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Saturday, March 23, 2013

Cara setup aplikasi Anda utk OZEKI NG SMS Gateway

How to setup your application for Ozeki NG SMS Gateway?
Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway helps your business to achieve significant goals in the most innovative way. As you will see below, installing and configuring your Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway as an SMPP Service Provider is really simple. Take a look at the following step-by-step guide and run along with the instructions.
Installation steps
  1. What you need
  2. Establish Internet connection
  3. Installation of Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway
  4. Connecting the Ozeki VoIP GSM Gateway to a computer
  5. Network settings in the Ozeki VoIP GSM Gateway
  6. Logging in Ozeki NG SMS Gateway
  7. Configuration in Ozeki NG SMS Gateway
  1. What you need
    In order to send and receive SMS messages from your corporate IT system, you need to connect Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway and Ozeki NG SMS Gateway. For this purpose you need to insert a SIM card into the smartphone on which you have installed the application. In Figure 1 you can see the accessories:
    • Android Mobile Phone: Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway is compatible with Android operation system. Sony Ericsson, Samsung, Motorola, HTC, LG and Alcatel also apply this OS. At least Android 2.3.3 is required. In addition, a SIM card is required. SIM card is used to provide connection to a GSM service provider. You can use your existing SIM card placed in your Android-based smartphone or you can buy a new one directly from a GSM service provider.

    • Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway Application: This is an application, which replaces conventional GSM modems. It is a gateway that allows you to send SMS messages from the Ozeki NG SMS Gateway toward the GSM network. You can download Lite and Full versions from Google Play or you can order Full Plus edition directly from Ozeki. Compare the 3 editions

    • Windows PC: In order to use your smartphone as an SMS Service Provider you need Ozeki NG SMS Gateway, which is compatible with Windows operation system. So there is a need for a Windows PC.

    • Ozeki NG SMS Gateway: Ozeki NG SMS Gateway for Windows is a software that makes it possible to connect your system to the mobile network. Due to this software you can send and receive SMS messages as well. You can order it directly from Ozeki.


    Figure 1 - Prerequisites
  2. Establish Internet connection
    First of all, you need to setup Internet connection on your Android phone. For this purpose, you can use WI-FI or your Mobile Internet subscription. Follow the instructions below to establish Internet connection:
    • WI-FI: In order to setup and manage wireless access points you need to selectSettings, then Wireless and networks and finally WI-FI settings menu items. Turn on WI-FI by ticking "WI-FI" in the checklist, then select the appropriate WI-FI network from the list that appears below. If necessary, enter the password, then click on the "Connect" button.

    • Mobile network: If you have a Mobile Internet subscription you need to follow these steps: Select Settings, then Wireless and networks and finally Mobile networks menu items. Now click on "Use packet data" in the checklist to enable data access over mobile network.
  3. Installation of Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway
    After you have downloaded Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway, your Android operation system installs the application automatically. After installation you will see the followings on your mobile phone: (Figure 2):


    Figure 2 - Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway installed succesfully
    After installation the following icon (Figure 3) will appear on your smartphone menu (Figure 3):


    Figure 3 - Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway icon
    Click on the icon to launch the application. You will see the following screen on your phone (Figure 4):


    Figure 4 - Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway home screen
    Activate your license
    In case of Full Plus edition you need to activate your trial version in order to use your application beyond the trial period. After you payed for the application using your PayPal account, you will get the activation code.
  4. Connecting the Ozeki VoIP GSM Gateway to a computer
    Through WI-FI or over the Internet you can connect Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway to your computer. There is no need for any phone-to-PC data cable.
  5. Networks settings in Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway
    First, click on the "Start" button in the middle of the screen (see above in Figure 4). After starting the application different parameters appear on the top left-hand side of the srceen (Figure 5). You need to use these parameters in Ozeki NG SMS Gateway Management Console.
    In order to launch your Android mobile phone as an SMPP Service Provider you need to click on "Start" button in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. As a result, a "green tick" and the "SMPP server is running" message appears in the top right-hand corner of the screen (Figure 5).

    Figure 5 - SMPP server is running
    If you want to stop SMPP server, you have to click on "Stop" button in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. Now, in the top right-hand corner of the screen you can see a "red X" and the following text message: "SMPP server is stopped" (Figure 6). "..." button brings up the menu.

    Figure 6 - SMPP server is stopped
  6. Logging in Ozeki NG SMS Gateway
    After you have opened Ozeki NG SMS Gateway, you need to login to the user interface (the management console). In the login window, enter your username and password(Figure 7). If you need assistance for login, please take a look at Ozeki NG SMS Gateway Quick Start Guide.


