Analisa Teknis Dan Optimasi Aplikasi A2P SMS Berbasis Protokol SMPP V3.4 Pada Sisi ESM

Hakim, Luqman (2016) Analisa Teknis Dan Optimasi Aplikasi A2P SMS Berbasis Protokol SMPP V3.4 Pada Sisi ESM. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Trafik SMS global meningkat seiring bertambahnya permintaan content provider dengan latar belakang yang berbeda-beda untuk mengirimkan pesan singkat dalam jumlah besar dari ke sejumlah jaringan yang tersedia. Short Message Peer-to-Peer (SMPP) merupakan salah satu protokol yang paling sukses digunakan dalam mendukung aplikasi pengiriman SMS Application to Person (A2P) seperti mobile marketing, SMS notifikasi, verifikasi akun dan sebagainya. SMPP hanya dapat digunakan untuk mengirim pesan secara tidak langsung ke operator, yakni dengan melalui perantara SMSC (Short Message Service Center), sehingga ESME (External Short Messaging Entity) tidak memiliki kontrol secara penuh terhadap pesan yang dikirim. Tantangan dari ESME adalah tidak hanya memastikan bahwa pesan sampai ke penerima, tetapi juga durasi yang diperlukan hingga pesan terkirim dan kondisi dari pesan yang sampai di penerima. Oleh sebab itu optimasi pada sisi ESME dilakukan melalui analisa hasil technical testing untuk mengeliminasi risiko kegagalan pengiriman pada sisi client dan memperoleh pengetahuan akan adanya restriksi oleh jaringan dibelakanng server sesuai sehingga blocking dan filtering oleh operator dapat diantisipasi. Analisa teknis bertujuan untuk memprediksi kesalahan-kesalahan teknis yang dapat terjadi pada sisi server dan menentukan kriteria rute SMPP terbaik dari segi kualitas dan efisiensi. Efisiensi rute SMPP diukur berdasarkan fitur-fitur apa saja yang didukung yang juga sesuai dengan jenis trafik yang dikirim dan regulasi dari jaringan tujuan. ======================================================================================================================== Global SMS traffic increases as the request from content providers with variety of backgrounds to send their subscribers their bulk short messages traffic arises. Short Message Peer-to-Peer (SMPP) is the most commonly used protocol for short message exchange, mainly in bulk including Application to Person (A2P) SMS such as mobile marketing, SMS notification, account verification etc. In short message network, SMS can only be used to exchange short messages with its directly connected servers, meaning that it cannot reach directly the operator where the subscribers are located. External Short Messaging Entity (ESME) doesn’t have any control to the message once it’s submitted to Short Message Service Center (SMSC). Thus limiting ESME to know what exactly happens in case the message is undelivered. The challenge of an ESME is not only to get the messages successfully delivered, but also to consider the delivery time for each message until the message is sent and maintain the content sent from being replaced or changed before the message is received by the recipient. ESME-side optimization can eliminate the likely cause of un-delivery by performing technical testing to earn knowledge of networks scenario where restriction and filtering mechanisms are applied to. Technical Analysis becomes the key to decide which routes are working most efficient based on the features supported and their ability to serve various traffic and adapt to strict regulations ruled by Mobile Network Operators.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: RSE 004.62 Hak a
Uncontrolled Keywords: SMS, Trafik A2P, Short Message Peer-to-Peer, ESME, SMSC
Subjects: T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering > TK5105.585 TCP/IP (Computer network protocol)
Divisions: Faculty of Electrical Technology > Electrical Engineering > 20201-(S1) Undergraduate Thesis
Depositing User: ansi aflacha
Date Deposited: 09 Jan 2020 04:09
Last Modified: 09 Jan 2020 04:09
URI: https://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/72619

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