Using Nokia Cell Phone or GSM Modem to send sms's
kraduk at gmail.com
Mon Dec 22 14:49:56 UTC 2014
something along the lines of the following allegedly works
service call isms 5 s16 "17079876543" i32 0 i32 0 s16 "SMS TEXT HERE"
On 22 December 2014 at 14:43, krad <kraduk at gmail.com> wrote:
> have you considered a cheap android phone as well? Its basically unix so
> you could ssh in, or send snmp traps etc to what you need to do
> On 22 December 2014 at 14:17, Steve Burton <steve at sliderule.demon.co.uk>
>> On 22/12/2014 07:55, Godfrey Hamshire wrote:
>>> Using Nokia Cell Phone or GSM Modem to send sms's
>>> Dear Memeber
>>> I was wondering if anyone has had experience with connecting a 3g/gsm of
>>> the type you can find in Cell Phone Shops to freebsd or a old nokia symbian
>>> cell phone via its usb cable to freebsd.
>>> What I would like to to do is send sms's from the server using a 3g/gsm
>>> dongle or using an old nokia symbian cell ie warning the power is out etc
>>> etc I am doing this already via email and a clickatel api account already
>>> but sometimes these email do not get through or what ever. I am looking for
>>> alternative ways of notifying myself of power problems or what ever is
>>> going on when I am not around.
>>> I don't want to run off and buy a 3g/gsm dongle only to find I could
>>> have easily done this with a nokia symbian cell phone and its usb cable for
>>> example. Or if I have to get a 3g/gsm dongle I dont want to buy brand x
>>> only to find it does not work with freebsd but brand y does.
>>> I have been through google and frankly found nothing really helpful I
>>> was wondering if some one on this list has done this before and how did
>>> they do it etc, what did they use etc.
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>> I've done this in the past with a USB connected Nokia (can't remember the
>> model) and gnokii from the ports. It worked more than well enough.
>> Currently, I'm using a cheap USB GSM modem (from an Amazon affiliate) and
>> smstools from the ports. I found this easy to set up and has been reliable.
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