Ozeki NG SMS Gateway v4.16.4 (07 Dec 2018) + Crack
Install Ozeki NG SMS Gateway to get the highest performance, availability and security to run your most demanding SMS applications. Concerning reliability the software Works 24/7. It manages network link failures and SMS service provider failures with automatic reconnect capability, backup routing and fail-safe load balancing. Message loop protection is also included to avoid threats caused by autoresponding mobile messaging services. For high-availability, an Ozeki NG SMS Gateway cluster can be setup with two or more nodes.
500 SMS messages / second (sending and receiving)
100 simultaneously connected applications
64+ concurrent SMSC connections
Support for multi core and multiprocessor systems
Support for 32bit and 64bit architectures
Works in virtualized environments as well (VMWare, KVM, Microsoft, Oracle and other virtualized systems)
HOW TO SETUP AND SEND YOUR FIRST SMS
Check out the following video presentation to see how you can setup a fully functional SMS system in less then 5 minutes.
Video presentation outline:
Setup a GSM modem
Configure Ozeki NG
Send your first SMS
CONNECT YOUR SYSTEM TO THE MOBILE NETWORK
To build an SMS solution, you need to find a way to connect your system to the mobile network. Ozeki NG SMS Gateway offers several connection methods. The most common options are:
Option 1: Connect your system directly to the Short Message Service Center (SMSC) of a mobile network operator through the Internet. A great choice for businesses sending/receiving more then 5000 SMS/day or for SMS Service providers. High speed IP SMS connections (SMPP, UCP, CIMD2) managed by Ozeki NG SMS Gateway can handle several millions of messages per day.
Ozeki NG - SMS Gateway is the best software product for sending SMS notifications and for building automated SMS information retrieval services. It can be installed on Windows and on Linux systems and it can be used to send and receive SMS and MMS messages.
If you want to use mobile messaging in your company, the best practice is to setup an SMS gateway on one of your servers to handle all your mobile messaging needs. This SMS gateway can be connected to the mobile network through a wireless link, by using a GSM modem or through the Internet (Figure 1). It will provide a central point of access for your office users and your IT system when they want to use mobile messaging. This way you can avoid the chaos independent SMS service subscriptions can cause over time.
Wireless connection to the mobile network
A wireless connection can be setup by attaching a GSM phone or GSM modem to your computer with a data cable. After the phone (or modem) is attached, Ozeki NG SMS Gateway needs to be configured to operate the phone. When you setup this kind of connection you will need a SIM card, that you put into the phone (or modem). When you purchase the SIM card from your local mobile network operator, you should select a price plan that offers good prices on SMS. A wireless connection will allow you to send up to 10000 SMS messages per day. If you need greater performance, you should consider to use an IP SMS connection or more than one modem.
Internet based connection to the mobile network
If you wish to connect your SMS gateway to the mobile network through the Internet (in other words you want to use an IP SMS service), you should find an IP SMS service provider. This service provider will give you connection details after you sign up for it's service. When you select a provider make sure to find one, who is able to provide SMS over SMPP. SMPP is the best protocol for SMS messaging over the Internet, because it is asynchronous, fast and reliable. After you have signed up for the service, you need to configure the SMPP service provider connection in Ozeki NG SMS Gateway. The advantage of an IP SMS connection, is that it offers much higher throughput. The disadvantage is that it is often more expensive to send SMS messages this way, then by using a wireless link.