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To create a new carrier, you'll need some basic information about the types of messages you want to deliver and we would strongly recommend having a look at the How PageGate Sends Messages section of the documentation for more information on that. However, once you know which protocol(s) you want to implement for message delivery, you'll need to create a new carrier or series of carriers.
•How to create an XMPP Carrier (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol)
A method used to communicate with a variety of notification and chat programs, such as Jabber.
This protocol is used to send messages to a receiving TAP system, normally paging transmitters, by dial-up modem or serial connection.
•How to create a TAP-IP Carrier (Telocator Alphanumeric Protocol delivered by TCP/IP)
This protocol is used to send messages to a receiving TAP system, normally paging transmitters, by TCP/IP.
The protocol used to deliver email and email to SMS messages.
A standard message delivery protocol for internet communication to a wireless provider.
A standard message delivery for Internet communications to a wireless provider (both HTTP and HTTPS are supported).
A method used to communicate with a with a NotePage SMS Gateway App enabled Android phone, cellular modem, router, gateway or other connected wireless device that accepts AT commands by TCP for SMS delivery.
The GET method of passing CGI parameters to a web API.
The POST method of passing CGI parameters to a web API.
A way to deliver touch tone messages to older numeric-only pagers and similar equipment.
Message delivery to destination Fax machines via faxmodem.
This protocol allows PageGate to integrate with a Microsoft fax server for facsimile messages.
Transmission of message text over a standard serial/RS232 port (direct connect or via modem).
Transmission of message text to a host via a TCP/IP connection
Output a message as an ascii formatted file to a specified directory.
A delivery protocol for analog modem, or direct serial communications to a wireless provider.