We do not have any plans to add a connection scheduling feature to the GSM Modem Gateway in Diafaan SMS Server. The solution that you use now, just running the service when you want to get the received messages, is the only way to get the messages and use the VoIP features of the PORTec MV-370. Although the VoIP function does not work when Diafaan SMS Server is connected to the device.
Is it possible somehow to use scheduled connection to GSM gateways? We dont need permanent connections to all gateways, just check new sms every for example 10 minutes?
I'm looking for something similar.
I have a Portech MV-370 and I'm currently evaluating Diafaan. It works all perfect and stable. The only problem is Diafaan hooks up the modem completely so the Gateway cannot be used for VOIP anymore.
As I need SMS and Voice the same time, my feature request would be a "polling mode". Diafan then checks for example every 5-10min if the modem is in use. If the module is available Diafaan will send /PHP_script_to_send_SMS_messagesceive the messages and will release the module after. If the modem is busy the server should just wait for the next interval.
Is this something that could be implemented? I currently have solved it by just manually start and shutdown Diafaan Service in Windows.
Thank you and regards,
As you have already noticed, it is not possible to use more than one GSM modem module on the PORTech MV-378 GSM gateway. The PORTech MV-378 only supports access to one of the GSM modules at the same time and the only way in Diafaan SMS Server to switch between the ports is to disable a GSM Modem Gateway and enable another GSM Modem Gateway manually. This cannot be done automatically.
HI, Im trying to setup MV-378 to use Diafaan software as sms reader. The problem is what over telnet where is two modules, module1 and module2 (one module represent one sim card). The problem is what by default Diafaan connects to module1 only. If Im trying to setup custom login to module2, its fails, because Diafaan always connected to telnet and Portech refuse second telnet connection. Is it possible somehow to use scheduled connection to GSM gateways? We dont need permanent connections to all gateways, just check new sms every for example 10 minutes?
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