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iSMS Multi Modem backend for the RapidSMS project.

Project Description

MultiModem iSMS backend for the RapidSMS project.

License

rapidsms-multimodem is released under the BSD License. See the LICENSE file for more details.

Settings

The following parameters are required: sendsms_url, sendsms_user, sendsms_pass, modem_port, and server_slug:

"multimodem-1": {
    "ENGINE": "rapidsms_multimodem.outgoing.MultiModemBackend",
    "sendsms_url": "http://192.168.170.200:81/sendmsg",
    "sendsms_user": "admin",
    "sendsms_pass": "admin",
    "modem_port": 1,
    "server_slug": "isms-lebanon",
},

Single port modems only have 1 port, but it should still be specified.

The server_slug parameter serves 2 purposes. It uniquely identifies the iSMS server, so that RapidSMS doesn’t get confused by 2 different servers having the same port number (since those are restricted to be integers from 1 to 8). It’s also used to create the RapidSMS URL that the iSMS server will send messages to. Your urls.py should look something like this:

urlpatterns = [
    url(r"^backend/multimodem/(?P<server_slug>[\w_-]+)/$",
        receive_multimodem_message,
        name='multimodem-backend'),
]

With the 2 code examples above, your iSMS server should POST messages to http://your-rapidsms-server.example.com/backend/multimodem/isms-lebanon/.

Contributing

If you think you’ve found a bug or are interested in contributing to this project check out rapidsms-multimodem on Github.

Development by Caktus Consulting Group.

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