SMPP source-addr-npi/ton +sign infront of short codes

Pan os grpanosgr at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 24 21:14:27 CET 2007


There is a difference to some smscs. That is why I was
asking for a way to configure that from the sendsms???
interface.

Anyone else can help on this?

Tim

--- Iain Dooley <iain at workingsoftware.com.au> wrote:

> hi there,
> 
> > Dear kannel experts hi.
> > We are using a SMPP 3.4 link & want to send sms
> using
> > a short code as an originator. E.g. 88123
> > The problem is that when we set it we get +88123
> as
> > the origininator in the recipient's handset.
> > I know that this is determined by the
> > source-addr-npi/ton of the SMPP connection so it
> is
> > set accordingly.
> > The question is that if we will be able to set
> ton/npi
> > to not send the + infront of the short code then
> we
> > miss the full MSIDSNs like +4477xxxxxx!
> > Can we set the npi/ton of the message through a
> URL
> > GET field in the sendsms script?
> > Is anyone our there that has solved that by using
> one
> > SMPP connection?
> 
> i don't set the npi or ton in my configuration
> files, and whatever i put 
> as the 'from' parameter in my sms push url is what
> is sent. ie. if i want 
> a full international number i put +61xxxxx but if i
> want a word like 'My 
> Company' i just put 'My+Company'. if i put 111111
> that is how it will come 
> out on the handset!
> 
> this may be a difference in the smsc ...
> 
> cheers
> 
> iain
> 



 
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