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Summary #

BEAM routers have an extensive amount of various SMS control utilities. SMS Utilities can be used to set/get configurations, monitor and issue commands to the router.

SMS Utilities #

Default Rules #

The SMS Utilities section contains a list of rules that perform certain actions when they are activated by SMS messages.

BeamOS Services sms utils

The figure above is an illustration of the SMS Utilities rules list. The entire list contains 22 rules but you are also be provided with the possibility to configure custom ones.

All default configuration options are listed below:

  • Reboot
  • Get status
  • Get I/O status
  • Get OpenVPN status
  • Switch WiFi on / off
  • Switch mobile data on / off
  • Manage OpenVPN on / off
  • Change mobile data settings
  • Get list of profiles
  • Change profile
  • SSH access control
  • Web access control
  • Restore to default
  • FW upgrade from server
  • Config update from server
  • Switch monitoring on / off
  • Monitoring status
  • UCI API

Execution #

To execute a rule, just send an SMS message to the router‘s SIM card number with the rule’s SMS Text, e.g., if you send a message with the text “reboot”, the router will reboot provided the selected Authorization method is “No authorization”. However, if there is an Authorization method present you will need to include the “Authorization key” in the text message. This “Authorization key” depends on the chosen Authorization method, i.e., if the method is “By serial”, the “Authorization key” is the router’s serial number, if the method is “By router admin password”, the “Authorization key” is the router’s admin password. The “Authorization key” must precede the activation text and they must be separated by a space symbol. For example, if the chosen Authorization method is “By router admin password” and the password is “admin01”, the entire message should look like this: “admin01 reboot”. The same applies to “By serial” authorization.

Rule Overview and editing #

Every default SMS rule can be edited to your liking. If none of the rules suit your purposes, just click the Edit button next to any SMS Utilities rules. This section will contain information on editing every signle SMS Utilities rule.

Reboot #

beamOS Services sms utils reboot screen

Above is an example of what an SMS Configuration window looks like, specifically, SMS Configuration for the Reboot rule. Below is a table with detailed explanations on how to configure the rule and what each of the fields mean. To avoid redundancy, screenshots for the other rules will not be provided, since the structures, syntax and the overall look of the configuration windows for each rule are very similar. Instead, only tables containing information on how to edit each rule will be provided.