    Figure 7 - Ozeki NG SMS Gateway login screen
  7. Configuration in Ozeki NG SMS Gateway
    In the next step, you need to install and configure SMPP (Short Message Peer-to-Peer) connection. There are three ways to start the installation:
    • Click "Add" button in the top right-hand corner of the Service Providers panel on the left of the Management Console interface, or

    • Click "Add service provider" textlink in the bottom left-hand corner of the Service Providers panel on the left of the Management Console interface, or

    • Click "Service providers" menu item on the top bar, then select "Add service provider" item.
    After you have completed one of these actions, the Add service provider panel will appear on the right side of the GUI. This panel contains a list of protocols you can install and use for communication with an SMS service provider.
    Look for "SMPP Connection", then click on the "Install" textlink to select the SMPP protocol (Figure 8).


    Figure 8 - Adding a new SMPP connection
    Now the SMPP Configuration panel appears on the right side of the interface. The first tab is the SMPP settings, where you can specify the SMPP server settings. You need to specify the following parameters: host nameport numberusername and password. Check out these data in your Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway (on the top left-hand) and enter the appropriate information (Figure 9).


    Figure 9 - Specifying the SMPP server settings
    In the fields below, enter the telephone number used to this connection and theservice provider name. Select a clearly distinguishable and well-defined connection name and give different names for different connections. Specify the information in the edit boxes. When you enter the phone number you should use international format, so start with "+". It is a required information. Do not leave this field empty, otherwise SMS sending will fail.
    You can tick the "overridable" checkbox on the right side of the Telephone number edit box. This grants that you can replace the phone number specified in the Telephone number edit box with a different one to be displayed as the sender of an outgoing message. You can also replace the number with text (it can contain up to 11 characters). As a result, before you send your message, you can enter any different phone number or a name as the sender ID of the message.
    In order to configure logging, click the next tab. It is called "Logging". This tab consists of 2 parts: "Logging" and "Log file settings" sections. Here, you can select the program to make log about sent and received messages in human readable format and/or log low level communication. If you choose the second option the program will make log files including binary codes representing the communication data.
    Tip: Select at least the "Log sent and received messages in human readable format" option, because logfiles can help to solve communication problems (Figure 10).


    Figure 10 - Settings on the Logging tab
    The second part of the tab is Log file settings, where you can setup the size and the number of available logfiles. Log rotation saves disk space, since it grants that older (and probably no longer needed) logfiles will be deleted automatically from the log directory. You can enter the Log directory manually, or you can use the default, which has the following access path: C:Program FilesOzekiOzekiNG - SMS GatewayLogs.
    You can enter the maximum size of a logfile below. If the logfile reach this size, a new file will be created. The default maximum logfile size is 8000 kB. You can type an individual value by entering a positive whole number.
    The next edit box is Number of rotated files. It contains the maximum number of rotated logfiles that are saved. You should enter a positive whole number. By default, it's vaule is 8 (as you can see Figure 10 above). If you use the default specifications, do not change this text boxes.
    In the Configuration panel the next tab is Connection. Here you can enter protocol-specific options and specify NPI and TON settings (in the left section). On the right side you can make communication link management settings.
    You can select a protocol version by ticking either of v3.3 or v3.4.
    Below you can enter the System type. It is for assigning the protocol standard of the other side (SMSC). This information is specified by the service provider.
    The Bind mode describes the way of communication between Ozeki NG SMS Gateway and the SMSC of a Service Provider. In this section you can choose Transmitter,Receiver or Transceiver. If you use this connection only for sending SMS messages, choose Transmitter. If you use this connection only for receiving messages, chooseReceiver. If you use this connection for sending and receiving messages as well, chooseTransceiver.
    Under Bind mode settings you can also find edit boxes for TON and NPI settings. TON refers to Type Of Number, while NPI is the acronym for Network Protocol Identification. In this fields, you should enter numbers. This information is provided by the GSM service provider (Figure 11).


