SMS Server Tools 3
This site is hosted by Kekekasvi.com
 Menu
Basic information:
Additional information:
Support:
Get SMS Server Tools 3:
Additional Options

 Sponsored links

 Search
Custom Search

 Visitor locations
 
 SMS Server Tools 3 Community
Welcome, Guest. Please login or register. Fri Nov 24, 2017 21:58
SMSTools3 Community » Help and support Bottom

Server Status

Login and Post Reply

Page:  1

Author Post
Member
Registered:
Aug 2017
Location: Queensland, Australia
Is there an easy way to determine the SMS server status i.e. no errors, processing files as normal?

I am trying to determine the server status from a c++ application to detect if the modem has stopped responding (a hangover from an earlier post "Modem Registration Delay Parameter").

Cheers,
Paul.

Administrator
Registered:
May 2009
Location: Jyväskylä, Finland
Status monitor produces a file which tells what modems are doing.

Global settings in smsd.conf:
stats = /var/spool/sms/stats
stats_no_zeroes = yes
stats_interval = 0
 
'smsdconf' Syntax Highlight powered by GeSHi


The result is for example:
# cat /var/spool/sms/stats/status
Status: 17-08-02 19:59:14, i---------------------------------------------------------------
GSM1: 17-08-02 19:59:08, Idle, 24563, 0, 74, ssi: -73 dBm (Excellent)
The status in the first line can be:

s = sending
r = receiving (or checking received SM)
i = idle
b = blocked (after multiple errors)
t = trouble
- = not configured

Login and Post Reply

Page:  1

SMSTools3 Community » Help and support Top

 
Time in this board is UTC.  

Privacy Policy   SMS Server Tools 3 Copyright © Keijo Kasvi.