Supported network providers

To support mobile access service connections from SafeLinx Clients or messaging services, you must install support for the network types that your clients use. The SafeLinx Server supports a range of IP and non-IP networks.

When you install the SafeLinx Server, you specify the network types that you want to support. If you do not install support for a network when you first set up the SafeLinx Server, you can add support later. To create a connection to a configured network provider, you add a mobile network connection (MNC).
Note: If you are supporting HTTP access services only, you do not have to specify a provider network.
You can enable support for the following network types on the SafeLinx Server:
Short message services (SMS)
  • Open interface specification (OIS)
  • Radio Page America (RPA)
  • Short message peer-to-peer protocol (SMPP)
  • Simple mail transport protocol (SMTP)
  • Simple network paging protocol (SNPP)
  • Universal computer protocol (UCP)
  • Wireless communications transfer protocol (WCTP)
Simple mail transport protocol
Simple network paging protocol
Public packet radio networks
  • Circuit-switched cellular digital packet data (CS-CDPD)
  • Personal digital cellular packet (PDC-P) (Japan)
Cellular networks
  • Advanced mobile phone service (AMPS) and Narrow-band advanced mobile phone service (N-AMPS)
  • Global system for mobile (GSM) communication ‚ó¶Integrated digital enhanced network (iDEN)
  • Personal communications services 1900 (PCS)
  • Personal digital cellular (PDC) (Japan)
  • Personal handyphone (PHS) (Japan)
  • Time division multiple access (TDMA)
Dial connections
  • Dial/TCP
  • Public switched telephone network (PSTN) or plain old telephone service (POTS)
  • Point-to-point protocol (PPP)
  • PSTN/ISDN connections with a modem server, such as 3Com Total Control System (TCS)
Private packet networks
  • Dataradio
Any IP-based network
Internet connections
  • Enterprise connections
  • Internet service providers (ISP)
    • Cable modem
    • Digital subscriber line (DSL)
Wireless LAN
  • 802.11