Yes, you can use the HTTP API to change individual settings of the gateways and connectors. You can find more information in the send-server-command section in the HTTP API specification in the online manual.
How can I automatically change GSM modem settings using the HTTP API? Is it possible?
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Numbers in an SMS message always have a corresponding Address Type. By default, Diafaan SMS Server uses Address Type 'Network Specific' for short codes (numbers with less than 5 digits). The default Address Type in Diafaan SMS Server for longer numbers is 'International'. You can also use prefix '+' to indicate that a number is 'International', '#' for 'Nationa'l or '*' for the 'Unknown' Address Type.
Apparently, your network operator does not like the 'Network Specific' Address Type and that is why adding the + prefix works. If you set the MaxShortCodeLength in the advanced settings of the GSM Modem Gateway to '0', the number 333 will not be marked as a short code but will be handled as an 'International' number.
I'm trying to send an SMS to the short number "333" and it returns an error 21, but when I try to send the same SMS using a third-party application (SMSCaster), it is successfully sent. I also noticed that if you specify the number as "+333", then it is also successfully sent. Help me to understand;
Help me please.
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