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==Summary==
 
==Summary==
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RUT routers have an extensive amount of various SMS control utilities. SMS Utilities can be used to set/get configurations, monitor and issue commands to the router.
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RUT routers have an extensive amount of various SMS control utilities.  
 
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SMS Utilities can be used to set/get configurations, monitor and issue commands to the router.
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==SMS Utilities==
 
==SMS Utilities==
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===Execution===
 
===Execution===
 
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To execute a rule, just send an SMS message to the router‘s SIM card number with the rule's SMS Text, e.g., if you send a message with the text '''“reboot”''', the router will reboot provided the selected Authorization method is '''“No authorization”'''. However, if there is an Authorization method present you will need to include the '''“Authorization key”''' in the text message. This '''“Authorization key”''' depends on  the chosen '''Authorization method''', i.e., if the method is '''“By serial”''', the '''“Authorization key”''' is the router’s serial number, if the method is '''“By router admin password”''', the '''“Authorization key”''' is the router’s admin password. The '''"Authorization key”''' must precede the activation text and they must be separated by a space symbol. For example, if the chosen Authorization method is '''“By router admin password”''' and the password is '''“admin01”''', the entire message should look like this: '''“admin01 reboot”'''. The same applies to '''“By serial”''' authorization.
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To execute a rule, just send an SMS message to the router‘s SIM card number with the rule's SMS Text,  
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e.g., if you send a message with the text '''“reboot”''', the router will reboot provided the  
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selected Authorization method is '''“No authorization”'''. However, if there is an Authorization  
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method present you will need to include the '''“Authorization key”''' in the text message.  
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This '''“Authorization key”''' depends on  the chosen '''Authorization method''', i.e., if  
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the method is '''“By serial”''', the '''“Authorization key”''' is the router’s serial number,  
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if the method is '''“By router admin password”''', the '''“Authorization key”''' is the router’s  
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admin password. The '''"Authorization key”''' must precede the activation text and they must be  
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separated by a space symbol. For example, if the chosen Authorization method is '''“By router admin  
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password”''' and the password is '''“admin01”''', the entire message should look like this:  
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'''“admin01 reboot”'''. The same applies to '''“By serial”''' authorization.
    
Here are a few examples of how certain rules can be executed with various Authorization methods:
 
Here are a few examples of how certain rules can be executed with various Authorization methods:
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===Rule Overview and editing===
 
===Rule Overview and editing===
 
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Every SMS rule can be edited to your liking. If none of the rules suit your purposes, just click the '''Edit''' button next to any SMS Utilities rules. This section will contain information on editing every signle SMS Utilities rule.
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Every SMS rule can be edited to your liking. If none of the rules suit your purposes,  
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just click the '''Edit''' button next to any SMS Utilities rules.  
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This section will contain information on editing every single SMS Utilities rule.
    
====Reboot====
 
====Reboot====
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