Thanks, the first option worked perfectly from the web application!
The SMPP Connector in Diafaan SMS Server supports two ways of user verification. The easiest one is to use a Web Connector and add new users from the web application in the browser. This verification method only supports a username and password, it does not allow authentication with the IP address of the SMPP client.
The other user verification method is using HTTP callbacks. When this is used, Diafaan SMS Server will send an HTTP call for each bind attempt. The script on the web server can then send a response back to block or allow the new connection. This user verification method is harder to set up than the first one, but it allows authentication on the IP address of the SMPP client and the username and password.
How can i setup user credentials to allow clients to bind to the server over smpp.
ideally i would need authenticate using ip address, port, username & password to create a successful smpp bind.
any advice on the best approach to to this would be appreciated.
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