    Figure 11 - Connection tab
    In the right side of the Communication tab you can control communication links. The first setting is "Windows size", where you can increase the window size, if windowing is supported by your SMPP service provider.
    If you tick the Send keepalive packets checkbox in this Communication link management section, you can make the program send keepalive packets to maintain connection. Proxy servers will drop a connection after a short period of time if there is no activity on it. Keepalive packets are sent during idle periods to keep the connection open.
    In this checkbox you can enter the maximum length of idle connection between the Ozeki NG SMS Gateway and the SMS Center of the Service Provider. You should specify any positive whole number. If the default specification (30 seconds) is appropriate for you, do not change this edit box.
    Finally, in this tab you can also check the Slow down communication to checkbox if your service provider cannot accept messages at a high speed.
    The next tab in the Configuration settings is Message submission, which consists of two parts: Delivery reports and Submit timeout handling. In "Delivery reports" section you can activate Request delivery reports option. Delivery reports are messages about the delivery status of the sent messages. They are returned by the service provider when your message arrives to the recipient mobile device. In the next edit box (Delivery date format) you can enter the date format used by your service provider in delivery reports.
    The right side of the panel is Submit timeout handling, where you can specify the preferred way to manage submit timeout. In the Submit timeout edit box you can enter the maximum waiting time for an SMSC response confirming that your message has been successfully submitted. A submission is successful if the SMSC has accepted the message for delivery. In this field you should use numerical characters representing any positive whole number. If the default specification (60 seconds) is appropriate for you, do not change this setting.
    In addition, if there is no response from the SMSC after the defined length of time, you can choose the message status. Select one of the following radio buttons: If there is no response from the SMSC, select "Sent" to consider a message sent even. If there is no response from the SMSC, select "Not sent" to consider a message not sent (Figure 12).


    Figure 12 - Message submission tab
    As you can see in Figure 11, the next tab is Message data. It also contains two main sections: "Character encoding of text messages" and "Message data transport". First, you can enter the preferred character set (Default, ISO_8859_1, UCS2, GSM7bit) and the character encoding policy (Best match, Transform, Enforce).

    Best match: Converts to preferred character set if lossless conversion is possible. (Character substitutions are not allowed.)
    Transform: Converts to preferred character set if possible. (Character substitutions are allowed.)
    Enforce: Always uses the preferred charset. (Character substitutions and character losses are allowed.)

    Then you can setup one of the following options if it is required: Use GSM 7 bit packed encodingEncode @ sign as iso 8859-1 characterConvert incoming GSM 7 to iso 8859-1.

    In the right side of the panel you can find "Message data transport" section. You can check segmentation and reassembly (SAR) in order to automatically split outgoing messages and reassemble incoming messages if needed as long messages should be sent via the mobile network in several parts.

    Since some service providers might ask you to use TLV fields instead of the standard SM field, in the last section you can select from the following options:
    Put UDH into TLV for binary SMS
    Put UDH into TLV for text SMS
    Put msg data into TLV instead of SM field


    Figure 13 - Message data tab
    The next tab is Encoding. Here you can find the following sections: ESM Class field,Number format encodingDCS fieldService type. In ESM Class section you can choose from these options:
    Put Delivery Report Req. into ESM class
    Put UDHI into ESM class for text SMS
    Put UDHI into ESM class for binary SMS

    In case your service provider asks you to set ESM class field to 00 for all messages, leave these fields unchecked.

    In the right side of the panel, in Number format encoding section you can specify TON and NPI numbers. At the bottom of the panel you can specify DCS that determines the charset, the message class and binary message encoding, and service type parameter of SUBMIT SM PDU (Figure 12).


    Figure 14 - Encoding tab
    The last tab on the Configuration panel is Advanced tab (Figure 13). In this section you can specify the Service type parameter of DELIVER_SM PDU. Its default value is 0. If it is appropriate for you, do not change this setting.
    The other section is SMPP Error Handling, where you can specify that when the transfer for this connection should stop. It should stop when Throttling Error or Message Queue Full Error is received. You have to enter any positive whole number.


    Figure 15 - Advanced tab
    After configuration click on "OK" button. If the Advanced tab Connect automatically on startup checkbox was checked in the bottom left-hand corner of the panel, Ozeki NG SMS Gateway will automatically initiate a connection with the SMSC. If this checkbox is not checked, you need to initiate connection manually.
    To initiate the connection manually, click the Connect link in the left side of the screen (in the panel of the service provider connection) (Figure 16).


    Figure 16 - Links to operations
    If you click on the name of a service provider connection in the Management Console, you can open the panel of the service provider connection.
    This panel consists of three sections.
    On the top of the panel you can find the name of the service provider connection (with the name of its protocol in brackets).
    You can see an icon, which shows the status of the service provider connection. If it is not connected, the icon is marked with an "X".
    To the right of this icon you can find textlinks to perform different operations.
      Configure: this hyperlink leads back to the configuration panel, which allows you to configure or modify the configuration of an installed service provider connection.
      Events: click on this link to bring up the Events panel. You can use this option to view the logging of the latest server events related to the service provider connection.
      Connect: click on it to connect the service provider connection with the SMS Center.
      Disconnect: click on it to disconnect the service provider connection from the SMS Center.
      Uninstall: this option allows you to uninstall the service provider connection.
    In the middle part of the panel you can see some of the most important configuration information. The options that have been (re)activated during the configuration arechecked with a tick. The options, which have not been activated or those that have been deactivated during the configuration are marked with an "X". At the bottom of this panel you can find some protocol information.
Now your Android mobile phone is able to send bulk SMS messages. If you need more information to send new messages, please study Ozeki NG SMS Gateway Quick Start Quide.
Conclusion
This guide above introduced how to setup Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway for Ozeki NG SMS Gateway. If you follow these steps you will be able to establish connection between the GSM network and the IP network quickly and easily.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact us at  info@ozekisms.com
Dig deeper!