This field appears only if you have checked Get status via SMS after reboot

Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable SMS reboot functionAllows router restart via SMS
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metReboots the router
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter; Default text: reboot
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Get status via SMS after rebootCheck this to receive connection status via SMS after the rebootIf checked, the router will send a status message once it has rebooted and is operational again. This is both a separate SMS Rule and an option under the SMS Reboot rule. After checking this, the Send status SMS to other number field will become available
Message textWhich status information should be included in SMS:
Data state, Operator, Connection type, Signal Strength, Connection State, IP
You can select which status elements to display
Status #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable SMS status functionAllows you to get the router‘s status via SMS. This is both a separate SMS Rule and an option under the SMS Reboot rule
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metReturns an SMS message containing information about the status of the router. The type of information contained within the message can be specified in the Message text field
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter; Default text: status
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Send status SMS to other numberEnable this if you want the status message to be sent to another (other than the sender) number(s)If this is checked, you will be prompted to enter a phone number (s)
Message textWhich status information should be included in SMS:
Data state, Operator, Connection type, Signal Strength, Connection State, IP
You can select which status elements to display
Get I/O status #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable SMS I/O status functionAllows you to get the router‘s I/O status via SMS
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metReturns an SMS message containing information about the Input/Output status of the router
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter; Default text: iostatus
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Send status SMS to other numberEnable this if you want a status message to be sent to another (other than the sender) number(s)If this is checked, you will be prompted to enter a phone number(s)
Get OpenVPN status #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the OpenVPN status functionAllows to get the router‘s OpenVPN status via SMS
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metReturns an SMS message containing information about an OpenVPN instance’s status
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter; Default text: vpnstatus
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Send status SMS to other numberEnable this if you want a status message to be sent to another (other than the sender) number(s)If this is checked, you will be prompted to enter a phone number(s)
Switch WiFi On/Off #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the Switch WiFi functionAllows Wi-Fi control via SMS.
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metTurns WiFi ON or OFF
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter;
Default text: wifion to turn WiFi ON; wifioff to turn WiFi OFF
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Write to configPermanently saves Wi-Fi stateWith this setting enabled, the router will keep the new Wi-Fi state even after reboot.
If it is not selected, the router will revert the Wi-Fi state after reboot
Switch mobile data ON/OFF #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the Switch mobile data functionAllows mobile control via SMS
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metTurn mobile data ON or OFF
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter;
Default text: mobileon to turn mobile data ON; mobileoff to turn mobile data OFF
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Write to configPermanently saves mobile network stateWith this setting enabled, the router will keep the new mobile data state even after reboot.
If it is not selected, the router will revert the mobile data state after reboot
Manage OpenVPN #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the Manage OpenVPN functionAllows OpenVPN control via SMS
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metTurns an OpenVPN instance ON or OFF
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter
Default: vpnon to turn OpenVPN ON; vpnoff to turn OpenVPN OFF
After the SMS text you have to write OpenVPN instance‘s name, e.g., “vpnon client_Client1”
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Get list of profiles #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the Get list of profiles functionAllows you to get the list of profiles via SMS
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metSends you the list of existing profiles
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter
Default text: profdisp
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Change profile #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the Change profile functionAllows changing profiles via SMS
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metChanges the current profile to the one specified in the message
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter
Default text pr
After the SMS text you have to write the Profile’s name, e.g., “pr John”
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
SSH access Control #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the SSH access control functionAllows SSH access control via SMS
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metTurns SSH access ON or OFF
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter
Default text: ssh
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Enable SSH accessEnables or Disables SSH access from LANIf this is checked, SMS will enable SSH access from LAN, if not, SMS will disable SSH access from LAN
Enable remote SSH accessEnables or Disables SSH access from WANIf this is checked, SMS will enable SSH access from WAN, if not, SMS will disable SSH access from WAN

Note that by default the ssh rule will enable both local and remote SSH access. You can change how the rule acts by clicking the “Edit” button located next to it:

BeamOS SMS utilities SSH edit screen

In the next window you can customize whether the rule will turn local/remote SSH access ON or OFF:

BeamOS SMS utilities SSH configuration screen

If you are using this rule frequently, we suggest that you create a new custom rule. For example, you can use the default rule to turn SSH access ON and use the custom rule to turn SSH access OFF. You can create new SMS Utilities rules from the New SMS Rule section located at the bottom of the SMS Utilities page.

Web access Control #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the Web access control functionAllows Web access control via SMS
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is met Turns access to WebUI ON or OFF
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter
Default text: web
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Enable HTTP accessEnables or Disables HTTP access from LANIf this is checked, SMS will enable HTTP access from LAN, if not, SMS will disable HTTP access from LAN
Enable remote HTTP accessEnables or Disables HTTP access from WANIf this is checked, SMS will enable HTTP access from WAN, if not, SMS will disable HTTP access from WAN
Enable remote HTTPS accessEnables or Disables HTTPs access from WANIf this is checked, SMS will enable HTTPS access from WAN, if not, SMS will disable HTTPS access from WAN

Note that by default the web rule will enable both local and remote HTTP access as well as remote HTTPS access. You can change how the rule acts by clicking the “Edit” button located next to it:

BeamOS SMS utilities web edit screen

In the next window you can customize whether the rule will turn local/remote HTTP/HTTPS access ON or OFF:

BeamOS SMS utilities web configuration screen

If you are using this rule frequently, we suggest that you create a new custom rule. For example, you can use the default rule to turn HTTP/HTTPS access ON and use the custom rule to turn HTTP/HTTPS access OFF. You can create new SMS Utilities rules from the New SMS Rule section located at the bottom of the SMS Utilities page.

