ENHANCING ETSI NETWORK ACTIVITIES (E2NA) Network Technologies TC (Version 2)

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ENHANCING ETSI NETWORK ACTIVITIES
(E
2
NA)


Network Technologies TC

(Version
2
)




Bruno CHATRAS


France Telecom

© ETSI 2012. All rights reserved

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E
2
NA Structure

E
2
NA

Network Technologies [TC]

TC

DECT

SC

EMTEL

TC

MCD


Plenary

TC

ATTM +

TISPAN5


TC

PLT


Security

Management

Framework (incl. AFI)

Network and Service

Control

TC INT

(incl. TISPAN6)

Detailed

requirements

Tools

and Guidance


Architecture WG


Requirements WG

Release Planning

Overall Consistency

Network technologies TC’s overview

Mission


Be the ETSI competence centre on current and future network
technologies


Provide protocol profile specifications for service interconnection and
network interconnection


Provide network tools in response to regulatory requirements



Responsibility


Provide detailed architecture and protocol (profile) specifications for use
in core networks, addressing the
control, data
[and management]
planes
in both the
service and transport layers
of these networks,
[including
security]
.


Identify and monitor relevant work on
Future Networks technologies
performed outside ETSI and provide guidelines on their applicability to
ETSI compliant networks.


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Network Technologies TC Ecosystem

4

Network

Technologies

TC

Other E2NA

Embedded TBs

E2NA

Requirements &

Architecture WGs

Other ETSI TBs

Other SDOs

Other E
2
NA

member TBs

Tools and Guidance

Other ETSI TBs

Detailed Requirements

High
-
level Requirements

Other SDOs

Cooperate,

re
-
use tools as
appropriate

Network Technologies TC structure

5

Plenary

Network and
service

control

Transport

technologies

(place holder

for future
networks
)

Management

Framework

(incl. ISG AFI)

Security

E2NA Plenary

Network Tech
activities

Network and Service Control


Protocol specification and/or profiling, including
-

but not limited to
-

Session control
signalling, QoS/Resource control signalling and AAA signalling


Numbering, naming, addressing and routing


Service and Network interconnection and interworking


Migration and Interworking across network generations


Enablers and associated APIs to access network resources (e.g., network
-
based
authentication, location information, content caching etc)


Network
-
hosted enterprise services (including Network as a Service)


Enablers for regulatory requirements (e.g. emergency communications routeing)

[Management]


[Conventional network management]


[Self
-

and autonomic management of networks and enablers]

[Security]


[Network security]


[End
-
to
-
end security]



Network Technologies initial work plan

(excluding Security, Management and IPTV/CDN)

End
-
To
-
End system view, network and service interconnection


Potential work items


Fixed and mobile IP interconnection for Voice and Video calls for
interpersonal communication services between operators ;


This includes, optimal allocation of functions (e.g. transcoding) in end
-
to
-
end architectures involving a fixed access (with a home gateway) and
a mobile access.

Cooperation with 3GPP


End
-
to
-
end service interworking when one party is a 3GPP mobile device
and the other is a CAT
-
Iq

handset or an ISDN device.


Cooperation with DECT


End
-
to
-
end QoS signalling across fixed/mobile and carrier networks


Cooperation with 3GPP

Enablers for regulatory requirements


Emergency Caller location (M/493)


Cooperation with EMTEL and other TBs


Others?




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Network Technologies Work Plan

(excluding Security, Management and IPTV/CDN)

Numbering, naming, addressing and routeing


Completion of active TISPAN Work Items


Description of the DNS protocol usage in NGN


ENUM/ENUM
-
like options for Number Portability


Potential new works items


Addressing/routing (e.g. ENUM) across fixed/mobile and carrier networks


Naming, Numbering, Addressing in Future Networks


Content Identifiers


Cooperation with TC MCD


Study impact of IoT and machine
-
type communications concerning naming,
numbering, addressing and routing aspects


Cooperation with TC M2M


Study impact on portability of other IDs than telephone numbers


Study impact of the new EU regulatory framework on Number Portability
and other NNAR issues


Study impact of cloud infrastructure and services on NNA issues


Cooperation with TC CLOUD


Gap analysis of existent standards regarding IPv6 usage.


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Future Networking


Potential work items


Use of RTC
-
Web in managed networks


Content Centric Networking


Network as a Service


Policy control for Cloud


Topics for maintenance


NGN Network Attachment, Resource and Policy Control


Legacy Protocol specifications: ISDN, TIPHON, IN, B
-
ISDN, NGN,


Enterprise Network Connection (Business Trunking)


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Network Technologies Work Plan

(excluding Security, Management and IPTV/CDN)

Justification for integrating Security and Management
activities as a WG of the Network Tech. TC

The aim of the Network Tech. TC is to provide a set of technical
tools to other entities within ETSI. Security is one of these
tools.


The primary mission of the Security and Management groups
within E2NA is not that of a Coordination Group (unlike the
Requirements and Architecture horizontal WGs) bur rather
that of an Experts Group / Competence Centre.


The amount of work and the expected number of participants
is limited and fits quite well the typical size of a WG within a
TC.

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