SMPP (Short Message Peer-to-Peer) is a protocol used by the telecommunications industry for
exchanging SMS messages between Short Message Service Centers (SMSC) and External Short
Messaging Entities (ESME). The SMPP protocol is sent through TCP/IP, which allows faster
delivery of SMS messages.
The most commonly used versions of SMPP are v3.3, the most widely supported standard, and v3.4, which adds transceiver support (single connections that can send and receive messages).
SMPP Latest Version
The Solutions Infini Messaging Platform uses the SMPP v3.4 Protocol Specification Issue 1.2.
This document should be read in conjunction with SMPP v3.4 Specifications v1.2 and assumes with SMPP a level of familiarity and functionality.
Clients may connect to the Solutions Infini Messaging Platform Server multiple numbers of times. This may be of importance if the client wishes to deploy multiple applications simultaneously. To connect to the Solutions Infini Messaging Platform, one needs to specify the following parameters:
SMPP V3.3 OR V 3.4
Transmitter (TX)/ Receiver (RX)/ Transceiver
IP Address and Port
This is the TCP/IP endpoint on which the ESME should connect to theSolutions Infini Messaging Platform.
This is the username of your account configured on the Solutions Infini Messaging Platform
Password for the above account. Required for security reasons to preventunauthorized access to your account.
Set the system_type field to smpp.
The client application should connect with the interface_version field set to 0x34 (52 decimal), if it is using SMPP v3.4, otherwise the Solutions Infini Messaging Platformassumes that the application uses SMPP v3.3.
If the application uses SMPP v3.3, then the optional fields cannot be used. These optional fieldsmay be required to implement extra facilities like lengthy SMS
The application should issue an enquire_link every 60 seconds. This will ensure
the link stays active even when it is not in use. The Solutions Infini Messaging Platform will
automatically disconnect any link which is inactive for more than 5 minutes.
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