Restore to default #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the Restore to default functionAllows you to restore the router to its default settings via SMS
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metExecutes a router Reset, which means the router will reboot after this rule is executed and all custom configurations will be deleted and restored to default
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter
Default text: restore
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Force FW upgrade from server #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the FW upgrade from server functionAllows you to upgrade the router‘s FW via SMS
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metUpgrades your router’s current Firmware to the one uploaded and assigned to your router in FOTA. The router will reboot and be unreachable for a couple of minutes after this rule is executed
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter
Default text: fw_upgrade
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Force Config update from server #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the Config update from server functionAllows you to load a different configuration file on to your router via SMS
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metUpgrades your router’s current Configuration to the one uploaded and assigned to your router in FOTA. The router will reboot and be unreachable for a couple of minutes after this rule is executed
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter
Default text: config_update
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Switch monitoring ON/OFF #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the Switch monitoring functionAllows you to control monitoring status via SMS
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metTurns remote monitoring ON or OFF
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter
Default text: monitoringon to turn remote monitoring ON; monitoringoff to turn remote monitoring OFF;
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Monitoring status #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the Monitoring status functionAllows you to get monitoring status via SMS
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metReturns a text message containing information about remote monitoring status
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter
Default text: monitoring_status
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Switch output ON/OFF #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the Switch output functionAllows output control via SMS
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metReturns a text message containing information about remote monitoring status
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter
Default text: ” ”
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Output typeWhich output will be activated (RUT240 routers only have one output, so this value will always be Digital OC Output)Possible values:
Digital OC output | Relay output; Default: Digital OC output

NOTE: No default SMS text is provided for this rule. It can be created via the New SMS Rule tab.

WOL #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the WOL ruleProvides the possibility to wake computers from sleep mode
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metWakes the specified computer from sleep mode
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter
Default text: none
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
More #
Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the MORE ruleProvides the possibility to see the next part of the message
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metReturns a text message containing the next part of the message
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter
Default text: more
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
MAC AddressComputer’s MAC AddressPossible values: mac; Default: none

NOTE: No default SMS text is provided for this rule. It can be created via the New SMS Rule tab.

Change mobile data settings (cellular) rule #

The Change mobile data settings rule is exceptional to most of the other rules as it does not perform a single action like turning specific services On/Off or getting status updates. It designed to change mobile data settings and it’s SMS text can’t be described by a single string because the message depends on what configurations you want to change. For example, you can send a message that will change your APN only, you can send a message that will change APN and mobile service mode, or even a message that will change every single mobile setting.

Change mobile data settings

Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the Change mobile data settings functionAllows you to change mobile settings via SMS
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metChanges the specified mobile settings
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter
Default: cellular
Detailed explanations on how to use this function are presented in the table below
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers

The default SMS text for the Change mobile data settings rule is cellular but it is only an indication text and does not include any specific parameters to be changed. The list of parameters that can be changed and explanations on how to incorporate them into the “cellular” message is presented in the table below.  Mobile Settings via SMS Parameters

ParameterValueDescriptionDefault message example
apn=e.g., internet.gprsSets APNcellular apn=internet.gprs
dialnumber=e.g., *99***1#Sets Dialing numbercellular dialnumber=*99***1#
auth_mode=none | pap | chapSets Authentication methodcellular auth_method=pap
service=2gonly | 3gonly | 4gonly | autoSets the mobile Service modecellular service=auto
username=e.g., userSets the user name for PAP or CHAP authenticationcellular username=user
password=e.g., passSets the password for PAP or CHAP authenticationcellular password=pass
roaming=0 for OFF; 1 for ONTurn Mobile data roaming ON or OFFcellular roaming=0

Each of the above examples contain a single parameter but you can send out multiple parameters in one message. For example, “cellular apn=internet.gprs service=3gonly”. This message would set your APN to “internet.gprs” and you Service mode to 3G Only. You can also send a message that would include all of the parameters above: “cellular apn=internet.gprs dialnumber=*99***1# auth_mode=pap service=3gonly username=user password=pass”

Change mobile data settings (cellular) rule #

The UCI rule lets you set or get any parameter from the router’s configuration files.  UCI API

Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
EnableThis check box will enable or disable the UCI API functionAllows you to set or get any configurations from the router
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metSets or sends you any specified configurations of the router
SMS TextSMS text that will trigger the ruleSMS text can contain letters, numbers, spaces and special symbols. Capital letters also matter
Default text: uci
Detailed explanations on how to use this function are presented in the table below
Authorization methodWhat kind of authorization to use for SIM managementPossible values:
No authorization | By serial | By router admin password; Default: By router admin password
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers

