SMSLink implements a client/server gateway to the SMS protocol (short messages on the mobile phones). It requires the use of dedicated hardware (a serial GSM module). Both SMS emission and reception are supported, either in text-mode or in PDU-mode. It also includes an SMS to eMail gateway module. The server runs under Linux and FreeBSD and supports interactive mode via telnet. The command-line client already exists for Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, HP-UX, and Win32. A basic Web interface is also provided.
|Tags||Communications Telephony Utilities|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release improves performance on both the server and client sides, adds support for "exotic" numplans, and improves debugging.
Release Notes: Support for Ericsson GM-12/GM-22, new fast modem response mode for speedier modem dialog, a new dedicated daemon mode for fast, high-priority incoming messages processing, a new ability to have the incoming messages fed directly to an external program/script for further processing, a new device-level optional flag field to control use of those new features, and more.
Release Notes: The command-line client was ported to the Win32 platform through the use of the Cygwin library. The distribution archive now also features a contrib/ directory containing 2 more (native) Win32 clients.
Release Notes: This version adds full PDU-mode support (SMS reception in PDU mode is now supported as well), and also support for 2 new GSM models.
Release Notes: This release has been ported to the FreeBSD platform (both for the client and the server programs).