If 2 people have cordless landline phones and sent sms text
to each other are they not receiving sms text via the landline or
is this not turned on in Ireland yet.
This site is showing a box that would do the job but is in UK
and is usb only. No sign of linux drivers.
On Fri, 2004-12-03 at 02:10 +0000, Martin List-Petersen wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-12-01 at 20:09, Philip Creevy wrote:
> > Some of the new DECT cordless phones can now send sms
> > across a landline so it may be possible to plug your
> > landline into a modem and send/receive sms that way.
>> That's not different from a regular modem dialup using UCP, SMPP, CIMD
> or one of the other sms protocols. It still requires, that you find a
> telco, which will give you access to their SMSC and route inbound SMS to
> you (in this case).
>> Even for ISDN text messaging I haven't seen any telco's yet, that
> provided a gate between GSM SMS and ISDN text.
>> Slán leat,
> Martin List-Petersen
> Dublin, Eire
> (contact info on --> http://www.marlow.dk/)
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