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).

Configuration options are:

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

  • Host – your HTTP server’ 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.


Fig. 2. HTTP SMS Trunk details window.


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

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