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1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Introduction to the Charitable Deduction 3 Defining Tax-Exempt Organizations 4 7 19 25 Principles of Charitable Organizations Law Philosophy Statistical Profile of Charitable Sector Categories of Tax-Exempt Organizations
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Agent in its Home Network. The collaboration of PMIPv6 and MIPv6 quite naturally proceeds as follows: the MS would communicate its MN-HoA as Care-of-Address to its Home Agent. When a packet destined for the MS reaches the Home Agent, it sends it to the Care-of-Address. The packet is caught by the LMA, who in turn tunnels it to the MAG. The MAG keeps track of the MS s Access Point using a link-layer mobility protocol and delivers the packet to the MS. Network Attach When entering the Network Attach phase, the UE has already established a Radio Bearer. The UE now registers with the network just as with GPRS Attach. Going beyond GPRS Attach, it also establishes always-on IP connectivity. In 3GPP language, one says that it establishes a Default Bearer by obtaining an IP address immediately and connectivity with best-effort QoS. Any packet may travel on the Default Bearer, its Traf c Flow Template (TFT, cf. 11, Section 11.6.3) is unspeci c. The Default Bearer is maintained until the UE detaches. Alwayson is a substantial enhancement compared to the previous releases of the 3GPP System and satis es an IMT-Advanced requirement, cf. 20, Section The details of the attachment procedure depend on the type of AN and on the protocol option. Note that, it is not yet clear as to how it is decided which protocol option is to be used a choice which also depends on UE capability, because MIPv4 can only be chosen if the UE supports it nor as to how the network and UE communicate their choice. In the next subsection we will cover the basic procedure. In subsequent subsections, we will highlight the interesting access-speci c details. Basic Message Flow for Network Attach The Network Attach procedure is depicted in Figure 21.12. It builds on GPRS Attach (cf. 11, Section 11.5 and Figure 11.7) and the equivalent procedure for I-WLANs (cf. 18, Section 18.1.3). Network Attach starts with access-speci c steps in which the UE contacts the Controlling Gateway of its AN e.g. the MME or ePDG, cf. Figure 21.5 to authenticate and authorize with the AAA/HSS. In the case of a 3GPP AN, the UE also communicates location information such as Cell Global Identi er and Tracking Area Identi er (Tracking Area is the Rel-8 equivalent of the Routing Area) and the HSS informs the MME about Subscriber Data non3GPP ANs must work without this information. Additional access-speci c con guration procedures may follow. There now follows the establishment of the Default Bearer, in particular the network side between controlling Gateway and PGW. The steps involved are by-and-large access independent. Also, on a high-level, there is little dependence upon the protocol option. Before delving into the details, however, we should consider what the Default Bearer involves: the PGW must assign an IP address to the UE, and a tunnel must be established between the Controlling Gateway and the PGW so that when the UE later moves into the realm of a new Controlling Gateway, the tunnel which is anchored in the PGW moves to the new Controlling Gateway. With the GTP-option, Default Bearer establishment is straightforward: the MME/SGW signals to the PGW to set-up a PDP Context with minimum QoS. With the IETF Protocol option, the messaging between Controlling Gateway and PGW to set-up the Default Bearer is performed by PMIPv6 or MIPv4. With PMIPv6, the SGW is a
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