The SmppChannel sends or receives short message service (SMS) via short message peer-to-peer (SMPP).
Many configuration values require knowledge of SMPP. See http://www.nowsms.com/discus/messages/1/SMPP_v3_4_Issue1_2-24857.pdf.
|channelId||defaultQ||Indicates the channel’s ID.|
|urlSupplement||http||Appends the supplement to the channel manager URL, making the HTTP channel accessible. It is a suffix on the URL for internal processing.|
|incomingChannelId||brandInQueue||Indicates the destination channel ID that is used when this channel submits a message to ChannelManager.|
|sendAsDataSm||false||Sends SMS as a SUBMIT_SM. If set to true, then it sends SMS as DATA_SM.|
|registeredDelivery||0||Defines the value of the registered_delivery to use for outgoing SMS. See 5.2.17 of the SMPP Protocol Specification v3.4.|
|validityOffset||Defines the message validity period, in seconds, for an outgoing SMS. There is not default value, which delegates the validity offset responsibility to the defaulted defined in the Short Message Service Center (SMSC).|
|smscTimeZone||Defines the time zone for SMSC. If undefined, the SmppChannel assumes the same time zone as the JVM. When using validityOffset, the validity string must be computed using the time zone of the SMSC.|
|ussdManagerNoReponseTimeout||300000||Defines the amount of time, in milliseconds, before a Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) session is regarded as timed out.|
|sourceNumberFormatter||const||Defines the source number format for outgoing messages.
|destinationNumberFormatter||const||Defines the destination number format for outgoing messages.
|srcTon||0||Defines the type of number (TON) value to use for the source mobile phone number. This should match the configured formatter. See 5.2.5 of the SMPP Protocol Specification v3.4.|
|destTon||0||Defines the TON value to use for the destination mobile phone number. This should match the configured formatter. See 5.2.5 of the SMPP Protocol Specification v3.4.|
|srcNpi||0||Defines the numbering plan identification (NPI) value to use for the source mobile phone number. This should match the configured formatter. See 5.2.6 of the SMPP Protocol Specification v3.4.|
|destNpi||0||Defines the NPI value to use for the destination mobile phone number. This should match the configured formatter. See 4.1 of the SMPP Protocol Specification v3.4.|
|bindType||transceiver||Defines the bind type to use when connecting to the SMSC.
|_.host||Defines the host name of the SMPP server.|
|_.password||Defines the password of the user connecting to the SMPP server.|
|_.port||Defines the port number of the SMPP server.|
|_.systemId||Defines the system ID to use when binding to the SMPP server.|
|_.systemType||Defines the system type to use when binding to the SMPP server.|
|_.enquireLinkTimer||60000||Defines the session timer, in milliseconds. If no activity is recorded, the underlying library sends an enquire link request to the server.|
|_.transactionTimer||10000||Defines the time, in milliseconds, to wait for the response to a sent request. For example, the length of time to wait for the SUBMIT_SM_RESP after sending a SUBMIT_SM.|
|_.initialReconnectDelay||1000||Defines the time, in milliseconds, to wait after starting the SmppChannel before attempting to connect to the server.|
|_.reconnectDelay||1000||Defines the time, in milliseconds, to wait before attempting to reconnect to the server after being disconnected.|
|_.usingSSL||Indicates whether to use a SSL connection when connecting to the SMPP server.|
|_.disableGsmAlphabet||Encodes the text in the global system for mobile (GSM) communication alphabet, if possible, and falls back to a multibyte encoding. If you are using a language that normally cannot be encoded using the GSM alphabet, set this key to true, which disables this check and always uses a multibyte encoding.|