If you are working on telephone solutions, please check
out the Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK.|
It can be used to create VoIP client and server software.
Ozeki NG SMS Gateway v3.15.6 for Linux
This guide gives you the steps to install Ozeki NG on Linux. It lists
the necessary prerequisites, provides access to the necessary components and
explains the way you can get the Ozeki NG mobile messaging software installed
as a daemon to operate in the background.
Step 1 - Download and install Mono Framework
It is recommended to use Mono Framework 2.6 or above. Most linux distributions
have the Mono Framework included. If your Linux distribution does not have
mono included, you can download and install it from the following webpage.
For example to install the Mono Framework on Fedora 10, you should issue the
yum -y install mono-* libgdiplus-* ibm-* byte-*|
yum install wget
Step 2 - Download and install the Ozeki NG software package
The Ozeki NG software package can be downloaded from the following URL:
OzekiNG_SMS_Gateway-3.15.6.tgz (3.4 Mb)
You can use the following commands to download the package and to extract it's contents:
tar -xzvf OzekiNG_SMS_Gateway-3.15.6.tgz
ln -s OzekiNG_SMS_Gateway-3.15.6 /var/lib/ozeking
Step 3 - Configure your firewall
Ozeki NG SMS Gateway has a built in webserver. By default this webserver runs
on port 9501. You should configure your firewall to accept connections on this
iptables -I INPUT -p tcp --dport 9501 -j ACCEPT|
Step 4 - Test Ozeki NG (Optional)
Optionally you can run OzekiNG from the command line to see if it functions
properly. To do this you should issue the following commands:
mono OzekiNG.exe /run
After these command have been issued, you can open the Ozeki NG configuration
webpage by typing the following URL in your browser (Replace the IP address
127.0.0.1 to the IP address of your Linux server.
Step 5 - Run in the background
To run Ozeki NG in the background, you should copy the ozeking init script
to your init.d directory. You can use this script to start and to stop the
cp /var/lib/ozeking/distributions/Fedora/init.d/ozeking /etc/init.d/|
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