The bind message. This message originates from an SMPP Server channel if a client want to connect (login) to the SMPP Server.
This message inherits all the properties of the Message object as well.
|BindType||Number||Read/Write||Type of bind|
|Client||String||Read/Write||The originating client string|
|SystemType||String||Read/Write||The system type|
|AddressRangeNPI||Number||Read/Write||The Number Plan Indicator (NPI) for the address range|
|AddressRangeTON||Number||Read/Write||The Type of Number (TON) for this address range|
|Version||Number||Read/Write||Version of the bind request|
|Tlvs||String||Read/Write||Any TLV’s that where included in the bind|
|StatusCode||Number||Read/Write||The SMPP Status code|
The type of bind. One of these constants.
This is a combination of the source IP address and port number.
This is the system ID used in the bind request.
The password used in this bind request.
The system type used in this bind request.
The address range for this bind request. This can be a regular expression that matches multiple addresses.
The Number Plan Indicator (NPI) for the address range
The Type of Number (TON) for this address range
Version of the bind request. Must be either 0x33 or 0x34.
Any TLV’s that where included in the bind message.
The SMPP Status code. This should always be 0 for and incoming bind request. When acknowledging this bind it should contain the response code that should be sent to the client.