) - GPRS Services Not Allowed y 00001000 (#8) - GPRS Services and Non-GPRS Services Not Allowed y 00001001 (#9) - MS Identity Cannot Be Derived By the Network y 00001010 (#10) - Implicitly Detached y 00001011 (#11) - PLMN not allowed y 00001100 (#12) - Location Area not allowed y 00001101 (#13) - Roaming not allowed in LA y 00001110 (#14) - GPRS Services Not Allowed In This PLMN y 00001111 (#15) - No suitable cells in LA y 00010000 (#16) - MSC Temporarily Not Reachable y 00010001 (#17) - Network Failure y 00010100 (#20) - MAC Failure y 00010101 (#21) - Synch Failure y 00010110 (#22) - Congestion y 00010111 (#23) - GSM Authentication Unacceptable y 00100000 (#32) - Service Option Not Supported y 00100001 (#33) - Requested Service Option Not Subscribed y 00100010 (#34) - Service Option Temporarily Out of Order y 00100110 (#38) - Call Cannot Be Identified y 00101000 (#40) - No PDP Context Activated y 00110000 (#48) - Retry Upon Entry Into a New Call y 01011111 (#95) - Semantically Incorrect Message

01100000 (#96) - Invalid Mandatory Information 01100001 (#97) - Message Type Non-Existent or Not Implemented 01100010 (#98) - Message Type Not Compatible With the Protocol State 01100011 (#99) - Information Element Non-Existent or Not Implemented 01100100 (#100) - Conditional IE Error 01100101 (#101) - Message Not Compatible With the Protocol State 01101111 (#111) - Protocol Error, Unspecified Routing Area Update Reject Cause You can choose which cause value is sent to the mobile station in the Routing Area Update Reject message. You can choose the following reject causes from the front panel: y 00000010 (#2) - IMSI Unknown inHLR y 00000011 (#3) - Illegal MS y 00000011 (#4) - IMSI Unknown in VLR y 00000011 (#5) - IMEI Not Accepted y 00000110 (#6) - Illegal ME y 00000111 (#7) - GPRS Services Not Allowed y 00001000 (#8) - GPRS/Non-GPRS Services Not Allowed y 00001001 (#9) - MS Identity Cannot Be Derived y 00001010 (#10) - Implicitly Detached y 00001011 (#11) - PLMN not allowed y 00001100 (#12) - Location Area not allowed y 00001101 (#13) - Roaming not allowed in LA y 00001110 (#14) - GPRS Services Not Allowed In This PLMN y 00001111 (#15) - No suitable cells in LA y 00010000 (#16) - MSC Temporarily Not Reachable y 00010001 (#17) - Network Failure y 00010100 (#20) - MAC Failure y 00010101 (#21) - Synch Failure y 00010110 (#22) - Congestion y 00010111 (#23) - GSM Authentication Unacceptable y 00100000 (#32) - Service Option Not Supported y 00100001 (#33) - Requested Service Option Not Subscribed y 00100010 (#34) - Service Option Temporarily Out of Order y 00100110 (#38) - Call Cannot Be Identified y 00101000 (#40) - No PDP Context Activated y 00110000 (#48) - Retry Upon Entry Into a New Call y 01011111 (#95) - Semantically Incorrect Message y 01100000 (#96) - Invalid Mandatory Information y 01100001 (#97) - Message Type Non-Existent or Not Implemented y 01100010 (#98) - Message Type Not Compatible With the Protocol State y 01100011 (#99) - Information Element Non-Existent or Not Implemented y 01100100 (#100) - Conditional IE Error y 01100101 (#101) - Message Not Compatible With the Protocol State y 01101111 (#111) - Protocol Error, Unspecified
y y y y y y y

Protocol Layers and Messages


Last updated: December 3, 2008

This section is only applicable to the lab applications. This section outlines in a very general sense, the test set's support for individual protocol layers, the procedures associated with them, and their respective messages. Messages not included here may be supported. Certain parameters of messages included here may not be supported.

