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Request for Spectralink OAI Protocol Specification

Request for Spectralink OAI Protocol Specification

(OP)
We have a Spectralink Gateway and MH160 phones that receive text messages sent from this gateway. Ages ago, I had the specs on the OAI Protocol for setting up this communication and I can no longer find that documentation. I contacted an old email address that I had, oai@spectralink.com, and haven't received a response. The specification is open source.

Does anyone have the documentation on the Spectralink OAI Protocol?
The text message protocol is a simple stream of TCP/IP packets.

Any suggestions or help would be appreciated.

-Claudia

P.S. I have captured some of the packet data that is sent to the Spectralink Gateway from a 3rd party application. Worst case scenario is that I will attempt to reverse engineer it. Below is a sample of the communication.
(s) 3rd-party send request
(r) Spectralink GW's response

s 0203C5
r 0281CB
s 0203C5
r 0A84014D008886
s 180400EE0104310515051505203D
r 0A8400EE00808F
s 2A0800EE1000MESSAGE - Test - Please Ignore 23
r 0A8400EE008695
r 0A8400C8008484
s 0203C5
.....

RE: Request for Spectralink OAI Protocol Specification

Have you tried asking on their forum LINK

RE: Request for Spectralink OAI Protocol Specification

OAI Software Development Program
Specifics
The OAI Protocol Specification Document
The OAI Specification Docu
ment is available at no cost in
return for a brief description
of the Vendor company and interest in Spect
raLink text messaging and external system
integrations. To obtain the current OA
I Specification Document send request to
oai@spectralink.com
.
NOTE: Use of the OAI and access to the OAI
Specification Document is subject to
Vendor executing a li
cense agreement.
Handset Simulation Software
OAIsim
is a software utility that allows a de
veloper to test app
lication processes and
functions prior to testing on
actual SpectraLink hardware.
OAIsim
takes applic
ation input
from either the keyboard or an external appl
ication. Inputs are processed and the results
are displayed on the simulated SpectraLink
Wireless Telephone and in various status
windows. With the simulator program, th
e developer can test OAI messages and the
corresponding reactions of
the complete system.
OAIsim
is for development purposes
only and does not replace actual SpectraLi
nk hardware system testing. SpectraLink
offers this software program designed to simulate all generally available SpectraLink
handsets and includes one hour of free em
ail or phone support from a SpectraLink
resource with expert knowledge of the
OAI protocol. To place and order for
OAIsim
software contact
oai@spectralink.com
.
NOTE: Use of OAIsim is subject to ex
ecuting a software license agreement.
OAIsim
software on CD - $250.00 (includes
one hour OAI Protocol General
Development Support)

Full version HERE

RE: Request for Spectralink OAI Protocol Specification

(OP)
Wonderful - thank you for directing me to that forum!

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