Perbandingan SMS Gateway OZEKI Android vs GSM Modem

Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway versus GSM modem
In order to send and receive SMS messages through corporate IT System, you need to connect the GSM service and the IP networks. For this purpose there is a need for a GSM modem or an SMPP SMS Gateway smartphone application. Get more information from the following comparison and discover their own advantages and disadvantages.
WiringNo wiring is needed (you need only a mobile phone charger occasionally). In addition, this application can connect to the Internet through WIFI.There is a need for an AC/DC Adaptor and you may need an RS232 Serial Cable
MobilitySince no wiring is needed, this application is portable.As GSM modem connects to the computer and the light socket with cables, this device is located.
Number of SIM cardsAn Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway license can be used for one mobile device (for one SIM card). However, you can use more smartphones (with more SIM cards and licenses) in order to make your SMS messaging solution more effective.A conventional GSM modem provides one voice channel (one SIM card), but there are multichannel versions.
DeliveryEasy to download from Google Play or Ozeki website then installation is easy and only takes a few minutes. After this, it is ready for use immediately.If you buy a modem from a webshop, after ordering delivery takes several days.
Device requirementsYou can download the application to an existing mobile phone. It is not necessary to buy and install a new physical device.You need to buy an additional hardware device.
IndicatorsYou can track the connection status on the mobile GUI.Several LEDs indicate the connection status (Power, Ready, WAN, GSM, etc.). The number of LEDs varies by devices.
Configuration wayEasy to configure the application through the mobile GUI.Easy to configure GSM modem through a PC or WEB GUI.
Communication wayMakes it possible to send and receive SMS messages as well.Allows you to send and receive SMS messages.

Conclusion
This article compared Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway and the conventional GSM modem. The table above highlights the main differences, so it reflects the core benefits of using your Android smartphone as an SMS Gateway.
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Mengapa OZEKI Android adalah SMS Gateway yang lebih baik ?


