GSM Modem for linux [closed]

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GSM Modem for linux [closed] – Managing your servers can streamline the performance of your team by allowing them to complete complex tasks faster. Plus, it can enable them to detect problems early on before they get out of hand and compromise your business. As a result, the risk of experiencing operational setbacks is drastically lower.

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I am looking for a GSM modem capable of sending SMS to be used in CentOS 5.3.
In the other word, how can I make sure if a specific modem can be detected on kernel 2.6 before buying it.

Solution :

My employee are using a GSM modem called: HT910G
We are running it on our OP5 system and works great with CentOS 6.x and Linux 2.6

Here’s the manual: https://kb.op5.com/download/attachments/6193522/Technical%20Description%20HT910%20G%201.1.pdf?version=1&modificationDate=1395759338000&api=v2

When we migrated the system from bare metal to VMware we hooked the GSM modems up to a “Moxa” which converts TCP/IP to Serial (Could maybe be useful info)

Here’s the Moxa: http://www.moxa.com/product/nport_5110.htm

I use:

Manufacturer : Cinterion
Model        : MC52i
Product name : MC52i
Revision     : REVISION 01.201

It is connected via COM port and REQUIRES external power supply.

Having some problems with it though – sometimes it doesn’t send sms with error code 11, but it might be related to the service provider (vodafone).

If I was selecting a new one, I would go for something to USB, but I found that very difficult to find any working. For example – I was testing Vodafone K5150 and I wasn’t able to switch it to tty/USB device under linux. It showed only as a network card. It was able to send sms in windows though.

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