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This header is inserted by the SIP proxy that is serving the destination of an INVITE. When an INVITE is sent to the destination, the request-URI will provide the address of record for the subscriber, as well as an address in the CONTACT header. The UAS or any SIP proxy handling the routing of the request may redirect responses directly to the CONTACT header address, bypassing the proxies entirely. When this happens, the request-URI no longer provides the address that the request was originally directed to, causing the UAS to become confused as to what the original target address was. The serving proxy then uses the request-URI from the original request to populate this header. This is sometimes necessary if a subscriber is using multiple identities. For example, the request may have been sent to a subscriber s business identity but redirected to the registered address. The proxy redirects the request to the registered address, losing the identity originally addressed. The UAS then does not know if the request was directed to the personal identity or the business identity for the subscriber. This header then allows the UAS to handle the request properly, using the URIs that are contained in the registrar (remember, some of these identities can be administered by the service provider). The UAS can then apply unique alerts (ringing, for example) based on the identity originally targeted.
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This header was also introduced through the 3GPP for use within IMS networks. In the IMS architecture, there is a whole new billing function defined. Several new entities
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have been introduced specifically for the purpose of billing within the IMS, and new procedures have been defined. To further support billing within the IMS domain, some new headers were introduced. This is one of those headers. Its purpose is to provide the address of the billing function that is providing billing (or charging) information. Two types of functions are defined for use in the IMS architecture: the charging collection function (CCF) and the event charging function (ECF). The CCF is used for postpaid billing applications. The address of this function is provided within this header. The ECF is used to support prepaid billing applications, and its address is also provided within this header. These entities are distributed throughout the network, thus the need to be able to address the appropriate charging function. The actual address for each of the entities can be provided through numerous means, according to the operator s implementation. For example, the addresses may be provided through the S-CSCF within the IMS domain and inserted when a request is received. Whenever a network entity wishes to provide billing information to the billing system, it will use the addresses provided in this header to route charging data using a separate network from SIP. DIAMETER is the protocol used within the IMS domain for this purpose. This header, then, is providing the address information for the charging entities to which this billing/charging data is to be sent. Obviously charging data is very sensitive and should not be sent outside of the home network. For this reason, this header is never sent through other networks outside the home network. This and all other charging headers are deleted by the gateway proxies prior to sending messages outside of the network. Here is an example of this header:
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P-Charging-Function-Addresses: ccf=193.3.2.1; ccf=193.1.2.3; ecf=193.3.2.1; ecf=193.1.2.3
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This example shows two charging entities: the ccf and the ecf at four different locations. The IP address is provided for each one. This address is then used to reach the charging entities using DIAMETER (which is also a packet protocol supporting IP transport).
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The charging vector is used for the correlation of charging data. There are several parameters that are used to support this function: the IMS Charging Identity (ICID), the address of the SIP proxy that provides the charging data, and the Inter-Operator Identifiers (IOI). All three of these identifiers collectively compose the charging vector. The ICID specifically is a unique identifier that is used for charging data correlation. The charging function uses this identifier to determine the session or dialog that the charging information is relevant to. The RFC suggests using a unique identifier created by combining the identifier and the IP address of the SIP proxy.
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