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Robert G.
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Username: Rbgcode

Post Number: 1
Registered: 02-2015
Posted on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 - 01:11 am:   

In short, I bought 5 of the same exact PC, 5 of the same exact modems and sims, they all have the same plan on them. Now this is where it gets odd, 4 of the machines work great, the load balancer delegates everything perfectly but the 5th computer, while it was working for a while has just stopped, and now it sends sms messages just fine, but when I try to send a MMS message I get the following error.

MM1 - got unknown response - HTTP Status: 302 Found

Now I have read through your forums and you always suggest uploading the log file so you can view it, so I am going to delete the log file now, start nowSMS and send an SMS to myself, then a MMS to myself and i will upload that file so that you can see the error.
application/octet-streamthe log file
MMSCDEBUG.LOG (10.0 k)
Des - NowSMS Support
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Username: Desosms

Post Number: 5212
Registered: 08-2008
Posted on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 - 02:03 pm:   

Hi Robert,

I'm guessing that the SIM card is out of credit. It is strange that SMS can still be sent, but the billing system might allow more of a grace period on the SMS side.

MMS messages are posted to the MMSC via HTTP. The log shows that when this is attempted, the AT&T server is redirecting to http://att.mcore.com/px/31LYGBS97A1010NWY95/i.aspx

I am unable to access that link (it is probably only accessible when connected with a device on the AT&T network), but I suspect it is an error page telling you to refill your account. I did a little searching, and while I didn't find any MMS related experience with this page, I did find instance of end users getting redirected to att.mcore.com/px pages on their phone browser when credit runs out.

I'd suggest putting the SIM in a phone and try to browse the internet...that should help verify the issue.

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Des
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