Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-15 Thread Adam Kennedy
w > Your Tickets > > > > -Original Message- > From: Matthew Huff [mailto:mh...@ox.com] > Sent: Thursday, January 14, 2016 9:46 AM > To: Adam Kennedy <adamkenn...@watchcomm.net>; Ray Orsini <r...@orsiniit.com > > > Cc: John Levine <jo...@iecc.com>; nano

RE: SMS gateways

2016-01-14 Thread Matthew Huff
> To: Ray Orsini <r...@orsiniit.com> > Cc: John Levine <jo...@iecc.com>; nanog@nanog.org > Subject: Re: SMS gateways > > It was some special offer on our AT small business site. Maybe they > were > $40 each. I wasn't the one that ordered them but I know they were

RE: SMS gateways

2016-01-14 Thread Ray Orsini
: Thursday, January 14, 2016 9:46 AM To: Adam Kennedy <adamkenn...@watchcomm.net>; Ray Orsini <r...@orsiniit.com> Cc: John Levine <jo...@iecc.com>; nanog@nanog.org Subject: RE: SMS gateways According to AT sales, the Netgear Beam is a "data-only" device and cannot send SMS wh

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-13 Thread Adam Kennedy
m > Cc: John Levine <jo...@iecc.com>; nanog@nanog.org > Subject: Re: SMS gateways > > I picked up two of the AT "Beam" USB devices that use the LTE network. > Netgear is the listed manufacturer and has firmware for the units that > makes > them usable on Linux. I l

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-12 Thread Adam Kennedy
t; > www.broadbandnetworks.com > > On Mon, Jan 11, 2016 at 11:38 PM, <frnk...@iname.com> wrote: > >> I plan to continue living in a rural area with a GSM provider that will >> support 2G. =) >> >> Frank >> >> -Original Message- >>

RE: SMS gateways

2016-01-12 Thread Ray Orsini
...@iname.com Cc: John Levine <jo...@iecc.com>; nanog@nanog.org Subject: Re: SMS gateways I picked up two of the AT "Beam" USB devices that use the LTE network. Netgear is the listed manufacturer and has firmware for the units that makes them usable on Linux. I loaded the driver for tho

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-12 Thread Bjørn Mork
Adam Kennedy writes: > I picked up two of the AT "Beam" USB devices that use the LTE network. > Netgear is the listed manufacturer and has firmware for the units that > makes them usable on Linux. I loaded the driver for those into a Debian box > and I'm able to use

RE: SMS gateways

2016-01-11 Thread frnkblk
I plan to continue living in a rural area with a GSM provider that will support 2G. =) Frank -Original Message- From: John Levine [mailto:jo...@iecc.com] Sent: Saturday, January 09, 2016 5:24 PM To: nanog@nanog.org Cc: frnk...@iname.com Subject: Re: SMS gateways In article

RE: SMS gateways

2016-01-09 Thread Frank Bulk
- From: NANOG [mailto:nanog-boun...@nanog.org] On Behalf Of David Hubbard Sent: Wednesday, January 06, 2016 1:36 PM To: nanog@nanog.org Subject: SMS gateways Hey all, was curious if anyone has opinions on the FoxBox vs SMS Eagle boxes for sending SMS alerts directly to the cell network? http

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-09 Thread John Levine
In article <006501d14b31$7c478e40$74d6aac0$@iname.com> you write: >Surprised no one has mentioned the Multimodem iSMS: >http://www.multitech.com/brands/multimodem-isms > >Been using it for 5+ years -- first three years the code wasn't stable, >needing a reboot every few months, >but the latest

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-09 Thread Jared Mauch
On Sat, Jan 09, 2016 at 11:23:59PM -, John Levine wrote: > In article <006501d14b31$7c478e40$74d6aac0$@iname.com> you write: > >Surprised no one has mentioned the Multimodem iSMS: > >http://www.multitech.com/brands/multimodem-isms > > > >Been using it for 5+ years -- first three years the

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-07 Thread Alex Buie
Based on a cursory pass of the FB website I can't find any of their products that have a CDMA modem - so they're definitely incorrect in that sense. Voice, text, 2G and 3G data are all CDMA on Verizon, unless you're doing something with SMS over IMS which is only supported with LTE capable

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-07 Thread Scott Fisher
Does anyone having experience getting this to work on US networks? http://www.smsfoxbox.it/en/foxbox-lx800-gateway-100.html/ I am interested on getting this working with our Nagios notifications. On Wed, Jan 6, 2016 at 9:40 PM, John Levine wrote: >>Thanks for those pointers.

