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Vibes supports sending short messages using Short Message Peer-to-Peer (SMPP) protocol version 3.4.  SMPP is an open message-transfer protocol that enables short message entities (SMEs) outside the mobile network to interface with an SMSC. Non-mobile entities that submit messages to, or receive messages from an SMSC are known as External Short Message Entities (ESMEs).   

SMPP is based on the exchange of request and response protocol data units (PDUs) between the ESME and the SMSC over an underlying TCP/IP or X.25 network connection. The SMPP protocol defines a set of operations and associated Protocol Data Units (PDUs) for the exchange of short messages between an ESME and an SMSC.

The exchange of messages between an ESME and SMSC via SMPP may be categorized under three distinct groups of transactions as follows:

  1. messages sent from the ESME (Transmitter) to the SMSC
  2. messages sent from the SMSC to the ESME (Receiver)
  3. messages sent from the ESME (Transceiver) to the SMSC and messages sent from the SMSC to the ESME (Transceiver) 

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