SMPP Configuration

The SMPP protocol can be used to connect your computer directly to the Short Message Service Center (SMSC) of the service provider. This way you can send and receive SMS messages over the Internet or over a private IP network.You can install and configure this connection using the graphical user interface of bulksmsserviceproviders - SMS Gateway.

you need to install and configure one or more service provider connections for SMS messaging using bulksmsserviceproviders - SMS Gateway. One of the service provider connections supported by the software is the Short Message Peer-to-Peer (SMPP) connection.


The SMPP Server API allows you to send and receive SMS and delivery receipts (DLR) through bulksmsserviceprovider’s connectors, send and receive long (more than 160 characters) SMS and unicode/binary content.

SMS Gateway

BulkSms enables organisations to provide two-way SMS messaging facilities to their personnel and corporate information systems using their existing messaging infrastructure and line of business applications. It provides out of the box integration with the most popular desktop email clients for all authorised users. BulkSms Gateway software works 24/7. It manages network link failures and SMS service provider failures with automatic reconnect capability, backup routing and fail-safe load balancing. Message loop protection is also included to avoid threats caused by auto responding mobile messaging services. SMPP SMS API Connection is an effective and powerful API to send SMS. It enables sending of all kinds of SMS types, including ordinary text, binary, and Unicode messages.

BulkSms offers a powerful high throughput SMPP gateway. SMPP is considered the industry standard for sending SMS to Network providers and is our native protocol. The Short Message Peer-to-Peer (SMPP) is a protocol used by the telecommunications industry for exchanging SMS messages between Short Message Service Centers (SMSC) and/or External Short Messaging Entities (ESME). BulkSms supports the industry standard SMPP v3.4 protocol.