> First thing to do is to make kannel to see an incoming mms > notification (wap-push) and dispatch it via the proper service to mbuni.
> If you don't see ANY incoming message in kannel, that could mean one of two: > - something is broken in the delivery chain before kannel (you can > check this by removing a SIM card from modem, placing it in a phone > and checking if you receive incoming MMS messages) > - Huawei modems do not support incoming wap push messages (in that > case the only solution I can think about is to change your modem) > As for dispatch part: you have two concurrent services defined in > kannel. There is a chance they will compete for the same message so > it will never be routed to mbuni. So remove the first service > definition until you will be able to receive an MMS. Then you can > make your config more complex again. After half an hour I got in smsbox logs: 2011-04-18 07:18:55   INFO: Starting to service <Nowa wiadomosc multimedialna od +48xxxxxxxx na http://foto.plus.pl MMS_id: xxxxxxxx haslo: xxxxxxx> from <Centrum MMS> to <+48xxxxxxxxx> This means I got sms msg that I have a new mulitmedia msg that I can download form the website. As far as I understand this means that my operator couldn't send MMS directly due to incompatible the hardware/missing configuration. I've tried to test different op (Orange) and the result seems to be the same (sms works both ways, no recieving mms) I will try using only one rule to see if it makes any difference but I don't think it will help. I already ordered OPTION iCON 505 MODEM so I will see if there will be any difference in behaviour. Greetings, Stanislaw Czech NOWATEL Sp. z o.o. http://www.nowatel.com _______________________________________________ Users mailing list Users@mbuni.org http://lists.mbuni.org/mailman/listinfo/users