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Mobile message type specification - OTA Browser settings SMS
(SMS message type, SMS message format)

Introduction

The browser settings are used to provide handsets with basic settings needed to establish a connection to be used for browsing.

Why it is convenient

If you do not want to set the browser of every phone manually to enable it to connect to the network, this message type can be used to send the required settings. This way, the necessary parameters can be set by just pressing one or two buttons. (Some recently developed devices may not be capable of interpreting this message type. Then, the OMA OTA Settings SMS type can be used.)

Message type

SMS:WAPPUSH:OTABROWSERSETTINGS:GPRS      for GPRS connection setting
SMS:WAPPUSH:OTABROWSERSETTINGS:GSMCSD    for GSMCSD connection setting
SMS:WAPPUSH:OTABROWSERSETTINGS:GSMSMS    for GSMSMS connection setting
SMS:WAPPUSH:OTABROWSERSETTINGS:GSMUSSD   for GSMUSSD connection setting
SMS:WAPPUSH:OTABROWSERSETTINGS:IS136CSD  for IS136CSD connection setting

The format of the message data is:

You can modify the structure according to the OTA Browser Settings description.

A GSM/CSD connection
(you can leave out any of the colored lines):

<CHARACTERISTIC-LIST>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="ADDRESS">
        <PARM NAME="BEARER" VALUE="GSM/CSD"/>
        <PARM NAME="PPP_AUTHNAME" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="PPP_AUTHSECRET" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="PPP_LOGINTYPE" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="PPP_AUTHTYPE" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="PROXY" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="PORT" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="PROXY_LOGINTYPE" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="PROXY_AUTHNAME" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="PROXY_AUTHSECRET" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="CSD_CALLTYPE" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="CSD_CALLSPEED" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="CSD_DIALSTRING" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="ISP_NAME" VALUE="..."/>
    </CHARACTERISTIC>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="URL" VALUE="..."/>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="BOOKMARK">
        <PARM NAME="NAME" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="URL" VALUE="..."/>
    </CHARACTERISTIC>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="MMSURL" VALUE="..."/>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="NAME">
        <PARM NAME="NAME" VALUE="..."/>
    </CHARACTERISTIC>
</CHARACTERISTIC-LIST>


A GPRS connection
(you can leave out any of the colored lines):

<CHARACTERISTIC-LIST>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="ADDRESS">
        <PARM NAME="BEARER" VALUE="GPRS"/>
        <PARM NAME="PPP_AUTHNAME" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="PPP_AUTHSECRET" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="PPP_LOGINTYPE" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="PPP_AUTHTYPE" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="PROXY" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="PORT" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="GPRS_ACCESSPOINTNAME" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="PROXY_LOGINTYPE" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="PROXY_AUTHNAME" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="PROXY_AUTHSECRET" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="ISP_NAME" VALUE="..."/>
    </CHARACTERISTIC>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="URL" VALUE="..."/>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="BOOKMARK">
        <PARM NAME="NAME" VALUE="..."/>
        <PARM NAME="URL" VALUE="..."/>
    </CHARACTERISTIC>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="MMSURL" VALUE="..."/>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="NAME">
        <PARM NAME="NAME" VALUE="..."/>
    </CHARACTERISTIC>
</CHARACTERISTIC-LIST>

Take a look at some examples:

A GSM/CSD connection:

<CHARACTERISTIC-LIST>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="ADDRESS">
        <PARM NAME="BEARER" VALUE="GSM/CSD"/>
        <PARM NAME="PPP_AUTHNAME" VALUE="GSMCSDUserName"/>     <- ISP username
        <PARM NAME="PPP_AUTHSECRET" VALUE="GSMCSDUserPasswd"/> <- ISP password
        <PARM NAME="PPP_AUTHTYPE" VALUE="PAP"/>                <- ISP login type (PAP,
                                                                     <-  CHAP, MS_CHAP)
        <PARM NAME="PPP_LOGINTYPE" VALUE="AUTOMATIC"/>         <- ISP login mode (AUTOMATIC
                                                                     <-  or MANUAL)
        <PARM NAME="PROXY" VALUE="111.111.111.1"/>             <- WAP Gateway IP address
        <PARM NAME="PORT" VALUE="9200"/>                       <- WAP Gateway connection type
                                                                     <- (9200 - connection less,
                                                                     <-  9201 - connection oriented
                                                                     <-  9202 - connection less
                                                                     <-         (Secure (WTLS))
                                                                     <-  9203 - connection oriented
                                                                     <-         (Secure (WTLS)))
        <PARM NAME="PROXY_LOGINTYPE" VALUE="AUTOMATIC"/>       <- WAP Gateway login mode
                                                                     <- (AUTOMATIC or MANUAL)
        <PARM NAME="PROXY_AUTHNAME" VALUE="WAPGateWUN"/>       <- WAP Gateway username
        <PARM NAME="PROXY_AUTHSECRET" VALUE="WAPGateWPW"/>     <- WAP Gateway password
        <PARM NAME="CSD_CALLTYPE" VALUE="ANALOGUE"/>           <- ISP call type (ANALOGUE or ISDN)
        <PARM NAME="CSD_CALLSPEED" VALUE="9600"/>              <- ISP call speed
                                                                     <- (AUTO, 9600, 14400, 19200, 28800,
                                                                     <-  38400, 43200, 57600)
        <PARM NAME="CSD_DIALSTRING" VALUE="+36441234567"/>     <- ISP phone number
        <PARM NAME="ISP_NAME" VALUE="GSMCSDSettings"/>         <- name of settings
    </CHARACTERISTIC>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="URL" VALUE="http://homepage.home"/>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="BOOKMARK">
        <PARM NAME="NAME" VALUE="GSMCSDSettings"/>             <- name of settings
        <PARM NAME="URL" VALUE="http://homepage.home"/>        <- homepage URL
    </CHARACTERISTIC>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="MMSURL" VALUE="http://mmsms.mms"/>   <- MMS message server URL
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="NAME">
        <PARM NAME="NAME" VALUE="GSMCSDSettings"/>             <- name of settings
    </CHARACTERISTIC>
</CHARACTERISTIC-LIST>


