The AT&T model should work with everything that Diafaan SMS Server needs.
I *think* that the Verizon model also supports all features that Diafaan SMS Server needs but I am not entirely sure of it. CDMA networks used a different version of the SMS standard than GSM based networks. I believe that the Verizon LTE network (and other LTE networks) now also use the full GSM standard but if that is not the case then Diafaan SMS Server will use Text Mode SMS and some of the SMS features like multipart messages or delivery reports are not as well supported in Text Mode in Diafaan SMS Server.
Both of these modems work with Diafaan SMS Server. The first can be used as a LAN modem, the second is only available in models with a USB or a serial port interface.
Henk, I'm at a loss, I thought I had the right model based on the research I did before. To be absolutely sure can you verify if this is what I'm looking for? We were hoping to utilize a LAN configuration so we could locate the modem in another part of our office.
We have not tested this particular modem model with Diafaan SMS Server but as far as I can determine from the information that I can find on the internet, it is not compatible with Diafaan SMS Server. I am not even sure that this modem has support for SMS messaging at all. There is no mention of it in the documentation of the modem.
There are two Multitech modem series that we have tested with Diafaan SMS Server and that worked very well, the basic Multiconnect Cell 100 series and the more complicated Multiconnect rCell 100 LAN modem series.
Open port: TCP/IP:115200,n,8,1:xxx.xx.xxx.xx:22
Open port: TCP/IP:115200,n,8,1:xxx.xx.xxx.xx:23
Login: Login incorrect
Apologies, the log I tried to show didn't display correctly. Here they are.
- Open port: TCP/IP:115200,n,8,1:xxx.xx.xxx.xx:22
< Login: Login incorrect
- Port closed
Hi there, I'm trying to use the trial version of the application to add a MultiConnect® eCell - Ethernet to Cellular with an AT&T sim installed. I was able to get the WAN to pull an IP when it was set up as AT&T Broadband and then we go to add the gateway and test it we receive the following from the log file, x represents our ip we assigned.
- Open port: TCP/IP:115200,n,8,1:xxx.xx.xxx.xx:23
- Port closed
We are able to reach the device via IP, and Putty. The port of 23 or 22 always shows this. Is there something we are doing wrong?
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