CDMA Network Security

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CDMA Network Security
Table of Contents

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  • 1. introduction …4
  • 2. security overview …4
  • 3. Cdma network and technology overview …6
  • 3.1 Cdma2000 1xrtt and 1xeV-do …8
  • 3.2 mobile stations …8
  • 3.3 access network …8
  • 3.4 Core network …9
  • 4. security in Call setup …9
  • 4.1 1xrtt autonomous registration authentication …9
  • 4.2 eV-do access authentication… 12
  • 4.3 mobile iP (Public network) or enterprise home agent (Private network) access … 14
  • 5. air interface (Physical layer) … 18
  • 5.1 air interface technologies … 18
  • 5.2 Cdma air interface security benefits … 19
  • 6. access network (layer 2) … 22
  • 6.1 1xrtt device and subscriber authentication … 22
  • 6.2 1xeV-do access authentication … 22
  • 7. Core network … 22
  • 7.1 User authentication and authorization … 22
  • 7.2 iP management … 23
  • 7.3 dynamic mobile iP Update … 24
  • 7.4 roaming … 24
  • 8. network availability … 24
  • 9. transport/Perimeter … 25
  • 9.1 traffic separation …25
  • 9.2 direct Circuit Connection … 25
  • 9.3 ssl/tls …25
  • 9.4 firewalls and Choke routers …26
  • 10. device endpoint … 26
  • 10.1 initial Provisioning … 26
  • 10.2 device management … 26
  • 10.3 device Compliance … 26
  • 11. hosted services security … 26
  • 11.1 breW … 26
  • 11.2 sms … 27
  • 11.3 mms … 27
  • 11.4 Content and media … 27
  • 11.5 navigation and location-based services (lbs) … 27
  • 11.6 Verizon Wireless field force manager … 27
  • 12. summary … 27
  • 13. Glossary of terms … 28
  • 14. Contact information … 32
  • 15. legal disclaimer … 32
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