InLogic SMS Gateway

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Important

To be able to send SMS, the inLogic SMS Gateway requires GSM modems with USB interface. We recommend "HUAWEI LTE USB Stick Model: E3372".

Hardware Compatibility List

Huawei E3531

Huawei E3372 (inLogic's choice)

Huawei E3131i

TP-Link MA260

Network Port Openings

TCP port openings from server to gateway. TCP port opening where UMS sms sever service run.

Port Usage
22 SSH access
443 HTTPS access

TCP port openings from gateway to server.

Port Usage
80 HTTP access
443 HTTPS access

Prepare Modem

Plug-in Modems
Plug-in Ethernet cable

Plug-in power cable

System Login

Once the gateway is prepared and booted, open a browser and go to http://192.168.1.2. Login through the 'Login' button in the top right corner.

You will now see a login box where you can log in with with USERNAME: admin and PASSWORD: admin.

Main Page

After logging in, the system info page appears. This page shows the gateway's status.

To open the menu, click on this icon:  

Network Configuration

Click on menu tab 'Network config'.

Change the IP settings and press 'Save Configuration'. When you have saved your settings, Reboot the gateway as instructed below in 'Modem Settings'.

Modem Settings

Hostname and Frontend Settings

Hostname

Open the menu and go to 'Modem Settings'.

Set 'Modem Hostname' as FQDN and save your changes. Your modem will now restart.

Frontend

Open the menu and go to 'Modem Settings'.

If redirect is enable on iis set (HTTPS)

Change 'FrontEnd Address' to fit your configuration and save your settings.

Certificate Settings (https)

Open the menu and go to 'Modem Settings'.

Click 'Choose File' and choose a .pfx certificate from your computer.

Entera a .pfx certificate password in the 'Certificate Password' field and click 'Save'.

User Settings

Open the menu and go to 'Modem Settings'.

The default admin user password is 'admin'. To change the default admin user password, write the new password in the 'Password' field just below the 'Username' field admin.

The default sendsms user password is 'sendsms'. To change the default sendsms user password, write the new password in the 'Password' field just below the 'Username' field sendsms.

Click 'Save' to confirm the password change.

Control Panel

Open the menu and go to 'Control Panel'.

Here, you can see staus, as well as turn on and off, the SMS Engine.

SMS

Inbox

To see a log for incoming messages, open the menu and go to 'Inbox'.

Outbox

To see a log for outgoing messages, open the menu and go to 'Outbox'.

Failed

To see a log for failed messages, open the menu and go to 'Failed'.

Write New

To write a new SMS, open the menu and go to 'Write New'.

Choose the modem you wish to send your message from in the drop down menu 'Outgoing channel'. If left blank, the system will choose the first available modem.

Enter the phone number you wish to send your SMS to in the 'To' field. Pleas note that international prefix is mandatory.

Write your message in the 'Message' field.

When you have finished, click 'Send'.

Time Zone Settings

Open the menu and go to 'Time Zone Settings'.

The NTP & Time Zone Settings is by default set to enable external NTP.

For internal NTP, uncheck the 'Enable External NTP' box and write a list of NTP servers separated by comma, in the 'Internal NTP' field.

To change your time zone, choose a time zone from the 'Time Zone' drop down menu.

Click 'Save' to change your settings.

Tools

Open the menu and go to 'Modem Settings'.

Shell

Use 'in browser' shell to change advanced settings.

Use with caution! Please note that if you make any changes without consulting us first, support will be charged accordingly with our hourly rate.

Root Settings

Change of root password requires login to shell. Default root password is 'odroid'.

Login to shell, run password command and follow the instructions on screen.

Additional information

Additional information about the product, users, and programs used in the tutorial.

Usernames and passwords

A list of username and passwords
Username Password Description
admin admin Admin user
sendsms sendsms Only allowed to send SMS
root odroid Root user, main system user

SSH Clients

A list of SSH Clients
Program name URL
PuTTy https://www.putty.org/

Open source FTP Client

A list of FTP clients
Program name URL
WinSCP https://winscp.net/eng/index.php
FileZilla https://filezilla-project.org/

FAQ

Linux commands

Update from command line

rm -rf /mnt/Update/update
wget https://downloads.inlogic.dk/inlogicgatewaymodem/Update.zip -O /mnt/Update/Update.zip
unzip /mnt/Update/Update.zip -d /mnt/Update/update
chmod 777 /mnt/Update/update/mnt/flash/root/updateservice/update.sh
/mnt/Update/update/mnt/flash/root/updateservice/update.sh


Commands

  • Commands shows Status of Apache (systemctl status apache2.service)
  • update system ( apt-get udate apt-get update)

How to change IP settings

  • nano /etc/network/interfaces.d/eth0
  • nano /etc/resolv.conf
  • reboot

Logs

Log viewers
  • tail
  • tail -f (this is similar to using cmtrace in windows)
  • nano
  • vim
Log files
  • /var/log/smstools/smsd.log
  • /var/log/syslog
  • /var/log/mysql/error.log
  • /var/log/apache2/error.log
See USB devices
  • lsusb

Rest API

Theres a REST API to use, to send messages from the inLogic SMS Gateway.

Send SMS

Title
URL source/send_sms.php
Method POST
URL Parameters Username

Password

To

Message

Success Response 200 - Success

Returns ID of send SMS

Error Response 401 - Unauthorized
Error Resposne 403 - Forbidden
Error Response 500 - Internal server error
Sample Request source/send_sms.php?username=smsuser&pwd=testpassword123&from=ums&to=22446688&message=Dette er en test besked
Notes

Example

curl -X POST https://modem.ums.dk/source/send_sms.php?username=<USERNAME>&pwd=<PASSWORD>&from=ums&to=<RECIEPIENT>&message=<MESSAGE>

Check SMS Status

Title
URL webservice/getstatus.php
Method POST
URL Parameters Username

Password

ID

Success Response 200 - Success

Returns status of send SMS


ScheduledToSend = -1

OK = 0

OK_WithError = 1

InUMSQueue = 2

InModemQueue = 3

Failed = 4

IDNotFound = 5

SentViaMail = 100

FailedSendingViaMail = 101

Error Response 401 - Unauthorized
Error Resposne 403 - Forbidden
Error Response 500 - Internal server error
Sample Request webservice/getstatus.php?=smsuser&pwd=testpassword123&id=1
Notes

Example

curl -X POST https://modem.ums.dk/webservice/getstatus.php?username=<USERNAME>&pwd=<PASSWORD>&id=<ID>