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We use a 3rd party - smsbroadcast.com.au for sms provider
can someone help me configure my appliance for SMS setup please?
Hi @TAC ,
You don't mention what model of SMA you have.
If it is one of the SMA 100 series, here is a KB to answer your question. If it is not SMA 100 series reply with the model.
Product:SonicWall Secure Mobile Access 6210
You can refer "Configuring SMS based authentication" section of 12.4.0 Administrator guide to configure it. You will require HTTP API guide given by your SMS provider for this.
12.4.0 Administrator guide is located at https://www.sonicwall.com/techdocs/pdf/sonicwall-secure-mobile-access-12-4-administration-guide.pdf
@TAC, based on the information available on below site (assuming this is your SMS provider),
Log into appliance AMC, navigate to System Configuration > Services > SMS > Configure.
To test this configuration, you can provide your phone number and a sample message and click "Send test message" button. You should receive the message as configured and AMC should report test as successful.
i am getting the following error in the logs
SMSGW: Error sending request to SMS Gateway - self signed certificate in certificate chain. Error Code[SELF_SIGNED_CERT_IN_CHAIN]
@TAC, do you have any (local?) DNS server that resolves api.smsbroadcast.com.au to different IP than what seen at https://dnschecker.org/all-dns-records-of-domain.php?query=api.smsbroadcast.com.au&rtype=ANY? I do not see self-signed certificate in the chain when hitting https://api.smsbroadcast.com.au/api-adv.php from browser or lab appliance; not sure how or to what IP your DNS resolves the host api.smsbroadcast.com.au. Can you cross check?
@Viveks see ping results from my machine, and from SMA itself.
@TAC , could be that appliance does not have full cert-chain, not sure. Could you reach our technical support over phone to import full cert-chain on to the appliance and try again?