Observation Point 1 - LAPDm Over-the-Air Messages


The Link Access Procedure on the Dm channel (LAPDm) is the protocol for use by the data link layer on the radio interface. The frame structure and procedures for proper operation of the LAPDm are described in GSM 04.06.
Operating Considerations

This observation point is not enabled by default. If you want to capture LAPDm messages using the WPA, you should enable LAPDm in the Test Set Message Filter Settings.

Observation Point 2- RLC/MAC Over-the-Air Messages


This layer contains two functions: The Radio Link Control function provides a radio-solutiondependent reliable link. The Medium Access Control function controls the access signaling (request and grant) procedures for the radio channel, and the mapping of LLC frames onto the GSM physical channel. RLC/MAC is defined in GSM 04.60 for functions operating on the

Packet Data Channel (PDCH), and in GSM 04.08 for functions operating on the CCCH (Common Control Channel).
Messages Uplink TBF establishment messages Message Packet Access Reject Packet Channel Request EGPRS Packet Channel Request Packet Queuing Notification Packet Resource Request Packet Uplink Assignment Reference 04.60/11.2.1 04.60/11.2.5 Supported Yes No

04.60/11.2.5a No 04.60/11.2.15 No 04.60/11.2.16 Yes 04.60/11.2.29 Yes

Additional MS Radio Access Capabilities 04.60/11.2.32 Yes


Downlink TBF establishment messages Message Reference Supported Packet Downlink Assignment 04.60/11.2.7 Yes TBF release messages Message Reference Supported Packet TBF Release 04.60/11.2.26 Yes Packet Paging messages Message Reference Supported Packet Paging Request 04.60/11.2.10 Yes RLC messages Message Packet Downlink Ack/Nack Packet Uplink Ack/Nack Reference Supported 04.60/11.2.6 Yes 04.60/11.2.28 Yes

EGPRS Packet Downlink Ack/Nack 04.60/11.2.6a Yes

Miscellaneous messages Message Packet Control Acknowledgment Packet Cell Change Failure Packet Cell Change Order Packet Uplink Dummy Control Block Packet Measurement Report Packet Measurement Order Packet Mobile TBF Status Reference Supported 04.60/11.2.2 Yes 04.60/11.2.3 No 04.60/11.2.4 Yes 04.60/11.2.8b Yes 04.60/11.2.9 Yes 04.60/11.2.9b No 04.60/11.2.9c Yes

Packet Downlink Dummy Control Block 04.60/11.2.8 Yes

Miscellaneous messages Message Packet PDCH Release Packet Polling Request Packet PRACH Parameters Packet PSI Status Packet Timeslot Reconfigure Procedures Radio Control Link Procedures y Incremental Redundancy y Retransmission MCS Switching Medium Access Control Procedures y PBCCH y Medium Access Mode y Packet Paging Reference Supported Packet Enhanced Measurement Report 04.60/11.2.9d Yes 04.60/11.2.11 No 04.60/11.2.12 Yes 04.60/11.2.14 No 04.60/11.2.17 Yes 04.60/11.2.31 Yes

Packet Power Control/Timing Advance 04.60/11.2.13 Yes

Observation Point 3 - LLC Over-the-Air Messages


Logical Link Control (LLC): LLC was designed to be independent of the underlying radio interface protocols in order to allow introduction of alternative GPRS radio solutions with minimum changes to the NSS (Network Subsystem). The procedures for the LLC layer are described in GSM 04.64.

Observation Point 4 -GMM/SM Over-the-Air Messages


GPRS Mobility Management and Session Management (GMM/SM): This protocol supports mobility management functionality such as GPRS attach, GPRS detach (also applicable to the test application), security, routing area update, location update, PDP context activation, and PDP context deactivation. GMM/SM is defined in GSM 04.08
GMM Messages Message Attach Request Attach Accept Attach Complete Attach Reject Detach Request Detach Accept P-TMSI Reallocation Command P-TMSI Reallocation Complete Reference Supported 9.4.1 9.4.2 9.4.3 9.4.4 9.4.5 9.4.6 9.4.7 9.4.8 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No

