I am sorry but I can't help you with this, you can contact your mobile service provider or an external SMS service provider with the request to hire a short code. When you have a short code on a SIM card or from an SMS service provider that supports the standard SMPP protocol you can set up Diafaan SMS Server to use it in the same way as any other phone number.
So I want to hire a shortcode for sending and receiving, put thought the diafaan could do this function in mask mode.
could me the most information
I am not sure that I understand your questions correctly. Can you rephrase your question and provide more detail if this post does not answer your question?
It is not possible to change the sender number when you send a message with a GSM modem. The sender number is always the mobile phone number that is associated with the SIM card. This can be a short code but only if it was assigned to the SIM card by your mobile service provider.
Most Internet based SMS service providers offer the option to change the sender number of the messages and if you need this functionality then using an Internet based SMS service is the best option.
you could put a print on setting up diafaan server?
My nuermo +xxxxxxxxxxxxx (BRAZIL) template number eg yyyyy
how to configure the modem Properties?
I did what you recommended I use a modem zte however does not send short number, the User see normal number of operator
When you send a message with Diafaan SMS Server using a GSM modem to a mobile number with 5 or less digits, the number is automatically recognized as a short code and it is encoded in the message as a 'Network Specific Number'.
If your short code number is longer than 5 digits, you can change this threshold in the 'MaxShortCodeLength' property in the advanced settings of the GSM Modem Gateway.
Some mobile networks do not recognize a 'Network Specific Number' format as a short code and expect a number in 'Unknown' number format or sometimes in 'International' or 'National' number format. you can force Diafaan SMS Server to use another number format with a specific prefix character to the number:
'*': Unknown number, e.g. '*4444'
'#': National number, e.g. '#5555'
'+': International number, e.g. '+6666'
have a zte modem mf190 connected in diafaan, wanted to set up the device to send SMS to short number, someone could help me? ja tutorial however you could not.
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