The SMS is of the SMS Service Type, this service enables Totalview to send SMS messages. SMS messages sent to Totalview can be used to change current state setting or request users contact information.
||Fill in the value of the serial port the GSM station is connected to|
||Fill in the Baud rate (300, 600, 1200, 2400 etc. – 115200)|
||The Pin code of the SIM card (4 digits)|
||The number of the SMS gateway of the GSM provider|
||Select how the messages should be saved on the GSM station. The options are: SIM Card which saves on the SIM card, GSM Memory which saves on the memory on the GSM station and Both which does both|
|Start up Script
||The name of the script file with possible instructions to the GSM station, while configuring the SMS connector first time. This parameter is optional.|
||The country code that is set in front of numbers without country code, e.g. 45 (Denmark) and (46 Sweden).|
|Drop nat. digits
||Digits to remove in front of international telephone numbers which do not have the standard + or 00 country code prefix.|
||Set the checkmark if the GSM station should be allowed to send messages.|
|State Change Receipts
||Set the checkmark if the GSM station should send receipt to the Users when Receiving Change State messages.|
|SMS syntax 2.0
Set the checkmark if the syntax 2.0 is used. The syntax 2.0 allows the user to select a state or a template when changing state using SMS messages
|Message to known users
If a user with a registered mobile number in Totalview sends an unknown command to Totalview via SMS, the system can reply a specific message to the user.
|Message to unknown users
If a user, not existing in Totalview, sends an unknown command to Totalview via SMS, the system can reply a specific message to the user.