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Re: [hobbit] Setting up SMS server and hobbit
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- Subject: Re: [hobbit] Setting up SMS server and hobbit
- From: Stef Coene <stef.coene (at) docum.org>
- Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2010 20:55:20 +0100
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On Thursday 11 February 2010, Smith, Cathy wrote:
> Can someone recommend directions for setting up an SMS server and
> integrating it with hobbit? I'm a novice about this, so something that is
> written well would be appreciative. There seems to be a lot on Google
> when I did a simple search.
We use gnokii and serial attached siemens m20 sms box. I have 2 of them and
they are rock solid.
gnokii uses a mysql database. so a simple insert in the outbox table is enough
to send a sms.
PS: our monitor setup is much more complicated. We use 2 SMS gateways and 2
dialers (asterisk software connected to a VoIP box) in 2 different countries.
Each customer has a monitor server that can connect to the dialers if there is
an alert. The dialer calls the system engineer and sends a sms.