Authentication and Ciphering Request 9.4.9 Authentication and Ciphering Response 9.4.10

Message Authentication and Ciphering Reject Identity Request Identity Response Routing Area Update Request Routing Area Update Accept Routing Area Update Complete Routing Area Update Reject GMM Status GMM Information SM Messages Messages Activate PDP Context Request Activate PDP Context Accept Activate PDP Context Reject Request PDP context Activation Modify PDP context Request Modify PDP context Accept Deactivate PDP context Request Deactivate PDP context Accept Activate AA PDP context Request Activate AA PDP context Accept Activate AA PDP context Reject Deactivate AA PDP context Request Deactivate AA PDP context Accept SM Status

Reference Supported 9.4.11 9.4.12 9.4.13 9.4.14 9.4.15 9.4.16 9.4.17 9.4.18 9.4.19 No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes

Reference Supported 9.5.1 9.5.2 9.5.3 9.5.4 9.5.6 9.5.7 9.5.8 9.5.9 9.5.10 9.5.11 9.5.12 9.5.13 9.5.14 9.5.15 Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes No No No No No No

Request PDP context Activation Reject 9.5.5

Observation Point 5- SMS Over-the-Air Messages


This observation point captures the messages exchanged between the LLC layer and the SMS sub-layers. See SMS Logging Control for more information.

Observation Point 6- GSM L3 Over-the-Air Messages


GSM Layer 3 (GSM L3) is defined in GSM 04.08. GSM L3 includes messages that are transmitted over the Common Control Channels. These are:
y y y

BCCH information (System information messages) PAGCH messages (Immediate assignments) RACH accesses

CCCH messages are useful mainly for the purpose of verifying correct channel allocation through the logging of RACH accesses and the related assignments. Note that the System Information Messages will only be visible whenever changes are made to the base station parameters. They are no continuously logged, although they are continuously broadcast on the BCCH. All references in this section are relative to GSM 04.08 or GSM 04.60.
Message Location Updating Request Location Updating Accept Channel Request Immediate Assignment Packet System information 1 Packet System information 13 Packet System information 2 Packet System information 3 Reference 04.089.2.13 04.08/9.1.8 Supported Yes Yes 04.08/9.2.15 Yes

04.08/9.1.18 Yes 04.60/11.2.18 Yes 04.60/11.2.25 Yes 04.60/11.2.19 Yes 04.60/11.2.20 Yes

Packet System information 3bis 04.60/11.2.21 Yes

Observation Point 7 - SNDCP Over-the-Air Messages


Subnetwork Dependent Convergence Protocol (SNDCP): This transmission functionality maps network-level characteristics onto the characteristics of the underlying network. SNDCP is specified in GSM 04.65.
Message SN-DATA SNDCP-XID Reference Supported 7.2 6.8 Yes Yes Yes

SN-UNITDATA 7.2

Observation Point 8 - IP Messages


Unlike most of the other protocols, IP only has a single type of message: the datagram. For each datagram, the IP header fields will be displayed by name and the user data will be displayed as a hex dump. For each datagram, the following fields will be displayed:
y y y y y y y y y y y

Version Internet Header Length Type of Service Total Length Identification Flags Fragment Offset Time to Live Protocol Header Checksum Source Address - Only the IP address is displayed. No attempt is made to look up the host name

y y

Destination Address - Only the IP address is displayed. No attempt is made to look up the host name Data - This contains the user data and any IP options displayed in hex.