Why is Ozeki Android
SMPP SMS Gateway better?
Android SMPP SMS Gateway technology makes your business communication system powerful and more effective. Check out the list above and find out why Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway is the best.
  1. Supports GSM 7 bit SMS
    The standard encoding for GSM messages is the 7 bit default alphabet, which contains english characters and a few international characters for Western Europe and Greece. These characters are defined in the ETSI GSM 03.38 standard. (International characters refer to the unicode character set, which contains special symbols and characters.)
    In GSM SMS system, an SMS message can contain up to 140 bytes (standard 8-bit bytes) of message data. The 7 bit SMS alphabet allows you to send 160 characters in this 140 bytes. This means that, when you send a text message, as long as the text only contains characters that are included in the GSM 7-bit character set, 160 7-bit characters are compressed into 140 8-bit bytes to produce the 160 character limit that we are so familiar with. (Note: 160 * 7 = 140 * 8). Get more information about GSM 7 bit SMS messages
  2. Supports Unicode SMS
    If you want to send a message, which contains characters that are not part of the GSM 7-bit character set, the full text of the SMS needs to be encoded in the Unicode UCS-2 character set. The unicode character set can be used to send special symbols and characters of all languages including chinese, arabic, hebrew, cyrillic, special eastern european characters, etc.
    In the UCS-2 character set, each character is encoded with 16-bits (or two 8-bit bytes). It means that an SMS message is limited to 70 16-bit Unicode characters (70 * 16 = 140 * 8). Learn more about Unicode SMS messages
  3. Supports multipart SMS
    If a message is larger than 140 8-bit bytes, then there are segmentation and reassembly standards defined, where a single logical message can be sent over the air using multiple physical SMS messages. The receiving client then has the ability to reassemble the segmented message so that it again appears as a single message on the receiving device.
    When a long text message is segmented into multiple physical SMS messages, a special header is added to each physical SMS message so that the receiving client knows that it is a multipart SMS message that must be reassembled by the client. These headers are known as segmentation or concatenation headers or SAR headers.
    If you send a long text message containing only characters that are part of the GSM 03.38 character set, then each SMS segment can contain up to 153 characters. (140 bytes - 6 bytes for the concatenation header leaves 134 available bytes, or 7 * 134 = 1072 bits. The most 7-bit characters that can be packed into 1072 bits is 153.)
    If you send a long text message that includes any characters that require Unicode encoding, then each SMS segment can contain up to 67 characters (67 * 16 = 1072 bits). Find out more about multipart SMS
  4. Provides delivery reports
    Delivery reports are messages, which show the accurate status of your sent messages. In this way you can receive delivery reports when the message arrives at the SMSC (SMS center of a Mobile Service Provider). This is called "Delivered to network" status. "Delivered to handset" report means that the message is received on the mobile device of the recipient.
  5. Supports SMPP 3.4 protocol
    Short Message Peer to Peer (SMPP) protocol is an open, industry standard protocol designed to provide a flexible data communications interface for transfer of short message data between some type of Message Center, such as Short Message Service Centre (SMSC) and an SMS application system, such as Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway. Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway supports SMPP 3.4 protocol. SMPP connection between a PC and the SMSC
  6. Enables two-way communication: sending/receiving
    Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway makes it possible two-way communication. It means you can send SMS messages through your Android application and you can also receive messages. Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway ensures unlimited SMS throughput concerning outgoing and incoming messages as well.
  7. Enables message queues
    Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway allows you to define the message queuing process. Message queuing provides an asynchronous communications protocol, which means that the sender and receiver of the message do not need to interact with the message queue at the same time. Waiting messages can be queued easily with this functionality. Messages placed onto the queue are stored until the recipient retrieves them.
  8. Access messages arrive, when your SMPP client was not connected
    Since you can send and receive SMS messages through Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway, your smartphone, on which you have installed the application, works as a server. The client-side is Ozeki NG SMS Gateway, as this software allows you to compose and send SMS messages.
    When connection between Ozeki NG SMS Gateway and Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway was failed, you get an access message about this. This message informs you that your SMS was not sent or an incoming message was not arrived. So if you try to connect again, you will not miss any messages.
  9. Works on all GSM networks
    Nowadays SMS messaging from corporate system can be solved by using conventional mobile phones (so called "dump phones"). Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway makes it possible to use your Android-based smartphone for SMS messaging, since all Service Providers let in Android to mobile network. It allows you to send bulk sms through your Android mobile phone from the corporate system. It can not be prohibited by Service Providers. How to gain profit from this
  10. High quality implementation
    Ozeki experts have developed a revolutionary mobile application, which allows you to connect your IT networks and the GSM service. It is easy to download and install, easy to handle and it makes effective messaging solution available. Comprehensive overview about the application
    As you can see above you can send SMS with standard or special characters and the system able to handle multipart messages. Besides sending and receiving perfectly legible messages, Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway gives information about the status of the system and the messages continuously.
Conclusion
The article above provided reasons for why Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway is the best. Briefly, this application enables outgoing and incoming SMS traffic, supports GSM 7 bit, Unicode and multipart SMS messages as well and provides delivery reports and access messages. Moreover, it works on all GSM networks and ensures message queues.
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Jadikan Android Anda jadi SMS Gateway

Get started
Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway makes it possible to connect your Ozeki NG SMS Gateway system to the mobile network. Install it on your Android mobile phone and setup Ozeki NG SMS Gateway to connect to it. Check out our Quick start guide for installation instructions.
If your company is interested in sending SMS messages from Business applications, this application is highly recommended for you, as it allows you to send and receive unlimited SMS messages. Study key features andtechnical details.

Use it in your business
You can send SMS from your SQL database or you can use HTTP, E-mail, etc to exploit SMS communication in your business application. Benefits:

  ✔ Setup in less then 5 minutes
  ✔ No need to purchase a GSM modem
  ✔ No Internet SMS service is needed
  ✔ No montly subscription fees
  ✔ Take advantage of free SMS price plans



Try it NOW!
Step 1:
Install the App on your mobile
Download Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway Lite from Google Play App Store or scan the QR code.
Step 2:
Connect Ozeki NG to the App
You need to setup an SMPP connection in Ozeki NG to connect to the Android mobile phone.


Quick Start Guide
This guide provides you detailed information about how to setup your Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway quickly. In order to install an SMPP connection you need an SMPP SMS Gateway application on your Android Mobile Phone and an Ozeki NG SMS Gateway installed on a Windows PC.


