[Chugalug] SMS hosted API recommendations?
flushy at flushy.net
Tue Oct 9 16:58:40 UTC 2012
AT&T's UsbConnect cards work in Linux though not supported.
I had my whole home network through one via my atom router and USB.
Provides a serial port, so theoretically, I can send SMS messages. Haven't tried it yet.
I didn't have minicom on the box when the storm came through, so I set it up using echo and a redirect of stout to another virtual screen.
Thank you stty.
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On Oct 5, 2012, at 10:59 PM, Dustin Salter <dlsalter at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 5, 2012 at 7:44 PM, Dan Lyke <danlyke at flutterby.com> wrote:
>> I'm looking at an app that could benefit from an SMS interface. Some of
> Kannel.org may work and supports WAP push if that is something you need. Haven't used it outside of a lab.
> NowSMS - runs on Windows and is a simple SMS Gateway, we actually use it in a production environment.
> Depending on how you want to set this up/budget Verizon or AT&T can communicate via VPN to their backend SMS services and provide all of the short code glory you may want/need.
> Ultimately, with Kannel you could implement on a single 1U box and put in some data center since you technically do not need a leased line service or anything to communicate to the providers back-end. - Using OpenVPN or some variant to tunnel back to VZ or AT&T.
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