For a more detailed explanation of these fields, refer to the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) document RFC 791.
AUTHENTICATION REJECT: Causes MAC Failure, SQN (Synch failure) Failure, Fraudulent Network (UE treats the cell as barred),

GSM A interface - BSS Application Part


The A interface is located between the MSC (mobile service switching centre) and the BSS (base station system or radio sub-system). Standard reference: GSM 08-08 2, MSC to BSS - Layer 3 The A interface supports several Applications Parts:
BSSMAP: Base Station System Management Application Part. DTAP : Direct Transfer Application Part. o RR:Radio Resources. o MM:Mobility Management. o CC:Call Control. BSSMAP messages
y y

Standard reference: GSM 08-08 3, MSC to BSS - Layer 3 BSSMAP messages (Base Station System Management Application Part), for a GSM A interface located between the MSC (mobile service switching centre) and the BSS (base station system or radio sub-system) are listed and ordered according to their hexadecimal code or their type (abreviation).
Message list: hex codes Code Abreviation BSSMAP: message designation 01 ASS-REQ Assignment request. 02 ASS-COM Assignment complete. 03 ASS-FAIL Assignment failure. 20 CLEAR-COM Clear command. 21 CLEAR-COMP Clear complete. 22 CLEAR-REQ Clear request. 23 SAPI-CL-COM SAPI "n" clear request. 24 25 30 31 32 33 34 35 40 SAPI-CL-COMP SAPI-REJ RESET RESET-ACK OVERLOAD TRACE-INV RESET-CIR RST-CI-ACK BLOCK SAPI "n" clear complete. SAPI "n" rejected. Reset. Reset acknowledge. Overload. Trace investigation. Reset circuit. Reset circuit acknowledge. Resource blocked.

41 42 43 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 80 81 82

BLOCK-ACK UNBLOCK UNBLOCK-ACK RESOURC-REQ RESOURC-IND PAGING CYPHER-COM CLASS-UPD CYPHER-COMP QUEUEING-IN LAYER-3-INF HAND-REQ HAND-RQD HND-RQ-ACK

Acknowledgement resource blocked. Resource un-blocked. Acknowledgement resource un-blocked. Resource request. Resource indication. Paging. Cypher mode command. "Classmark" update. Cypher mode complete. Queuing-in. Layer 3 information. Handover request. Handover requested. Handover request acknowledge.

83 HAND-COM Handover command. 84 HAND-COMP Handover complete. 86 HAND-FAIL Handover failure. 87 HAND-PERFORM Handover performed. 88 HND-CAND-ENQ Handover candidate enquiry. 89 HND-CAND-REQ Handover candidate request. 8A HAND-REQ-REJ Handover request rejection. 8B HAND-DETECT Handover detection. Message list: types Abreviation Code BSSMAP: message designation ASS-COM 02 Assignment complete. ASS-FAIL 03 Assignment failure. ASS-REQ 01 Assignment request. BLOCK 40 Resource blocked. BLOCK-ACK 41 Acknowledgement resource blocked. CLASS-UPD CLEAR-COM CLEAR-COMP CLEAR-REQ CYPHER-COM CYPHER-COMP HAND-COM HAND-COMP HAND-DETECT HAND-FAIL 54 20 21 22 53 55 83 84 8B 86 "Classmark" update. Clear command. Clear complete. Clear request. Cypher mode command. Cypher mode complete. Handover command. Handover complete. Handover detection. Handover failure.

HAND-PERFORM 87 HAND-REQ 80 HAND-REQ-REJ 8A HAND-RQD 81 HND-CAND-ENQ 88 HND-CAND-REQ 89 HND-RQ-ACK 82 LAYER-3-INF 57 OVERLOAD PAGING QUEUEING-IN RESET RESET-ACK RESET-CIR 32 52 56 30 31 34

Handover performed. Handover request. Handover request rejection. Handover requested. Handover candidate enquiry. Handover candidate request. Handover request acknowledge. Layer 3 information. Overload. Paging. Queuing-in. Reset. Reset acknowledge. Reset circuit.

