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What is a SMSC?

Discussion in 'SMSC' started by Admin, Apr 7, 2011.

  1. Admin Administrator

    SMSC

    A Short Message Service Center (SMSC) is a network element in the mobile telephone network which delivers SMS messages.

    Operation

    When a user sends a text message (SMS message) to another user, the message gets stored in the SMSC (short message service center) which delivers it to the destination user when they are available. This is a store and forward option.
    An SMS center (SMSC) is responsible for handling the SMS operations of a wireless network.
    1. When an SMS message is sent from a mobile phone, it will reach an SMS center first.
    2. The SMS center then forwards the SMS message towards the destination.
    3. The main duty of an SMSC is to route SMS messages and regulate the process. If the recipient is unavailable (for example, when the mobile phone is switched off), the SMSC will store the SMS message.
    4. It will forward the SMS message when the recipient is available.
    I. Validity Period of an SMS Message - An SMS message is stored temporarily in the SMS center if the recipient mobile phone is offline. It is possible to specify a cutoff period after which the SMS message will be deleted from the SMS center. Once deleted, the SMS message will no longer be available for dispatch to the recipient mobile phone (even if it becomes online).

    II. Message Status Reports - The SMS sender needs to set a flag in the SMS message to notify the SMS center that he wants the status report about the delivery of this SMS message. This status report is sent to the SMS sender in the form of an SMS....
  2. Azhar New Member

    Dear thanks for all this info.. i wanna know that if some on use Free smsc , is there possibility that the network operator blocked the sim card.. because i face this problem i got blocked 2 of my sim in free smsc.
    please tell me in detail

    Thanks
    regards
    Azhar
  3. Admin Administrator

    Yes, there is always a risk when using free smsc. The networks can trace it.
  4. Azhar New Member

    Hmmmm thanks admin
  5. walter1 New Member

    We need smsc ....!!!

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