Ozeki 10 SMS Gateway

How to setup an OZX service

If you wish to provide SMS service to your customers, on of the best protocol to use is the OZX protocol. Ozeki 10 SMS gateway has a built in OZX server, that allows yout to provide OZX SMS Service. In this guide you will learn how to enable the OZX SMS service and how you can create OZX user account, to allow your users (or customers) to connect to your system.

Step 1.) Install Ozeki SMS gateway

To provide an SMPP SMS service first you need to install Ozeki SMS Gateway. Depending on your configuration, we recommend you to use a computer with sufficient hardware capacity, to make sure you system will operate well. Check out the Ozeki SMS Gateway prerequisites page for more information about the recommended hardware configuration.

Step 2.) Create new OZX user

To start installing and configuring an OZX user in the Home page click the Add new user/application.

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Figure 1 - Add new user

Then click the Install button next to the OZX user in the list.

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Figure 2 - Install OZX user

Provide the Username and the Password for the new OZX user.

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Figure 3 - Define login information

Now in the Log level section of the user's Advanced tab enable the 'Log communication events' and 'Log messaging events' checkbox if you wish to add log information about routing decisions and about message delivery events.

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Figure 4 - Enable message log

Then when click on OK you will see the User's Events page. In the User's Events tab you can see the successful login.

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Figure 5 - OZX client connected

Step 3.) Setup an OZX client on a different computer

To receive SMS via OZX service connection You need an OZX Client on a different computer. Here You can find detailed instructions on how to install and configure an OZX Client connection for SMS messaging using the Ozeki 10 SMS Gateway software.

Step 4.) Check the logs about an SMS being received

If everything fine the message successfully received.

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Figure 6 - SMS received