smstools and CDMA
andrey.gordon at gmail.com
Fri Jun 20 20:43:08 UTC 2008
I have a RHEL server that I connected MultiTech CDMA modem (MTCBA-C-U-N3)
and running smstools3 with it. Some hackery was needed and it still does not
work ideally. What I mean by that, i had to modify the source code of
smstools3 to work around GSM SMS message format.
In the end it works except one thing: I believe, because of the way smstools
addresses memory where the message to be sent is stored, it never releases
that memory back. So as a result, it always retains the last message in
memory and when a new one needs to be send and if it's shorted then then
previous one, I see the new message and leftovers of the previous one at the
Let me know if you want some documents that I wrote up when I was messing
Andrey Gordon [andrey.gordon at gmail.com]
On Fri, Jun 20, 2008 at 2:25 PM, Douglas K. Rand <rand at meridian-enviro.com>
> From the GMS point of view I live and work in the boondocks: Grand
> Forks, North Dakota. (OK, so there is a decent argument that the
> entire US is GSM boondocks.)
> Anyway, I'm trying to figure out a way of sending and receiving text
> messages using a tool like smstools and a CDMA modem.
> I've found the MultiTech CDMA modem (MTCBA-C-N3-NAM) but I can't seem
> to find any success stories to go along with it.
> I was wondering if anybody has had any luck with either this modem and
> smstools3 in particular, or with sending/receiving text messages with
> a CDMA modem.
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