A GPRS connection:

<CHARACTERISTIC-LIST>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="ADDRESS">
        <PARM NAME="BEARER" VALUE="GPRS"/>
        <PARM NAME="PPP_AUTHNAME" VALUE="GPRSUN"/>             <- GPRS username
        <PARM NAME="PPP_AUTHSECRET" VALUE="GPRSPW"/>           <- GPRS password
        <PARM NAME="PPP_AUTHTYPE" VALUE="PAP"/>                <- GPRS login type (PAP,
                                                                     <-  CHAP, MS_CHAP)
        <PARM NAME="PPP_LOGINTYPE" VALUE="AUTOMATIC"/>         <- GPRS login mode (AUTOMATIC
                                                                     <-  or MANUAL)
        <PARM NAME="PROXY" VALUE="111.111.111.1"/>             <- WAP Gateway IP address
        <PARM NAME="PORT" VALUE="9200"/>                       <- WAP Gateway connection type
                                                                     <- (9200 - connection less,
                                                                     <-  9201 - connection oriented
                                                                     <-  9202 - connection less
                                                                     <-         (Secure (WTLS))
                                                                     <-  9203 - connection oriented
                                                                     <-         (Secure (WTLS)))
        <PARM NAME="GPRS_ACCESSPOINTNAME" VALUE="WAP"/>        <- GPRS access point name
        <PARM NAME="PROXY_LOGINTYPE" VALUE="AUTOMATIC"/>       <- WAP Gateway login mode
                                                                     <- (AUTOMATIC or MANUAL)
        <PARM NAME="PROXY_AUTHNAME" VALUE="WAPGateWUN"/>       <- WAP Gateway username
        <PARM NAME="PROXY_AUTHSECRET" VALUE="WAPGateWPW"/>     <- WAP Gateway password
        <PARM NAME="ISP_NAME" VALUE="GPRSSettings"/>           <- name of settings
    </CHARACTERISTIC>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="URL" VALUE="http://homepage.home"/>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="BOOKMARK">
        <PARM NAME="NAME" VALUE="GPRSSettings"/>               <- name of settings
        <PARM NAME="URL" VALUE="http://homepage.home"/>        <- homepage URL
    </CHARACTERISTIC>
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="MMSURL" VALUE="http://mmsms.mms"/>   <- MMS message server URL
    <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="NAME">
        <PARM NAME="NAME" VALUE="GPRSSettings"/>               <- name of settings
    </CHARACTERISTIC>
</CHARACTERISTIC-LIST>

SQL example:

If you use the Database user to send and receive SMS messages with Ozeki NG - SMS Gateway, you can use the following SQL statement to send a Browser setting OTA message:
A GPRS connection:

insert into ozekimessageout (receiver,msgtype,msg,status) values (’+36205222245’,
    ’SMS:WAPPUSH:OTABROWSERSETTINGS:GPRS’,’<CHARACTERISTIC-LIST><CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="ADDRESS">
                                           <PARM NAME="BEARER" VALUE="GPRS"/><PARM NAME="PPP_AUTHNAME" VALUE="GPRSUN"/>
                                           <PARM NAME="PPP_AUTHSECRET" VALUE="GPRSPW"/>
                                           <PARM NAME="PPP_LOGINTYPE" VALUE="AUTOMATIC"/>
                                           <PARM NAME="PPP_AUTHTYPE" VALUE="PAP"/>
                                           <PARM NAME="PROXY" VALUE="111.111.111.1"/>
                                           <PARM NAME="PORT" VALUE="9200"/>
                                           <PARM NAME="GPRS_ACCESSPOINTNAME" VALUE="WAP"/>
                                           <PARM NAME="PROXY_LOGINTYPE" VALUE="AUTOMATIC"/>
                                           <PARM NAME="PROXY_AUTHNAME" VALUE="WAPGateWUN"/>
                                           <PARM NAME="PROXY_AUTHSECRET" VALUE="WAPGateWPW"/>
                                           <PARM NAME="ISP_NAME" VALUE="GPRSSettings"/>
                                           </CHARACTERISTIC>
                                           <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="URL" VALUE="http://homepage.home"/>
                                           <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="BOOKMARK">
                                           <PARM NAME="NAME" VALUE="GPRSSettings"/>
                                           <PARM NAME="URL" VALUE="http://homepage.home"/>
                                           </CHARACTERISTIC>
                                           <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="MMSURL" VALUE="http://mmsms.mms"/>
                                           <CHARACTERISTIC TYPE="NAME">
                                           <PARM NAME="NAME" VALUE="GPRSSettings"/>
                                           </CHARACTERISTIC>
                                           </CHARACTERISTIC-LIST>’,’send’);




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