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RE: [nv-l] nv.carriers and skytel

2002-10-28 09:00:59
Subject: RE: [nv-l] nv.carriers and skytel
From: "Barr, Scott" <Scott_Barr AT csgsystems DOT com>
To: "Milburn, Shane B" <shane.b.milburn AT intel DOT com>, <nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com>
Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2002 08:00:59 -0600
We also use a similar service - the thing I had to change was the max digits in 
pager - and you have already set that. Looks to me like your config is correct. 
We did change baud rate to 2400 per a recommendation from Verizon Wireless 
(they use the motorola 2-ways also). Might try that. We also have no dashes in 
our phone numbers but I assume that is only cosmetic. Here is our entry for 
comparison:

Carrier: weblink2
        Modem phone #: 18005578081
        Numeric IDs accepted on modem line: N
        DTMF phone #: 800746XXXX
        Max. message length: 400
        Max. digits in alphanumeric pager #: 10
        Max. blocks/transaction: 6
        Max. transactions/call: 30
        Baud rate: 2400
        Parity: E
        Data bits: 7
        Stop bits: 1
        Password:
        Protocol: TAP



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Milburn, Shane B [mailto:shane.b.milburn AT intel DOT com]
> Sent: Saturday, October 26, 2002 12:27 AM
> To: 'nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com'
> Subject: [nv-l] nv.carriers and skytel
> 
> 
> 
> We are moving to the Skytel 2way pagers with the 10 digit pin (i.e
> 877588xxxx). I'm trying to get netview to page using this but 
> I'm having
> some problems.
> 
> I have the following settings in my nv.carriers.
> 
> Carrier: skytel
>         Modem phone #: 1-800-679-2778
>         Numeric IDs accepted on modem line: N
>         DTMF phone #: 1-800-759-7243
>         Max. message length: 500
>         Max. digits in alphanumeric pager #: 10
>         Max. blocks/transaction: 1
>         Max. transactions/call: 7
>         Baud rate: 300                  <----(also tried 9600 for this
> setting)
>         Parity: E
>         Data bits: 7
>         Stop bits: 1
>         Password:
>         Protocol: TAP
> 
> Then I issue the following command: nvpage [email protected] 
> "test to shane"
> But the page never makes it. If I send the same page to my 
> metrocall page
> from this system it works. So I know something is wrong with 
> my nv.carriers
> file but I'm not sure what. 
> 
> Anyone have any ideas? I've also attached my nvpager.alog file. The
> nvpager.errlog is empty so I didn't attach it.
> 
> Any help would be appreciated. 
> 
>    <<nvpagerd.ZIP>>  <<nvpager.ZIP>> 
> thanks,
> -shane
> --
> Shane B Milburn
> Sr. Network Engineer & Unix/Network Domain Lead,
> LTD Automation, Intel
> Phone: 503.613.8501
> Pager: 877-588-1327 or shane.b.milburn AT skytel DOT com
> Email: shane.b.milburn AT intel DOT com
> 
> 

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