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I have 2 H350 test units from http://www.esitrack.com, these use either SMS based position messaging or SMTP mail to POP3 server. Are there any plans for a SMS connector? A lot of the more remote areas have SMS but no GPRS/1XRTT data capability.
I have followed the install process as defined and found no issues getting it up and running.
Each device has a different means of transporting data to the server.
OpenGTS currently provides device communication server 'templates' for both
HTTP-base communication, and raw socket-based data communication. It currently
does not provide an SMTP-based server template, however one should not be too
difficult to implement. SMS messages sent from a remote tracking device would
likely need to be sent through some form of SMS gateway and would likely arrive
at the server via an SMTP email message (unless you are providing your own SMS
gateway). An email-based device communication server would then simply have
incoming email to it, which it would parse according to the format of the data
which it receives, and insert into the appropriate database. I will see about
having an SMTP-based device communication server template added to the
available server templates distributed with OpenGTS.
Has anybody been able to setup an SMTP-based device communication? At least from server-to-device? This seems like the least expensive way v.s. an SMS Gateway that requires a GSM modem.
>At least from server-to-device?
At least? Do you know a GPS tracker that incorporates an SMTP server?
http://www.leading.com.my/misc/Portable%20GPS%20Tracker.pdf is this what you are asking for?
Anyways, implementing an SMTP Gateway instead of SMS. Wanted to know if that could work. Sending SMS message to the device via e-mail.
I know this is an old post, but you can accomplish an email gateway very simply using php.
I have used it successfully to parse emails from a logger with an attached gps that sends emails at set intervals.
For this i used "Thunderbird Email Client", "Attachment Extractor" addon and a scheduled php script, all run on the same opengts server under windows. I assume the same could be modified for linux
If anyone is interested in the workings, i would be happy to share
I'm working to integrate GT06 tracker on opengts, I'm intersted on your email gateway using php. can you please share this with me.
Thanks in Advance,
as far as i know the gt06 does not email its position?
my php scripts handle extracted email attachments, (csv, xml files etc)
so i assume you want to send an sms via email to the gt06? .am i correct?
for that you will still need an sms gateway, like smstools3 or clickatel provider, or similar. much can be accomplished that way.
perhaps you could clarify what you need, and i would be glad to help.