Course wireless control message protocol specification

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1.SCOPE
2.DOCUMENT STATUS
2.1COPYRIGHT NOTICE
2.2ERRATA
2.3COMMENTS
3.NORMATIVE REFERENCES
4.ABBREVIATIONS
5.TERMINOLOGY
6.WCMP ARCHITECTURAL OVERVIEW
7.WCMP PROTOCOL DESCRIPTION
7.1GENERAL
7.2STATIC WCMP CONFORMANCE CLAUSE
7.3WCMP IN IP NETWORKS
7.4WCMP IN NON-IP NETWORKS
7.4.1 WCMP in GSM SMS
7.4.2 WCMP in GSM USSD
7.4.3 WCMP in FLEX and ReFLEX
7.4.4 WCMP in CDMA SMS
7.4.5 WCMP in iDEN SMS
7.4.6 WCMP in TDMA R-data
7.4.7 WCMP in TETRA SD
7.5WCMP MESSAGES
7.5.1 General Message Structure
7.5.2 Address Information Formats
7.5.3 WCMP Messages
7.5.3.1Destination Unreachable
7.5.3.2Parameter Problem
7.5.3.3Message Too Big
7.5.3.4Reassembly Failure
7.5.3.5WCMP Echo Request/Reply
APPENDIX A. WCMP IN DIFFERENT NETWORK TYPES SUPPORTED BY WAP:
APPENDIX B: STATIC CONFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
B.1SCOPE
B.2GENERAL NOTES
B.2.1 BEARER TYPE CLASSIFICATION
B.2.2 NETWORK ELEMENT CLASSIFICATION
B.2.3 SPECIFICS
B.2.4 GENERAL FUNCTIONALITY
APPENDIX C. HISTORY AND CONTACT INFORMATION

Extrait du course wireless control message protocol specification

1. Scope
The Transport layer protocol in the WAP architecture consists of the Wireless Transaction Protocol (WTP) and the Wireless Datagram Protocol (WDP). The WDP layer operates above the data capable bearer services supported by the various network types. As a general datagram service, WDP offers a consistent service to the upper layer protocols (Security, Transaction and Session) of WAP and communicates transparently over one of the available bearer services.
2. Document Status
This document is available online in the following formats:
• PDF format at http://www.wapforum.org/.
2.1 Copyright Notice
© Wireless Application Protocol Forum Ltd. 1999. Terms and conditions of use are available from the Wireless Application Protocol Forum Ltd. Web site at http://www.wapforum.org/docs/copyright.htm.
2.2 Errata
Known problems associated with this document are published at http://www.wapforum.org/.
2.3 Comments
Comments regarding this document can be submitted to the WAP Forum in the manner published at http://www.wapforum.org/.
3. Normative References
EIA/TIA/IS-95B Mobile Station – Base Station Compatibility Standard for Dual-Mode Spread Spectrum Systems
[FLEX] FLEX Protocol Specification Document, version 1.9, Motorola.
[FLEXSuite] FLEX Suite of Application Enabling Protocols, version 1.0, Motorola.
[GSM0290] ETSI European Digital Cellular Telecommunication Systems (phase 2) : Unstructured
Supplementary Service Data(USSD) – stage 1 (GSM 02.90)
[GSM0390] ETSI European Digital Cellular Telecommunication Systems (phase 2) : Unstructured
Supplementary Service Data(USSD) – stage 2 (GSM 03.90)
[GSM0490] ETSI European Digital Cellular Telecommunication Systems (phase 2) : Unstructured
Supplementary Service Data(USSD) – stage 3 (GSM 04.90)
[GSM0340] ETSI European Digital Cellular Telecommunication Systems (phase 2+) : Technical
realisation of the Short Message Service (SMS) Point-to-Point (P) (GSM 03.40)
[GSM0260] ETSI European Digital Cellular Telecommunication Systems (phase 2+) : General Packet
Radio Service (GPRS) – stage 1 (GSM 02.60)
[GSM0360] ETSI European Digital Cellular Telecommunication Systems (phase 2+) : General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) – stage 2 (GSM 03.60)
4. Abbreviations
For the purposes of this specification the following abbreviations apply.
ETSI European Telecommunication Standardisation Institute
IE Information Element
IP Internet Protocol
LSB Least significant bits
MSISDN Mobile Subscriber ISDN (Telephone number or address of device)
MS Mobile Station
MSB Most significant bits
SDS Short Data Service
SMSC Short Message Service Centre
SMS Short Message Service
TCP/IP Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
TETRA Terrestrial Trunked Radio
UDH User-Data Header (see GSM 03.40)
UDP Unreliable Datagram Protocol
USSD Unstructured Supplementary Service Data
USSDC Unstructured Supplementary Service Data Centre
WAE Wireless Application Environment
WAP Wireless Application Protocol
WDP Wireless Datagram Protocol
WSP Wireless Session Protocol
WTP Wireless Transaction Protocol
5. Terminology
This specification uses the following words for defining the significance of each particular requirement:
MUST
This word, or the terms « REQUIRED » or « SHALL », mean that the definition is an absolute requirement of the specification.
MUST NOT
This phrase, or the phrase « SHALL NOT », mean that the definition is an absolute prohibition of the specification.
SHOULD
This word, or the adjective « RECOMMENDED », mean that there may exist valid reasons in particular circumstances to ignore a particular item, but the full implications must be understood and carefully weighed before choosing a different course.
7. WCMP Protocol Description
7.1 General
The Wireless Control Message Protocol (WCMP) is used in environments that do not provide an IP bearer.WCMP is used by WDP nodes and Wireless Data Gateways to report errors encountered in processing datagrams. WCMP messages are usually generated by the WDP layer, the management entity or a higher layer protocol. WCMP can also be used for informational and diagnostic purposes.

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