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What are the usausa interception standards for CALEA?

What is the lawful intercept feature?

  • The Lawful Intercept feature supports the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA), which describes how service providers in the United States must support lawful intercept. Currently, lawful intercept is defined by the following standards:

What is lawful interception management (Lea)?

  • Included in the architecture is the lawful interception management function, which covers interception session set-up and tear-down, scheduling, target identification, etc. Communications between the network operator and LEA are via the handover interfaces (HI).

What happens when a lawful intercept expires?

  • When the lawful intercept expires, the router stops intercepting the target's traffic. The CISCO-TAP2-MIB contains SNMP management objects that control lawful intercepts on the router. The mediation device uses the MIB to configure and run lawful intercepts on targets whose traffic passes through the router.

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