SMS Server should be configured for sending SMS alarms via Modem. Available in Windows build only.
- Connect your GSM Modem to the Serial Communication Port in Applications Manager host.
- Only a serial cable must be used for connectivity.
- Supported mobile phones and Modems:
- Applications Manager uses "SMS API" from smslib & it has listed the supported modems.
If your modem/mobile phones is not in both lists, then check if it meets below criteria:
- Modem/Mobile phone must have GSM functionality with a provision to insert the SIM card.
- Should support 7bit (GSM default alphabet), 8bit and Unicode (UCS2) encoding.
- Applications Manager uses AT commands to send SMS, so the device should respond to AT commands (Test using Windows HyperTerminal).
If above criteria match, Applications Manager may support that modem/ mobile phone with below steps:
Edit <AppManager Home>\working\conf\SMSServer.conf with any text editor by opening it with 'Run as Administrator' option.
Change the baud rate (serial.baud=9600) to the specific baud rate of that modem/mobile phone and restart Applications Manager.
Attempt to configure the Modem again.