RESOURC-IND 51 Resource indication. RESOURC-REQ 50 Resource request. RST-CI-ACK 35 Reset circuit acknowledge. SAPI-CL-COM 23 SAPI "n" clear request. SAPI-CL-COMP 24 SAPI "n" clear complete. SAPI-REJ 25 SAPI "n" rejected. TRACE-INV 33 Trace investigation. UNBLOCK 42 Resource un-blocked. UNBLOCK-ACK 43 Acknowledgement resource un-blocked. DTAP Call Control messages

Standard reference: GSM 04-08 5, 9.3, 10.4, MSC to BSS - Layer 3 DTAP (Direct Transfer Application Part) Call Control messages , for a GSM A interface located between the MSC (mobile service switching centre) and the BSS (base station system or radio sub-system) are listed and ordered according to their hexadecimal code or their type (abreviation).
Message list: hex codes Code Abreviation DTAP Call Control message 01 ALERTING Alerting. 02 03 05 07 08 0D 0F 10 CALL-PROCEED PROGRESS SETUP CONNECT CALL-CONFIRM EMERG-SETUP CONNECT-ACK USER-INFO Call proceeding. Progress. Setup. Connect. Call confirmed. Emergency setup. Connect acknowledged. User information.

13 17 1F 25 2A 2D 31 32 34 35 36 37 39 3D

MODIFY-REJ Modify reject. MODIFY Modify MODIFY-COMP Modify complete. DISCONNECT Disconnect. RELEASE-COMP Release complete. RELEASE Release. STOP-DTMF Stop DTMF. STOP-DTMF-ACK Stop DTMF acknowledge. STATUS-ENQ START-DTMF START-DTMF-AC START-DTMF-RE CONGEST-CTRL STATUS Status enquiry. Start DTMF. Start DTMF acknowledge. Start DTMF reject. Congestion control. Status.

3E NOTIFY Notify. Message list: types Abreviation Code DTAP Call Control message ALERTING 01 Alerting. CALL-CONFIRM CALL-PROCEED CONGEST-CTRL CONNECT CONNECT-ACK DISCONNECT EMERG-SETUP MODIFY MODIFY-COMP MODIFY-REJ NOTIFY PROGRESS RELEASE RELEASE-COMP SETUP START-DTMF START-DTMF-AC START-DTMF-RE STATUS STATUS-ENQ STOP-DTMF 08 02 39 07 0F 25 0D 17 1F 13 3E 03 2D 2A 05 35 36 37 3D 34 31 Call confirmed. Call proceeding. Congestion control. Connect. Connect acknowledged. Disconnect. Emergency setup. Modify Modify complete. Modify reject. Notify. Progress. Release. Release complete. Setup. Start DTMF. Start DTMF acknowledge. Start DTMF reject. Status. Status enquiry. Stop DTMF.

STOP-DTMF-ACK 32 Stop DTMF acknowledge. USER-INFO 10 User information. DTAP Radio Resources Management messages

Standard reference: GSM 04-08 3, 9.1, 10.4, MSC to BSS- Layer 3 DTAP (Direct Transfer Application Part) Radio Resources Management messages , for a GSM A interface located between the MSC (mobile service switching centre) and the BSS (base station system or radio sub-system) are listed and ordered according to their hexadecimal code or their type (abreviation).
Message list: hex codes Code Abreviation DTAP Radio Resources Management 0A 0D 0F 10 12 14 15 16 17 19 1A 1B 1C 1D 1E 21 22 24 26 27 28 29 2B 2C 2D 2F 32 35 39 3A PARTIAL-REL Partial release. CHANNEL-REL Channel release. PART-REL-COM Partial release complete. CHAN-MODIFY Channel mode modify. RR-STATUS RR status. FREQ-REDEF Frequency redefinition. MEASUR-REP Measurement report. CLASSM-CHG Classmark change. CHAN-MOD-ACK Channel mode modify acknowledge. SYS-INFO-T1 System information type 1. SYS-INFO-T2 System information type 2. SYS-INFO-T3 System information type 3. SYS-INFO-T4 System information type 4. SYS-INFO-T5 System information type 5. SYS-INFO-T6 System information type 6. PAG-REQ-T1 PAG-REQ-T2 PAG-REQ-T3 ASS-COMMAND PAGING-REP HAND-FAILURE ASS-COMPLETE HAND-COMM HAND-COMP PHYS-INFO ASS-FAILURE CIPH-M-COMP Paging request type 1. Paging request type 2. Paging request type 3. Assignment command. Paging response. Handover failure. Assignment complete. Handover command. Handover complete. Physical layer information. Assignment failure. Ciphering mode complete.

