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How to Setup and Configure a TAP Carrier Using an IP Connection Video Tutorial

How to Configure a TAP Carrier Using an IP Connection


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How to Configure a TAP Carrier Using an IP Connection Transcript for Video:
Welcome to the video tutorial on how to configure PageGate communicate with an IP based TAP terminal. In this tutorial, we’ll be going over how to configure PageGate to use TCP to deliver messages to an IP capable TAP terminal.

Before you begin, you’ll need to know the IP address and port that TAP terminal requires. Once you have that information, here’s how to configure PageGate.

First, open the PageGate Admin.

Right click on Carriers and select ‘Add’.

Give the carrier a name.

Set the Protocol to: TAP-IP

Set the Host to the IP address of the receiving TAP system.

Set the Port to the port required by the receiving TAP system.

The ‘Max Chars’ field determines the maximum number of characters that can be sent in a single message.

When finished, click Apply.

Now all that remains is adding a recipient that uses the new carrier. To do that, right click on the Recipients section and select ‘Add’.

Give the recipient a name.

Set the carrier to your IP based TAP carrier.

In the ID/PIN field, enter the pager number.

You’ll notice that there’s a second Max Characters field here in the recipient as well. The carrier max characters value determines the number of characters that can be delivered in a single message and the recipient max characters value determines the number of characters you want to send to this person. So, if the recipient value is higher than the carrier value, the program will break up long messages in to multiple messages based on the carrier’s value.

For example, let’s say we’re sending pages and that your carrier Max Chars value is 240. Let’s then also say that we’ve set the recipient value to 480. If we send a 300 character message, PageGate will break that up in to one 240 character message and one 60 character message. If we send a 500 character message, everything after the 480th character will be lost.

When finished, click Apply.

This concludes the video tutorial on how to configure PageGate to use a modem to deliver the TAP protocol.

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