This guide provides a general introduction to the
installation of the Ozeki NG - SMS Gateway software, as well as the basic
configuration procedure. This guide is primarily intended
for IT professionals familiar with Windows operating systems.
The Ozeki NG - SMS Gateway software enables you to
use your computer to send and receive SMS messages to and from mobile devices.
It allows SMS messaging in two ways: directly connecting to the SMS Center of
a GSM service provider over the Internet or connecting to it using a GSM modem
attached to the PC with a phone-to-PC data cable.
Direct connection to the SMS Center has several advantages,
including a greater speed and reliability. Note, however, that it requires
you to set up an IP SMS account with one ore more GSM service providers.
For SMS messaging with a GSM modem, you need to use a
suitable GSM device. For more information, check out the following section:
To run the Ozeki NG - SMS Gateway software, your computer
needs to meet certain hardware and software requirements. For details about
them, check out the Prerequisites
To obtain the software, you can simply download it from the
website dedicated to the product.
To find out more about the download of the software and some other programs
required for the use of Ozeki NG, check out
the Download Information page.
When you have downloaded the software, you will need to
install it. This simple process is clearly explained on
the Installation Steps page.
After you have installed the software you can start to
configure service provider connections in Ozeki NG SMS Gateway to be able
to send SMS messages. The detailed configuration process can be found under
Service provider connections page.
You can also install numbers of various users in Ozeki NG
SMS Gateway to send and receive SMS messages as they allow automated mobile
messaging, as well. Please find the configuration guides of the various
users under Users and applications page.
On Linux page you will
find detailed information on how to install Ozeki NG SMS Gateway on Linux.
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