The following are syntax examples for the UCI API rule: UCI API Syntax

SyntaxDescriptionDefault Message Example
uci get config.section.option”Returns config option valueuci get network.wan.ipaddr – returns the router’s WAN IP address
uci set config.section.option=”value”Sets config optionuci set wireless.wifi-iface.key=”12345678″ – sets WiFi interface’s password to 12345678
uci show configReturns the contents of a config fileuci show openvpn – returns the contents of the openvpn config file
uci show config.sectionReturns the exact part of a config file (either section or the exact option value)uci show network.ppp – returns the contents of the ppp interface section from the network config file

As you can see, the UCI rule requires that you know the names of the configuration files and the names of the sections and parameters that they hold.

Custom Rules #

If default rules do not suit your purposes, you can also configure custom SMS rules. To do so, go to the bottom of the SMS Utilities page, where you will find the New SMS Rule tab. Select an Action and press the Add button located next to it.

BeamOS Services SMS utils new screen

Configuring a new rule is very similar to editing default rules: you are provided with a list of Actions, other fields are generated in accordance with which Action you choose.

Call Utilities #

Just like SMS Utilities, Call Utilities provide you with the possibility to issue certain commands to the router from your mobile phone. The list of possible rules is of course shorter because you can only make one type of call. Keep that in mind when creating Call Utilities rules because one call will trigger all of the enabled rules at once.

There is only one default rule (Reboot) configured and it is disabled. To make a new rule click the Edit button located next to the one default rule or make an entirely new entry for you Call Rules list by adding a rule from the New Call Rule tab.

Call Configuration #

The Call Configuration window is similar to SMS Configuration, but less complex.

BeamOS Services SMS utils call screen

Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
Enableyes | no; Default: noAllows router’s Call rules
ActionThe action to be performed when this rule is metReboot | Send status | Send WiFi | Send mobile data | Send output; Default: Reboot
Get status via SMS after rebootyes | no; Default: noIf checked, the router will send a status message once it has rebooted and is operational again
Allowed UsersWhite list of allowed usersPossible values:
From all numbers | From group | From single number; Default: From all numbers
Message Textstring; Default: Router name – %rn; WAN IP – %wi; Data Connection state – %cs; Connection type – %ct; Signal Strenght – %ss; New FW available – %fs;Which status information should be included in SMS:
Data state, Operator, Connection type, Signal Strength, Connection State, IP

User Groups #

User Groups provides you with the possibility to group phone numbers for SMS management purposes. You can then later use these groups in all related SMS and call functionalities. This option helps if there are several Users who should have the same roles when managing the router via SMS or calls. You can create a new user group by entering a name in the Group name text field and clicking the Add button located next to it in the Create New User Group section. After this you will re redirected get to the Modify User Group section.

BeamOS Services SMS utils user groups screen

Field NameDescriptionExplanation, Notes
Group namestring; Default: ” “Name of the group of phone numbers. Used for easier management purposes
Phone numberphone number; Default: ” “Add numbers to the user group. Must match international format. You can add more phone number fields by clicking on the green symbol

SMS Management #

With the help of the SMS Management window you can read and send SMS messages.

Read SMS #

In the Read SMS tab you can read and delete received/stored SMS messages. The layout is simple, there is a list of received SMS messages and you can choose how many entries of that list should visible at one time with SMS per page drop box in the top left corner of the page and there is a Search field to help you navigate more efficiently through the list of messages in the top right corner of the page.

BeamOS Services SMS utils read screen

Send SMS #

The Send SMS tab lets you send SMS messages from the router‘s SIM card.

BeamOS Services SMS utils send screen

All you have to do is enter the recipient’s phone number, type in your message and hit the Send button. If everything went well, a green bar saying Message sent should appear (image below).

BeamOS Services SMS utils sent message

Storage #

The Storage tab shows you how much SIM card memory space is used and how much is still available. You can also chose the option for the router to not delete messages. If this option is not used, the router will automatically delete all incoming messages after they have been read. Message status read/unread is examined every 60 seconds. All read messages are deleted.

BeamOS Services SMS utils store screen

Statistics #

The Statistics page represents information about sent and received SMS messages of both SIM cards. The counters can be reset by clicking the Reset button next to each SIM card.

BeamOS Services SMS utils statistics screen

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