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-07 Thread Scott Fisher
uot;John Levine" <jo...@iecc.com <javascript:;>> > > Cc: "nanog list" <nanog@nanog.org <javascript:;>> > > Sent: Thursday, January 7, 2016 3:34:42 PM > > Subject: Re: SMS gateways > > > Does anyone having experience getting this to

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-07 Thread Faisal Imtiaz
quot; <littlefish...@gmail.com> > To: "John Levine" <jo...@iecc.com> > Cc: "nanog list" <nanog@nanog.org> > Sent: Thursday, January 7, 2016 3:34:42 PM > Subject: Re: SMS gateways > Does anyone having experience getting this to work on US networks? &g

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-07 Thread Scott Fisher
I emailed smsfoxbox support asking about US network support. I am hoping to hear back soon and I will let you all know the answer. Thanks, Scott On Thu, Jan 7, 2016 at 4:40 PM, David Hubbard wrote: > Scott, I was interested in that as well, it was in my original

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-07 Thread Faisal Imtiaz
"Scott Fisher" <littlefish...@gmail.com> > To: "Faisal Imtiaz" <fai...@snappytelecom.net> > Cc: "John Levine" <jo...@iecc.com>, "nanog list" <nanog@nanog.org> > Sent: Thursday, January 7, 2016 3:55:07 PM > Subject:

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-07 Thread David Hubbard
Scott, I was interested in that as well, it was in my original post. I’m considering that and the SMSEagle; both are from Europe. I can’t find too much on them from a real world war stories perspective, but there has been mention of the FoxBox on nanog in years past, so there are some users

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-06 Thread Miles Fidelman
There are also services that do it for you. In my day job (Transit related software), we use textmarks.com to provide interactive transit information ("where's my bus" kinds of things) via interactive SMS. Not particularly expensive. On 1/6/16 2:36 PM, David Hubbard wrote: Hey all, was

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-06 Thread Mel Beckman
behalf of Miles Fidelman <mfidel...@meetinghouse.net> Sent: Wednesday, January 6, 2016 1:57 PM To: nanog@nanog.org Subject: Re: SMS gateways There are also services that do it for you. In my day job (Transit related software), we use textmarks.com to provide interactive transit information

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-06 Thread David Hubbard
The specific phrase you’ll want to use with your VZ rep is a “machine to machine” plan. It’s the same type of plans alarm companies purchase for cell-backups. They have plans with data allowances as low as 1 MB/month for a few dollars, but you get destroyed if you go over the plan because the

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-06 Thread Mel Beckman
ly! -mel From: David Hubbard <dhubb...@dino.hostasaurus.com> Sent: Wednesday, January 6, 2016 2:37 PM To: Mel Beckman; nanog@nanog.org Subject: Re: SMS gateways The specific phrase you’ll want to use with your VZ rep is a “machine to machine” plan. It’s the same type of plans

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-06 Thread John Levine
>Thanks for those pointers. The "mega bill" problem is one I have to avoid. We >used to use ISDN as backup to T1 circuits, >but had to abandon that after some wayward fail-overs resulted in $5000 phone >bills. I'll check the plan overage terms >carefully! Sounds like an excellent application

SMS gateways

2016-01-06 Thread David Hubbard
Hey all, was curious if anyone has opinions on the FoxBox vs SMS Eagle boxes for sending SMS alerts directly to the cell network? http://www.smsfoxbox.it/en/foxbox-iq.html/ http://www.smseagle.eu/store/en/devices/1-sms-eagle.html Any alternative options would be appreciated too. I saw

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-06 Thread cmaurand
On 2016-01-06 16:28, John Levine wrote: The other question, given the fact that they’re both GSM-based, is whether or not you know if AT or T-Mobile have cheap ‘machine’ plans for use by these types of devices. AT and T-Mo both have cheap MVNOs (resellers.) Airvoice Wireless resells AT and

Re: SMS gateways

2016-01-06 Thread John Levine
>The other question, given the fact that they’re both GSM-based, is whether or >not you know if AT or T-Mobile have cheap ‘machine’ plans for use by these >types of devices. AT and T-Mo both have cheap MVNOs (resellers.) Airvoice Wireless resells AT and has a $10/mo plan, texts charged at 2c