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Short Message Peer-to-Peer, messaging solution for mobile device

Short Message Peer-to-Peer, messaging solution for mobile device

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  • SMPP SMSC Communication Protocol Nuruddin Ashr [email_address]
  • About Presenter
    • Work on mobile messaging company
    • Author of open source smpp library
      • http://code.google.com/p/jsmpp
  • SMS (Short Message Service)
    • Send/exchange message between mobile station (mobile phone)
    • SMSC (Short Message Service Center)
      • Route the message to mobile phone or other entities
  • SMS (Short Message Service) Message exchange between mobile stations SMSC Message for B Message for B Message for A Message for A Mobile station A Mobile station B
  • SMS (Short Message Service) Message exchange between ESME and mobile stations SMSC Other Entity Mobile Stations Messages Messages Protocol?
  • SMSC Protocol
    • To communicate with SMSC, we need SMSC Protocol
    • SMSC Protocol developed by SMSC Vendor
  • SMSC Protocol
    • To communicate with SMSC, we need SMSC Protocol
    • SMSC Protocol developed by SMSC Vendor
    So it's proprietary :-(
  • SMSC Protocol
    • Logica CMG
      • EMI (External Machine Interface)
      • UCP (Universal Computer Protocol)
      • SMPP (Short Message Peer to Peer) Protocol
    • Nokia
      • CIMD (Computer Interface to Message Distribution)
    • Airwide Solutions
      • OIS (Open Interface Specification)
      • SMS2000
  • SMSC Protocol Why use SMPP...?
  • SMPP: introduction The Short Message Peer to Peer (SMPP) protocol is an open, industry standard protocol designed to provide a flexible data communications interface for transfer of short message data between a Message Center .
  • SMPP: history
    • Now is open protocol – SMS Forum
    • Widely used
    • SMPP Version
      • SMPP v3.3 (developed by Aldiscon)
      • SMPP v4.0 (developed by Logica)
      • SMPP v3.4 (SMPP Developer Forums – Open Protocol)
      • SMPP v5.0 (SMS Forum)
  • Typical Application
    • Mobile Commerce
    • Mobile Banking
    • E-Mail Gateway
    • Information Service
    • Notification/Security Application
    • Cell Broadcast
    • Directory Service
    • Telemetry Application
  • Typical Application
    • SMS Chat
    • Polling Application
    • Gaming/Quiz
    • More explaination:
      • SMPP Protocol Spesification v3.4 page 12
      • SMPP Protocol Spesification v5.0 page 19
  • Protocol Overview SMSC Other Entity Mobile Stations Messages Messages Protocol? SMSC ESME SME Messages Messages SMPP
  • Protocol Overview
    • ESME = External Short Message Entity
    • SME = Short Message Entity
    SMSC ESME SME Messages Messages SMPP Mobile Network
  • Protocol Overview: SMPP Short Message Peer to Peer (SMPP) protocol is an open message-transfer protocol that enables short message entities ( SME s) outside the mobile network to interface with an SMSC . Non-mobile entities that submit messages to, or receive messages from an SMSC are known as External Short Message Entities ( ESME s).
  • Protocol Overview SMSC ESME SME Messages Messages SMPP Mobile Network TCP/IP or X.25 network connection
  • Protocol Overview
    • Based on request and response
    • The SMPP protocol defines
      • Set of operations and Protocol Data Units ( PDU s)
      • Data
  • Protocol Overview Every SMPP operation consist of a request and associated response (but some have exception). ESME SMSC Request Response
  • Protocol Overview
    • Messages exchange category
      • Messages sent from the ESME ( Transmitter ) to the SMSC
      • Messages sent from the SMSC to the ESME ( Receiver )
      • Messages sent from the ESME ( Transceiver ) to the SMSC and messages sent from the SMSC to the ESME ( Transceiver )
  • Protocol Overview SMSC ESME ESME ESME Transmitter Transceiver Receiever
  • SMPP Session
    • Session initiated by ESME
    • Session states:
      • OPEN (Network connection established)
      • BOUND_TX (ESME issuing a bind_transmitter PDU)
      • BOUND_RX (ESME issuing a bind_receiver PDU)
      • BOUND_TRX (ESME issuing a bind_transceiver PDU)
      • UNBOUND (only on SMPP v5.0)
      • CLOSED (Network connection closed)
  • SMPP Session: transmitter (TX) ESME SMSC Network connection bind_transmitter bind_transmitter_resp Send short messages
  • SMPP Session: receiver (RX) ESME SMSC Network connection bind_receiver bind_receiver_resp Receive short messages
  • SMPP Session: transceiver (TRX) ESME SMSC Network connection bind_transceiver bind_transceiver_resp Send and receive short messages
  • SMPP Session Question: How if SMSC want to send messages but there is no valid SMPP session? Use outbind operation
  • SMPP Session The purpose of the outbind operation is to allow the SMSC signal an ESME to originate a bind_receiver request to the SMSC.
  • SMPP Session: using outbind ESME SMSC Network connection outbind bind_receiver Receive short messages bind_receiver_resp
  • SMPP PDU: overview
    • Protocol Data Units
    • Set of bytes
    • 8 bit = 1 byte = 1 octet
    • PDU Header always mandatory
  • SMPP PDU: command length
    • Represent whole bytes length of the SMPP command
  • SMPP PDU: command id
    • Unique command identifier
      • bind_transmitter, bind_transmitter_resp
      • submit_sm, submit_sm_resp
    • Request 0x00000001 having response 0x80000001
  • SMPP PDU: command status
    • Indicate success or failure of SMPP request
    • Command status on request PDU always zero
    • Non-zero command status can be happen on response PDU
  • SMPP PDU: sequence number
    • Sequence number is an incremental number
    • Increase monotonically for each submitted SMPP request PDU
    • Having range 0x00000001 - 0x7FFFFFFF
  • SMPP PDU: deeper
    • Header is mandatory
    • Some PDU has no body
    • Some PDU has no optional parameters
    • Optional parameters are OPTIONAL
  • SMPP PDU: optional parameter
  • Typical Session Sequence: TX Synchronous Asynchronous Response - request pair indicated by same sequence number
  • Typical Session Sequence: RX
  • Typical Session Sequence: TRX
  • Error Handling
    • Response should be receive in a specified interval time ( transaction time )
    • Response have a non-zero command_status
    • If an error found on PDU Header , generick_nack PDU should be send
  • SMPP Timers
    • Session initiation timer
    • Session timer (enquire link timer)
    • Inactivity timer
    • Transaction timer (response timer)
  • Data Type
    • Integer
      • Value with defined number of octets
    • C-Octet String
      • Series of ASCII characters
      • Terminated with NULL character
    • C-Octet String (Decimal)
      • Same as C-Octet String
      • But numeric characters only (0 - 9)
  • Data Type
    • C-Octet String (Hex)
      • Same as C-Octet String
      • But hexadecimal characters only (0 - F)
  • SMPP Operations
    • See the SMPP Specification :-P
  • References
    • Short Message Peer to Peer Protocol Spesification v3.4
    • Short Message Peer to Peer Protocol Spesification v5.0
    • http://www.developershome.com/sms/howToReceiveSMSUsingPC4.asp
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Short_message_peer-to-peer_protocol