Figure 1 - Prerequisites
Step 1. - Install Android SMPP gateway on your smartphone
Download, install and configure the application
Option 1: Visit Google Play website: Download from Google Play

Option 2: Scan the following QR code:

Option 3: Request download link in e-mail:
E-mail: 
Start the application by clicking on its icon then "Start" button. You will see the followings on the top left-hand side of the screen: Host addressPort numberUser namePassword(Figure 2). You need these parameters later.
Figure 2 - Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway has been installed
and launched succesfully
Step 2. - Install Ozeki NG SMS Gateway on your Windows PC
How to install Ozeki NG SMS Gateway
You can download Ozeki NG SMS Gateway directly from Ozeki. After you have dowloaded the software, you need to install it. First, open Ozeki NG SMS Gateway installation file, then run the setup.exe file (Figure 3).
You can find a detailed step-by-step installation guide for Ozeki NG SMS Gateway on the following page: How to install Ozeki NG SMS Gateway
Login
You can login to the user interface (the management console) by entering your user nameand password (Figure 3). If you need assistance for login, please take a look at Ozeki NG SMS Gateway Quick Start Guide. For an overview about how to use it, check out the User Guide.


Figure 3 - Logging after installation
Step 3. - Setup Ozeki NG to use your Android phone
Configuration in Ozeki NG SMS Gateway
Now you need to install and configure SMPP (Short Message Peer-to-Peer) connection. Firstly, add new service provider connection by selecting and clicking on "Add new service provider connection" textlink. After this the "Add service provider panel" will appear on the right side of the GUI. Look for "SMPP Connection", then click on "Install" to select the SMPP protocol (Figure 4).


Figure 4 - Adding a new SMPP connection
Now the SMPP Configuration panel appears on the right side of the interface. It contains 7 tabs. You can find a detailed step-by-step installation guide about configuration on the following page: How to setup Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway for Ozeki NG SMS Gateway
The main steps in brief:
  • SMPP settings tab:
    You need to enter the following parameters: Host numberPort numberUsername,Password. You can find this information in your Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway application (see Figure 2).


    Figure 5 - Specifying the SMPP server settings
    In this tab you can also specify the telephone number used to this connection and theservice provider name. I you tick the "overridable" checkbox, you can replace the phone number specified in the Telephone number edit box with a different one to be displayed as the sender of an outgoing message. You can replace the number with text (up to 11 characters) as well. As a result, before you send your message, you can enter any different phone number or a name as the sender ID of the message. Click on "OK" button.
  • Other tabs: Leave the settings on their default values.
In the left side of the screen click on Events. The "Successful login" and "Connection online" messages in the Events panel indicate that the SMPP connection has been installed successfully (Figure 6).


Figure 6 - SMPP connection has been installed successfully
Step 4. - Send your first SMS
In order to compose and send SMS message, click on the "Compose" button in toolbar in the top left-hand of the screen. After clicking it, you can choose Message type or you can check the Addressbook in the left side of the screen and in the right part the Compose a text messagepanel will appear. (Figure 7).
After selecting the appropriate message type (in Figure 7 "Text message"), on the right side of the screen you need to select subtype. Than enter the recipient phone number in international format (starting with "+") in the To (Addressbook) edit box. Finally, compose the message in the Message text edit box.
Next to the Message text box there is a character counter, which shows that your SMS message will be sent as one or more messages.
Under the Message text box check the first checkbox, if your message includes newline characters. If you want to send your SMS later, check the "Schedule for later sending", than define the date and time of sending. When you are finished, click on "OK" button.


Figure 7 - How to send your first SMS message
Conclusion
The Quick Start Guide above presented how to setup Ozeki Android SMPP SMS Gateway for Ozeki NG SMS Gateway easily and quickly. If you follow these steps you will able to install and configure the application and to create connection between the GSM network and the IP network.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact us at  info@ozekisms.com





Thursday, March 21, 2013

AD360, solusi terpadu manajemen Active Directory


AD360 Overview

AD360 is an integrated solution for Identity and Access Management (IAM) needs in Windows environment. This web-based software portfolio unifies all the functionalities needed for an enterprise: from user provisioning, self-service to risk governance and offers it with a simple, easy to use interface. AD360 is the right solution for bridging the gap between technology and the complex business needs.
AD360 automates all the routine Identity and Access Management tasks like provisioning/de-provisioning bulk user accounts and other AD objects, secure management of account passwords, modifying multiple attributes of user accounts, managing user mailboxes and their email traffic.

With AD360, you can


Streamline IAM operations
Most of the crucial AD tasks are repetitive and automating them can save huge efforts. Automating tasks such as user account provisioning / de-provisioning with a workflow can ensure that crucial data does not land into wrong hands.
 
