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How to display messages sent from Ozeki NG
You are able to connect Ozeki NG SMS Gateway to Ozeki SMS Wall for incoming SMS messages to appear on the display. The incoming SMS messages can arrive through any connection that is supported by Ozeki NG.
STEP 1: Create SMPP user in Ozeki NG
The first step is creating an SMPP user in Ozeki NG. You will connect this user to Ozeki SMS Wall, so every SMS sent to Ozeki NG can be forwarded the SMS Wall.
Please start by switching to the 'Management' tab (Figure 1)
Figure 1 - Clicking on the 'Management' tab in Ozeki NG
First, check if NG has an SMS service provider connected to it, you can see this on the left side of the browser. If there is an active connection to NG, click on 'Add new user or application...' on the right side of the browser window (Figure 2).
Figure 2 - Select 'Add new user or application...'
Now please scroll down and select SMPP user installation by clicking on the 'install' link (Figure 3).
Figure 3 - Selecting SMPP user installation
Now it is time to provide the SMPP user application name in the textbox. You cannot use spaces or any other special characters. When you are ready click 'Ok' (Figure 4).
Figure 4 - Providing an SMPP user application name
Here you can set the password and click 'Ok' (Figure 5 - 2). Your NG SMPP user is successfully created. Later on you will need the username and password in Ozeki SMS Wall.
Click on 'Management' to see the routing table (Figure 5 - 3).
Figure 5 - Providing an SMPP user application password
It is necessary to route incoming calls to your freshly created NG SMPP user.
Click on 'Add new route...' in the 'Incoming' section to configure path (Figure 6).
Figure 6 - Clicking on 'Add new route...'
Select destination user and click 'Ok' to insert new path into the routing table (Figure 7).
Figure 7 - Selecting destination user and clicking 'Ok'
If you look on the routing table you will see your freshly added row in the 'Incoming' section (Figure 8).
Figure 8 - Here you can see an SMPP user added as a destination
STEP 2: Create SMPP connection in Ozeki SMS Wall
Now it is time to start Ozeki SMS Wall. First, you will find yourself on the home page. Click on 'Connect to the mobile network' on the left side of the home page (Figure 9).
Figure 9 - Click on 'Connect to the mobile network' in Ozeki SMS Wall
Click on the blue 'Create new connection' button and select 'SMPP' from the opening box on the right side (Figure 10).
Figure 10 - Choosing 'SMPP' connection
Now it is time to fill the 'Connection details' form in Ozeki SMS Wall.
Before doing it, please check the IP address of NG. (Figure 11)
Figure 11 - Checking the IP address of Ozeki NG
The default port number should be 8500. The username and password should be equal to the SMPP username and password combo you have previously created in Ozeki NG (Step 1) Click 'Ok' to continue (Figure 12).
Figure 12 - Filling out the SMPP connection details
In the 'Connections' list you can find your setup SMPP connection with a red X next to it. The red X means it is not yet connected. Click on the 'Connect' button to connect to the Ozeki NG SMPP user (Figure 13).
Figure 13 - The final step of connecting Ozeki NG to the Ozeki SMS Wall
It can take up to a minute for the green tick to appear. After it has appeared click 'Home' to return to the Wall (Figure 14).
Figure 14 - Clicking 'Home' after the connection has been successfully created
STEP 3: Display a test SMS on the wall by sending it to NG
The time has come to test your SMS Wall. Please send an SMS to the phone number registered to NG (Figure 15).
Figure 15 - Sending SMS to Ozeki NG
In Ozeki SMS Wall you will see the SMS arrived in the 'Incoming messages' section (Figure 16). In this section you can delete incoming messages before they appear.
Figure 16 - The SMS has arrived to the 'Incoming messages' table
After the time delay has passed the message automatically appears on the Wall (Figure 17).
You can set it to fullscreen mode if you would like your audience to easily read it. Just click on 'Fullscreen' (Figure 17).
Figure 17 - The SMS has been displayed on the Wall
Figure 18 - Ozeki SMS Wall is set to fullscreen mode