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Automated phone calls?
Ozeki Phone System XE VoIP PBX software is an advanced PBX built for automated voice calls and 2 way SMS messaging. It has outstanding APIs for software developers. It can be used for:

Phone calls from SQL
Phone calls from HTTP
Voice and SMS applications

Callcenter developers
If you are working on telephone solutions, please check out the Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK.
It can be used to create VoIP client and server software.

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How to send text messages to SIP accounts


The following guide demonstrates how to send text messages in Ozeki NG SMS Gateway to SIP accounts by using the VoIP SIP Connection service provider.

Configuring the VoIP SIP Connection service provider

To enable sending messages to SIP accounts your first task is to add a VoIP SIP Connection to the service providers' list. You can do this by clicking install next to VoIP SIP Connection in the Add service provider connection menu (Figure 1).


Figure 1 - Add a VoIP SIP Connection

After you have added the service provider you must configure it properly to enable sending text messages via SIP. The first menu in the VoIP SIP Connection's configuration form is the Connection menu (Figure 2).


Figure 2 - Configuring SIP account in a VoIP SIP Connection

Here, you need to select the Use SIP account option. Under this section, you need to add the SIP account settings for your service provider connection. It will register to the PBX and via this service provider connection, you will be able to send text messages to other SIP accounts. Here you must add a proper User ID, Display name, Register name, and Register password you will use and there is a Domain server field for the address of your PBX. You must check the Registration required checkbox if your PBX requires registration.

The next tab is the Advanced tab. Here you can specify the IP address your connection will listen to and the appropriate port numbers for calls. Under that, there is a Firewall traversal section. Here you can specify if you want to use STUN or TURN and you can add your STUN / TURN server settings here. If you want to use the connection only in your local network, you need to select the Use local IP address option (Figure 3).


Figure 3 - Advanced config in a VoIP SIP Connection.

After you have entered everything properly, you can click connect on the left side (Figure 4). The VoIP SIP service provider connection you have just added will connect to the PBX configured. You can start sending text messages after the connection established successfully.


Figure 4 - Connecting the service provider

Sending text messages

When you have a running configuration of a VoIP SIP Connection you can start sending text messages to SIP accounts. You just need to specify the SIP address of the account you want to send a message. For example, we sent a message to 868, with the message text "Test". After composing and sending the message, the VoIP SIP Connection will send the message to the SIP account specified in the To: field, which is 868 now (Figure 5).


Figure 5 - Sending a message to a SIP account

Remember to add a proper address in the To: field - one that is registered to the PBX. If you have added an appropriate recipient (one that your PBX will be able to send to), it will recieve the message (Figure 6).


Figure 6 - Message recieved

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