Ensure IT compliance and Security
Auditing crucial changes made to AD objects can help in determining if the changes made are in conformance with the IT law. AD360 fetches all the required audit data from the Exchange servers, File servers and Active Directory and helps in meeting the IT regulatory compliance such as HIPAA or SOX (Sarbanes Oxley).
 
Automate AD operations
Automate AD tasks like creating users, deleting inactive users and enabling/disabling users. Schedule the 'Automation policy' to automate any task and perform any follow- up task. Defining User modification templates can make bulk user operation amazingly quick.
 
Control workflow automation
A customizable review-approve framework will help in keeping control over automation for crucial tasks.
 
Ensure a secure self-service
Ensuring self-service for password reset and account unlock in the Winlogon (CTRL+Alt+DEL) screen can dramatically reduce the help desk tickets and keep the productivity of the employees up.
 
Monitor the Exchange Traffic
Monitor complete Exchange traffic data like OWA usage, email traffic, mailbox size and permissions and export reports to any of the formats like xls, csv, html and pdf.

Features

AD360 is a palette of solutions that solves all the Identity and Access Management needs that arise in an organization using Windows. Based on our industry experience, we have loaded this software portfolio with necessary features that address various section of IAM, including Active Directory Organization Management, Password & IT Self-Service, Active Directory Auditing & IT Compliance, and Exchange Reporting and Auditing. Let's take a closer look at these features:

Active Directory Organization Management:

Most of the crucial AD tasks are mundane and repetitive. Automating and delegating these tasks can save huge time and effort on your side, and will bring great value to your organization by reducing IT management cost.
  • 'One Stop Shop' for User Provisioning and De-Provisioning
  • Take control with AD Workflow
  • Reduce the gap between AD & business processes
  • Break free from mundanity with AD Automation
  • More

    AD Auditing & IT Compliance:

    AD360 takes care of all your AD Change Auditing and IT Compliance requirements by ensuring that critical resources in your network are audited, monitored and reported with the entire information on Users, Groups, Computer, GPO and OU changes with 150+ detailed event specific reports and instant e-mail alerts.
  • Keep track of critical information
  • Ensure IT compliance
  • Automatic archiving
  • Easy to grasp reports
  • More

    Password & IT Self-Service:

    Researches show that up to 30% of helpdesk calls are related to password reset and account unlock requests. By equipping end users with password & IT self-service capabilities of AD360, you can drastically bring down the number of helpdesk tickets and improve employee productivity.
  • Self-Service password reset/account unlock
  • SMS/E-mail based two-factor authentication for ID verification
  • Send automatic password/account expiry notification
  • Employee AD Self-Update and Search
  • Password Synchronizer
  • More

    Exchange Reporting & Auditing:

    AD360 provides all the necessary information that you would need to optimize an organization's Exchange infrastructure. The comprehensive list of reports presents all the vital information of your Exchange environment in a graphical display that is easy to grasp and take actions.
  • Keep track of Mailbox Size, Content, Traffic, etc.
  • Distribution Lists and Public Folders Report
  • OWA access report
  • Extract and export information using built-in filters
  • More

