Edit “config.xml” File Using Control Panel for SMS Engine — Enterprise Edition

Control Panel for SMS Engine — Enterprise Edition

We are pleased to announce the release of version 2.4.1 of Control Panel for SMS Engine — Enterprise Edition.

MOBITEK® SMS Engine — Enterprise Edition

The SMS Engine used by MOBITEK MobiGATE model SG-B series.

MOBITEK® MobiGATE SG-B-8 SMS Gateway

 

Benefits

  1. A GUI tool to edit the “config.xml”  (configuration file for MOBITEK SMS Engine — Enterprise Edition). Previously, notepad is being used to edit the configuration file.
  2. To monitor the status of each modem.

 

User’s Guide

Please refer to https://www.mobitek.my/main/software-development-kit/users-guide-for-control-panel-version-2-4-for-sms-engine-enterprise-edition/

 

Download

Existing customer Please download the installer from https://www.mobitek.my/main/software-development-kit/users-guide-for-control-panel-version-2-4-for-sms-engine-enterprise-edition/#DOWNLOAD_THE_INSTALLER

How to Solve the Problem of VCOM is Connected But SMS Engine Fails to Initialized

Applies To:

  • MOBITEK MobiGATE Model SG-B series
  • MOBITEK SMS Engine — Enterprise Edition version 5, 6 and 7

Problem:

  1. Despite blue LED of MobiGATE is blinking (connected to mobile network), the log file of SMS Engine shows “Modem ID 1 : failed to initialize” or Modem ID 1 has no response in the hyper terminal; and
  2. VCOM shows NET Status is “Connected” and COM Status is “Open”.

Solution:

Configure the baud rate of all modems in MobiGATE to “115200”.

  1. Open web browswer, key in the IP address of MobiGATE.
  2. Goto left side of navigation bar, select “Async”, to display “Port1”, “Port2”, … “Port8”.
  3. Goto “Port1”, set the “baudrate” to “115200”, check the box “Apply to all” and “Submit”. This will make all ports (modems) to have the same baud rate at “115200”.
  4. Next goto “Save Config” then click “Save” button.

 

 

 

How to Set-Up MOBITEK S52 3G Modem in Linux Running in VirtualBox

Configuring VirtualBox

  1. Type “lsusb” in Terminal to check if the modem is connected
  2. If not goto USB Setting
  3. Click add
  4. Click SimTech and then click OK
  5. Type “lsusb” in Terminal for confirmation

    CUTECOM

  6. Change to USB2
  7. Fix the mode to “CR,LF Line end”
  8. Click Open device
  9. Type command in this space
  10. Type (AT+CMGS=”SIM number”) then press enter
  11. Change mode to “Hex input” and type “1A” to send SMS, this is an alternative way for “CTRL Z”
  12. Change the mode to “CR,LF Line end” and type the command to read SMS, AT+CMGL=”ALL”