CONTENTS

1 Scope
2 Normative references
2.1 Identical ITU-T Recommendations | International Standards
2.2 Paired ITU-T Recommendations | International Standards equivalent in technical content
3 Definitions
3.1 Reference model definitions
3.2 Naming and addressing definitions
3.3 Service conventions definitions
3.4 Presentation service definitions
3.5 ACSE service definitions
3.6 Application Layer Structure definitions
4 Abbreviations
4.1 Data Units
4.2 Types of application-protocol-data-units
4.3 Other abbreviations
5 Conventions
6 Overview of the protocol
6.1 Service provision
6.2 Use of a supporting service
6.3 Model
7 Elements of procedure
7.1 A-UNIT-DATA transfer
7.1.1 Purpose
7.1.2 APDUs used
7.1.3 A-UNIT-DATA transfer procedure
7.1.4 Use of the AUDT APDU fields
7.1.5 Collisions and interactions
7.2 Rules for extensibility
8 Mapping to the supporting service
8.1 IA-Unit-Data.submit
8.1.1 When Invoked
8.1.2 Action upon Receipt
8.2 IA-Unit-Data.deliver
8.2.1 When Invoked
8.2.2 Action upon Receipt
8.2.3 IA-Unit-Data Parameters
9 Abstract Syntax Definition of APDUs
10 Conformance
10.1 Statement requirements
10.2 Static requirements
10.3 Dynamic requirements
11 Precedence
Annex A State table
A.1 General
A.2 Conventions
A.3 Actions to be taken by the ACPM
A.4 Relationship to Presentation and other ASEs
Annex B Summary of Assigned Object Identifier values
Annex C Specification of IA-Service Mappingto the Presentation and ACSE Service