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Installing the CIMD2 driver

The CIMD2 protocol is used for IP SMS connectivity. The installation of the CIMD2 driver is similar to the installation of the GSM modem driver. In this chapter we give the instructions on how to configure this connection. Before you start the installation, make sure you have the necessary login information from your IP SMS provider to connect to their service. You will need the IP address of their server, the Port, a username and a password plus a telephone number that was assigned to the connection.

The CIMD2 configuration preferences form ( Figure 1.) can be accessed in a similar way to the GSM Modem preferences form. The difference, is that this form contains different configuration options.

To configure a CIMD2 connection you should provide the necessary login information to connect to the CIMD2 server . This information is provided by the  SMS service provider, that offers IP SMS connectivity. The connection parameters are the host name (sometimes only an IP address is given), the port, a user name and a password. Often service providers use the phone number of the service or the port number as the user name.

The operator name can be any unique text, that will be used if more than one connection is installed in Ozeki Message Server. This is a name for the connection. Most often we give the name of the service provider, this driver connects to, to identify the connection.

The phone number refers to the telephone number assigned to the application. This phone number in many cases can be freely chosen when sending outgoing messages. You can even specify a text.eg.: OZEKI in this field.

Figure 1. - CIMD2 settings

In the Advanced tab of the  CIMD2 Connection 1 preferences form, we have to leave the editbox of the source IP and Source  port blank, unless the operator inquires us to specify it. We have a choice to set the time period  for Keepalive requests (Figure 2.). The checkboxes bellow the keepalive field should be left untouched in most cases.

Figure 2. - Advanced

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