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    Sunday, March 17, 2013

    Rural India bisa memberikan tekanan implementasi M2M


    Rural India can give M2M critical push

    Summary: Indian government and carriers must work together to drive large-scale deployments of M2M, which can improve the life of villagers while bringing more revenues for telcos.
    NEW DELHI--The Indian government and local telcos should work together to drive large-scale deployments of machine-to-machine (M2M), which can enhance the life of residents living in villages while bringing more revenues for telcos.
    M2M holds tremendous potential for rural India, noted David Ranjit William, assistant vice president of engineering, carrier services and solutions, Aricent group. "In rural India, M2M will ensure optimal utilization of limited resources like water and energy, and provide better healthcare and education services to rural masses through remotely managed applications," William said.
    Rural India
    M2M apps enable farmers to monitor and turn on irrigation pumps in remote locations via mobile phones.
    Moreover, with the voice market getting saturated and ARPU (average revenue per user) squeezed, telcos are looking for new income opportunities and the introduction of M2M has opened a new business line for these market players, noted Swati Kapoor, research manager at 6Wresearch.
    There are several rudimentary forms of M2M in rural India, including services such as SMS to provide weather updates and wholesale crop prices to farmers. "With the accelerated adoption of M2M, rural masses could tap  solutions that will provide them more personalized real-time information," William said. This will help them make more informed decisions.
    The launch of 3G in the country has also been a growth driver for M2M, which is expected to gain momentum in the next five years. "3G allows faster data communication, which was not possible with 2G and 2.5G networks," Kapoor said.
    Projects such as Aadhaar will give further impetus. Coupled with M2M, William said the national identification number can be used to improve both transparency as well as utilization of financial benefits being provided to the rural masses.
    Vishal Tripathi, Gartner's principal research analyst, added there was considerable scope for M2M deployments in the BFSI (banking, financial services and insurance) segment.
    According to a joint study conducted by GSMA and Machina Research, the number of total connected devices would grow from more than 9 million today to 24 million in 2020. According to 6Wresearch, India M2M modules market would reach US$98.38 million by 2016 at a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 33.81 percent. Cellular M2M modules were expected to grow at 35.32 percent over the same period, from 2011 to 2016.
    New applications for villagesSeveral M2M applications have gained popularity in rural India including Nano Ganesh, which allows farmers to use mobile phones to remotely monitor and switch on irrigation pumps in remote locations. The app, developed by Ossian Agro Automation (Pune), works in conjunction with Tata Teleservices phones.
    There are also apps such as SmartMoo and Silent Observer. Stellapps Technologies, founded in 2011 by a team of IT and telecom professionals, built the SmartMoo automated cow-milking app with the aim to reduce wastage.
    Silent Observer, developed by Sukrut Systems, uses sonography machines to track pregnancy tests, thereby reducing illegal female feticide. The company also launched an upgrade of Silent Observer which provides daily updates from sonography machines.
    "Silent Observer has been deployed in states like Rajasthan and Uttarakhand, and we are in talks with other state governments too," Narendra K Saini, CEO of Sukrut Systems, told ZDNet in a phone interview. The company also offers a tool which provides weather information to farmers, and is now working on a water management application targeted at rural India.
    To drive the market, India needs to establish M2M standards such as those from Europe, China and the United States. Kapoor said: "India's M2M market is still not properly commercialized, even in urban areas, so deployments in rural areas will take time." 
    Healthcare and banking applications, though, are expected to gain momentum. For instance, to increase financial inclusion in rural India, the government is planning to install micro ATMs, which are handheld devices embedded with biometric functions. These devices are connected over cellular networks to facilitate banking transactions.
    Connectivity a big concern 
    However, large-scale deployment of M2M applications in rural India is fraught with challenges, where the biggest is the absence of high-speed Internet connectivity, noted Tripathi.
    William concurred, pointing to connectivity and coverage as the biggest barriers, as most private telecom operators have limited coverage in rural India.
    Lack of awareness is another major hurdle. Kapoor noted consumers still relied on traditional wired-based communication systems for transmission.
    William added that, given the low ARPU, telcos remain apprehensive about the profitability of M2M services. There has yet to be a major pilot project which has demonstrated the business benefits of M2M, and this is creating much   scepticism in the industry, he explained.
    The rural market is very price-sensitive and has limited access to resources such as power, he noted, adding that access to low-cost devices is another concern. William urged industry players to develop devices suited for Indian conditions, so they should be low-cost while also consuming less power.
    Saini said: "The telecom operators need to take a more daring approach toward M2M, as it holds the potential to increase ARPUs and reduce the subscriber churn." He said the government, telcos, as well as solution providers and consultants in the M2M space need to come together to give this market the critical push.
    William agreed: "If operators establish network-sharing partnerships, this would substantially lower the cost associated with providing M2M services in rural India."
    Indian government must play catalyst 
    The government, on its part, needs to identify opportunities and come up with policy initiatives which would encourage M2M deployments in specific areas, Saini said.
    Kapoor cited the energy sector as an example where M2M modules are used to capture readings from energy meters. The Indian government is mandating the deployment of digitized energy meters to minimize power loss and theft, and this is expected to create high demand for M2M modules in the country.
    "It is estimated, in the coming years, around 200 million smart meters will be deployed in the Indian market," she said. There are growth opportunities in this market since only half of the power transmitted is billed for, according to the government.
    Rajasthan already has started using M2M modules to capture  data from meters to achieve its long-term strategy of deploying smart grids.
    Tripathi underscored the need for for the government to play a dual role, creating an environment which is conducive for the growth of M2M in India, as well as giving benefits to M2M service providers to develop an ecosystem.
    According to William, the Indian government is already addressing M2M communication issues, especially related to 3GPP standards, by establishing research institutes such as the Centre of Excellence in Wireless Technology. This is a public-private initiative established by the government's Department of Information Technology in partnership with the Indian telecom industry.
    "The biggest catalyst will be when the government launches a few M2M initiatives and demonstrates their success. This will automatically fuel private sector involvement," he said.
    Swati Prasad is a freelance IT writer based in India.