CIPH-M-COMM Ciphering mode command. IMM-ASS-EXT Immediate assignment extended. IMM-ASS-REJ Immediate assignment reject.

3B ADD-ASS Additional assignment. 3F IMM-ASS Immediate assignment. Message list: types Abreviation Code DTAP Radio Resources Management ADD-ASS 3B Additional assignment. ASS-COMMAND 26 Assignment command. ASS-COMPLETE 29 Assignment complete. ASS-FAILURE 2F Assignment failure. CHAN-MOD-ACK 17 Channel mode modify acknowledge. CHAN-MODIFY 10 CHANNEL-REL 0D CIPH-M-COMM CIPH-M-COMP CLASSM-CHG FREQ-REDEF HAND-COMM HAND-COMP HAND-FAILURE IMM-ASS IMM-ASS-EXT IMM-ASS-REJ MEASUR-REP PAG-REQ-T1 PAG-REQ-T2 PAG-REQ-T3 PAGING-REP PART-REL-COM PARTIAL-REL PHYS-INFO RR-STATUS SYS-INFO-T1 35 32 16 14 2B 2C 28 3F 39 3A 15 21 22 24 27 0F 0A 2D 12 19 Channel mode modify. Channel release. Ciphering mode command. Ciphering mode complete. Classmark change. Frequency redefinition. Handover command. Handover complete. Handover failure. Immediate assignment. Immediate assignment extended. Immediate assignment reject. Measurement report. Paging request type 1. Paging request type 2. Paging request type 3. Paging response. Partial release complete. Partial release. Physical layer information. RR status. System information type 1.

SYS-INFO-T2 1A System information type 2. SYS-INFO-T3 1B System information type 3. SYS-INFO-T4 1C System information type 4. SYS-INFO-T5 1D System information type 5. SYS-INFO-T6 1E System information type 6. DTAP Mobility Management messages

Standard reference: GSM 04-08 4, 9.2, 10.4, MSC to BSS - Layer 3 DTAP (Direct Transfer Application Part) Mobility Management messages , for a GSM A interface located between the MSC (mobile service switching centre) and the BSS (base station

system or radio sub-system) are listed and ordered according to their hexadecimal code or their type (abreviation).
Message list: hex codes Code Abreviation DTAP Mobility Management message 01 IMSI-DET-IND IMSI detach indication. 02 LOC-UPD-ACC Location updating accept. 04 LOC-UPD-REJ Location updating reject. 08 LOC-UPD-REQ Location updating request. 11 AUTHENT-REJ Authentication reject. 12 14 18 19 1A 1B 21 22 26 AUTHENT-REQ AUTHENT-RESP Authentication request. Authentication response.

IDENTITY-REQ Identity request. IDENTITY-RESP Identity response. TMSI-REA-COMM Temporary mobile identity reallocation command. TMSI-REA-COMP Temporary mobile identity reallocation complete. CM-SERV-ACC Connection management service accept. CM-SERV-REJ Connection management service reject. CM-SERV-REQ Connection management service request.

28 CM-REESTABL Connection management re-establishment request. 31 MM-STATUS Status. Message list: types Abreviation Code DTAP Mobility Management message AUTHENT-REJ 11 Authentication reject. AUTHENT-REQ 12 Authentication request. AUTHENT-RESP 14 Authentication response. CM-REESTABL 28 Connection management re-establishment request. CM-SERV-ACC 21 Connection management service accept. CM-SERV-REJ 22 Connection management service reject. CM-SERV-REQ 26 Connection management service request. IDENTITY-REQ 18 Identity request. IDENTITY-RESP 19 IMSI-DET-IND 01 LOC-UPD-ACC 02 LOC-UPD-REJ 04 LOC-UPD-REQ 08 MM-STATUS 31 TMSI-REA-COMM 1A TMSI-REA-COMP 1B Identity response. IMSI detach indication. Location updating accept. Location updating reject. Location updating request. Status. Temporary mobile identity reallocation command. Temporary mobile identity reallocation complete.