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RE: GSM Modem

From: Michael Hutchinson
Subject: RE: GSM Modem
Date: Thu, 3 Sep 2009 11:54:12 +1200



Sorry to everyone else for sounding like a broken record.


Wavecom GSM modems are great. They present themselves on a Serial (RS232) port, and use the Hayes AT Command set. Very easy to drive with Gnokii / smsd – have used them myself and haven’t had an issue yet. So much better than trying to drive Cell Phones connected to USB/Serial. Wavecom appear to have been acquired by Seirra Wireless. Here’s a website at any rate:


Check out the Wavecom FastTrack – they sound like the kind of unit you’re after. I’ve employed 2 of these with 2 separate Nagios instances – no problem at all.  A starter bundle is most likely what you want, to get the Mag. Aerial etcetera. There should be a supplier near you that carries this Kit.


Thanks and Cheers,

Michael Hutchinson

Manux Solutions Limited

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Telephone: 0800 328 324


From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of Martyn
Sent: Wednesday, 2 September 2009 10:04 p.m.
To: address@hidden
Subject: GSM Modem


HI all, I'm in the process of looking at a GSM modem to support my Nagios installation but not sure what modems if any your software supports, I did a quick Google but did not come up with a definitive answer.

I was looking at a couple of sites which are as follows, could you let me know if your support or if your software will be able to use either.

Thanks for your time and for providing a mailing list for answers


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