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Stipe Tolj Tue, 19 Jun Skip to site navigation Press enter. The Kannel Group is pleased to announce the availability of Kannel 1. It should be usable for production systems. Changes since version 1. Following is a summary of the main issues. Please ensure that you use boxes from releases greater or equal 1. MT messages are bounced back as MOs into the incoming queue. Option -p is generally reserved for pid file creation.

This breaks any application layer clients that rely on the HTTP body response of sendsms. This allows wrapping config lines to several lines.

Main intention is to provide a installed Kannel without the need of patching the source for any modules that use Kannel's gwlib and gw libs. Now we have a problem with concatenated large sms that bearerbox will try to load balance those over different smsc links and such messages arrive as junk all parts of concatenated large sms must go through the same smsc.

Which is interpreted as the operator ID for aggregator specific MO messages. Also free buffer on error. BSD-style as before with some more restrictions to the name "Kannel" and usage of it.

Otherwise there is no chance for backend applicatins, like smsbox to decide what type of number it is. This is now handled via the more abstracted 'reconnect-delay' value.

Yet not bound to abstraction layer. Hence this is yet experimental. Reconnect delay is defaulting to 10 sec. This option just dumps all known config groups and options to stdout. The stored service name is read from PPG core group, added 'default-dlr-url', 'ppg-smsbox-id', 'service-name' to ppg core group and 'dlr-url', 'smsbox-id' to wap-push-user group.

This allows MOs to be directly turned into MTs within bearerbox. This allows spreading load from one smsbox to several bearerbox instances. New config directives 'default-smsc' for ppg group and 'forced-smsc' and 'default-smsc' for wap-push-user group have been added. Still very experimental. See User Guide for more details.

This enables Kannel to function as MMS proxy. This has been tested with several new MMS capable phones. It allows routing based upon smsc-id or receiver number rules to specific smsbox instances. This may be several real smsboxes or even own boxes that act to bearerbox as if they are smsboxes by using the same message communication interface.

Adds 'alt-charset' directive for the SMPP smsc group. Use iconv's type representation to define which charset is used by a specific smsc. This can be used to let the phone go back to a pre-defined URL in case an serious error happens, i.

The character encoding should be done in the smsc module abstracted layer and not in the smsc specific module layer. As a base encoding we are going to use latin1. This is used to restrict access to service requests coming in on certain receiver numbers, i.

This way a non reachable HTTP server will not cause to drop the request. Instead smsbox will hold a queue and retry the HTTP request via the configurable settings 'http-request-retry' and 'http-queue-delay'. These are useful when Kannel is linked against additional proprietary modules.

This may be used it SMSC connections handle prefix normalization differently. This will log file stamps in local time, not GMT. Beware if you need other timezone date logging to switch this off. This is more suitable for production environments then the limited malloc checking counterpart. This should hold up the situation that there are infinitely more messages injected to the queue then there are outflowing to the SMSC connections. Currently we run both, to allow users to switch seamlessly.

See the ChangeLog for more details. Supported document types are SL and SI. Development in this area is still needed. Messages that arrive at mobile terminals are displayed directly to the user interface and usually they can not be saved to the inbox.

These messages do cause the mobile terminal to indicate special events on the user interface, i. Delivery reports are returned by SMSCs and can trigger a defined URL in order to inform the pushing application of a successful transmission of the message. URLs can be set on a per-message request basis and hence semantics of the message ID is kept by the requesting application.

Using the --with-dlr configure flag external storage spaces may be used for the DLRs. This is useful in cases you take your boxes down and do not want to loose all pending DLR messages. Currently MySQL is supported as external storage. This is used for the sendsms and the administration HTTP interface. Pre-defined sets from the configuration may be send or individual sets using a GET request parameter. This is mainly for accounting purposes. In case boxes are running on different machines in different unreliable networks this may be used to secure the TCP connection between them, i.

This allows to execute arbitrary external code and pass the output as reply to the message sender. This is a fail-safe mechanism to handle messages that pass the regular line of processing to the SIM card.

This may be extended to have several groups reside in corresponding MySQL tables and hence operation of highly dynamical environments gets easier, because there is no need to restart or -HUP the boxes. Valid requests get Accepted , invalid requests get an error code. Not secure yet. This prevents possibly untrusted sites from setting strange UDH values. This makes it possible to send for example ring tones in response to user messages.

It is now used only to set the alphabet, and leaves the message class alone. The sendsms interface also accepts POST requests in this format. Not documented yet. If this is set, the service will be used for all messages that match its keyword, instead of only messages that have the right number of words.

Useful for defining service-specific error replies. This is needed to stay connected with some SMSCs. It should now be ready for serious use. This works around many temporary problems. This has been fixed. The problem was not present in the 1. In particular, reopening a broken connection works again. It can be started and stopped while Kannel is running, which makes it easier to use.

It also supports udh. Changes since version 0. They used to always be plain text. They used to be mandatory even though they were never used, so in existing configurations they are likely to contain dummy values that will not work. This was actually changed before 0. Written for SMPP 3. It works like the old fakesmsc, but can be started and stopped while Kannel is running, which makes it easier to use. There is a wrapper for the old interface, because no SMSC drivers have been converted yet.

It is much more stable now, handles more requests at a time, and shuts down more cleanly. Also fixed in 0. This greatly improves throughput if the roundtrip to the SMSC is slower than 10 milliseconds. Changes compared to version 0. This makes it able to handle many more requests at a time. Used by HTTP module. Connection module has extensions for it.

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Bearebox takes data from storefile and transfers them to the defined SMSC. The Bearerbox consists of two separate processes: one is the active and the other is its watchdog; if the active process drops the watchdog takes its place and starts a new spare. Although the processes are very stable, it's recommended to start pschk. The Bearerbox.

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Stipe Tolj Tue, 19 Jun Skip to site navigation Press enter. The Kannel Group is pleased to announce the availability of Kannel 1. It should be usable for production systems.

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