Create SMS HTTP Trunk

Step 1. Under the “Trunks” section, select “SMS Trunks”, then “+Add SMS Trunk” > “HTTP” (Fig. 1).


Fig. 1. Adding a new HTTP SMS Trunk.

Step 2. You will be prompted to enter your HTTP SMS Trunk details (Fig. 2).


Fig. 2. HTTP SMS Trunk details window.

  • Trunk name – HTTP SMS Trunk name to identify it on your DIDWW user panel.

  • Host – your HTTP server’s public IP address or domain.

  • Port – your HTTP server used port.

  • HTTP Method – available methods POST, PUT or GET for forwarding of SMS messages.

  • Follow redirect – enables handling of redirect status codes (3xx). Available only with secure SSL transactions.

  • Path, Headers and Request Body – defines the way and path how short messages should be represented on your system. All these parameters could be constructed using available placeholders.


short message content using SMS-to-HTTP forwarding is Base64 encoded due to URL limitation

Step 3. Click “Submit” to complete trunk configuration.