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More and more operators are now blocking the A2P over P2P routes. Do you offer any solutions for this?

Maren_Johannsen
Community Manager
Community Manager

Sinch can offer two solutions for this:

  1. If it is possible for your engineers to separate the traffic (A2P vs P2P) and also add another connection using SMPP or HTTP, then we can setup a dedicated Enterprise SMS hub account for your network.
  2. If the above is not possible, we can work with you to implement our Messaging Proxy 365 solution. Using this, Digital Interconnect will receive all the traffic on your P2P hub account and separate out the A2P traffic using pre-defined logic. We will then route the A2P traffic over to a dedicated Enterprise hub account created for you, whereas your P2P traffic will continue through the P2P hub account as normal.

Please engage with your Sinch Account Manager to discuss which solution would suit you best.

 

Maren Johannsen, Support Account Manager
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Peter_Hummel
Employees

Digital Interconnect can offer two solutions for this:

  1. If it is possible for your engineers to separate the traffic (A2P vs P2P) and also add another connection using SMPP or HTTP, then we can setup a dedicated Enterprise SMS hub account for your network.
  2. If the above is not possible, we can work with you to implement our SMS Messaging Proxy 365 solution. Using this, Digital Interconnect will receive all the traffic on your P2P hub account and separate out the A2P traffic using pre-defined logic. We will then route the A2P traffic over to a dedicated Enterprise hub account created for you, whereas your P2P traffic will continue through the P2P hub account as normal.

Please engage with your Digital Interconnect Account Manager to discuss which solution would suit you best.

For more information about the SMS Messaging Proxy 365 solution click here.