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SMPP-If-SPEC.v3.3 Short Message Peer to Peer (SMPP) Interface

SMPP-If-SPEC.v3.3 Short Message Peer to Peer (SMPP) Interface

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TELECOMMUNICATIONS SOFTWARE SYSTEMS
 Aldiscon
TELECOMMUNICATIONS SOFTWARE SYSTEMS
 
 Aldiscon
Title
SMSShort Message Peer to Peer (SMPP) InterfaceSpecification
Control
Document ID:IS-SMS-SMINSP-0055Version:3.3Location:/iwaims/cormacl/jay/SMPP-IF-SPEC.v3.3.CVROriginator:Hugh Carr / Stephanie HealyApproval Date:14/01/96Status:ApprovedApprover:Sonia Fitzpatrick
 
TELECOMMUNICATIONS SOFTWARE SYSTEMS
 Aldiscon
TELECOMMUNICATIONS SOFTWARE SYSTEMS
 
 Aldiscon
Whilst the greatest care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein, Aldiscon Limited does not warrantthe accuracy of same. Aldiscon expressly disclaim all and any liability to any person, whether a purchaser of the publication or not, in
Abstract
This document specifies a generalized interface between an SMSC and non-PLMN SMEs.
Distribution
John Mac ArdleAidan BoranMiriam BennettRory Mac HaleJim NoctorCathal FitzpatrickPhil ONeillSonia FitzpatrickNeill GallagherLaura McQuillanAdam Cowan
History
3.0H.C.28/11/94First Approved Version3.1S.H.30/11/95New Requirements added3.2S.H.11/12/95Review amendments added3.3S.H.14/01/96SMPP Provisioning Guides modied
 
Short Message Peer to Peer (SMPP) Interface SpecificationIS-SMS-SMINSP-0055Version 3.3 1 of 46
 ©Aldiscon Limited
Table of Contents
1.Introduction
....................................................................................................................................31.1Purpose..............................................................................................................................31.2Scope..................................................................................................................................31.3References.........................................................................................................................31.4Glossary..............................................................................................................................4
2.Functional overview
......................................................................................................................52.1ESMEs to SMSC................................................................................................................52.2SMSC to ESME..................................................................................................................62.3Backward Compatibility......................................................................................................6
3.Interface Specification
..................................................................................................................7
4.Protocol Messages
........................................................................................................................8
5.Use of Primitives
...........................................................................................................................95.1Initiation of Communication with SMSC..............................................................................95.2Steady-State Communication with the SMSC..................................................................105.3Terminating Communication with the SMSC....................................................................105.4Error Handling and Retransmission..................................................................................105.5Protocol Message Types..................................................................................................115.5.1ESME to SMSC...............................................................................................115.5.2SMSC to ESME...............................................................................................13
6.Message Layouts.
........................................................................................................................156.1Definitions.........................................................................................................................156.2Message Header Format..................................................................................................166.2.1“GENERIC_NAKCommand...........................................................................166.2.1.1“GENERIC_NAKSyntax...........................................................166.3Message Body Formats....................................................................................................176.3.1“BIND” Operation............................................................................................176.3.1.1“BIND_RECEIVERSyntax.......................................................186.3.1.2“BIND_RECEIVER_RESP” Syntax............................................186.3.1.3“BIND_TRANSMITTERSyntax................................................196.3.1.4“BIND_TRANSMITTER_RESPSyntax....................................196.3.2“UNBIND” Operation........................................................................................196.3.2.1 “UNBIND” Syntax......................................................................196.3.2.2 “UNBIND_RESP” Syntax..........................................................196.3.3“SUBMIT_SM” Operation................................................................................206.3.3.1“SUBMIT_SM” Syntax...............................................................206.3.3.2“SUBMIT_SM_RESP” Syntax....................................................226.3.4“SUBMIT_MULTI” Operation...........................................................................236.3.4.1“SUBMIT_MULTI_RESP” Syntax..............................................256.3.5“DELIVER_SM” Operation...............................................................................266.3.5.1“DELIVER_SM” Syntax..............................................................266.3.5.2“DELIVER_SM_RESPSyntax..................................................266.3.6QUERY............................................................................................................276.3.6.1“QUERY_SM” Operation...........................................................276.3.6.2“QUERY_SM” Syntax...............................................................276.3.6.3“QUERY_SM_RESPSyntax....................................................286.3.6.4“QUERY_LAST_MSGS” Operation...........................................296.3.6.5“QUERY_LAST_MSGS” Syntax................................................296.3.6.6“QUERY_LAST_MSGS_RESP” Syntax....................................296.3.6.7“QUERY_MSG_DETAILS” Operation........................................316.3.6.8“QUERY_MSG_DETAILS” Syntax............................................31

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