Settings menu

The Settings menu provides the following pages which enable you to view package information, create alerts, generate reports and define device models:

SIM Packages page

The SIM packages page lists all of the packages associated with this account, and enables you to view and edit package information.

Search

Use Show to filter the packages to display: Select All, Active, Suspended, Legacy, Unsigned.

Select Search to update the records in the results table.

Results

Select the export to PDF (), export to CSV () or print () buttons to export or print the information displayed on the page.

The following table describes the columns displayed for the SIM Audit Log records.

Field Description

Package ID

Unique identifier for the package.

Package Name

Name of the package which typically contains information about the package items.

Status

The status of the package: 

  • Active
  • Suspended
  • Unsigned
  • Legacy
No. of SIMs

The number of SIMs assigned to the package.

Actions

– edit package details (friendly name, status)

– download service contracts.

Alert Profiles page

The Alert profiles page enables you to send alerts, or suspend SIMs when Financial, Data, Messaging, Voice or Device limits are reached.

Select the export to PDF (), export to CSV () or print () buttons to export or print the information displayed on the page.

The following table describes the fields on the alert profile page.

Field Description

Profile Name

Unique name for the alert profile.

Default

If a profile is set as the Default, this indicates that all new SIMs are assigned to this profile unless otherwise specified.

No. of Devices

The number of devices using this alert profile.

Action

edit the alert profile.

– delete the alert profile.

Add New Alert Profile

Select to add a new alert profile.

Add/Edit alert profile dialog

To display the Alert Profile dialog, add or edit an alert profile.

The following table describes the fields on the Alert Profile dialog.

Field Description

Name

 

Profile Name

Unique name for the alert profile.

Default Profile

If a profile is set as the Default, this indicates that all new SIMs are assigned to this profile unless otherwise specified.

Financial Alerts

Define up to three levels of financial alerts that are triggered when the SIM charges for the current billing period exceed the overage thresholds defined (below) for each level.

Enable

For each alert level, select one of the following:

  • Not used – do not alert users when SIM exceeds the configured alert level threshold.
  • Alert – sends an email to every user assigned to the package for the SIM that exceeded the alert level threshold.
  • Suspend – suspends the SIM that has exceeded the the alert level threshold.
Value of Overage per month

For each alert level, specify a value for the amount over the agreed monthly cost of the bundle that will trigger an alert.

The values for alert level 1 must be lower than alert level 2, which must be lower than alert level 3.

You must not include the currency icon in the value.

Data Alerts Define up to three levels of data alerts that are triggered when the data usage for the SIM in the current billing period exceeds the thresholds defined (below) for each level.
Enable

For each alert level, select one of the following:

  • Not used – do not alert users when SIM exceeds the configured alert level threshold.
  • Alert – sends an email to every user assigned to the package for the SIM that exceeded the alert level threshold.
  • Suspend – suspends the SIM that has exceeded the the alert level threshold.
Value

For each alert level, specify the value and units for the amount of data used in the current billing period that will trigger an alert. The units can be bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, gigabytes or expressed as a percentage of the data usage defined in the bundle.

The values for alert level 1 must be lower than alert level 2, which must be lower than alert level 3.

Messaging Alerts

Define up to three levels of messaging alerts that are triggered when the number of SMS messages sent in the current billing period exceeds the thresholds defined (below) for each level.

Enable

For each alert level, select one of the following:

  • Not used – do not alert users when SIM exceeds the configured alert level threshold.
  • Alert – sends an email to every user assigned to the package for the SIM that exceeded the alert level threshold.
  • Suspend – suspends the SIM that has exceeded the the alert level threshold.
Messages per month

For each alert level, specify the number of SMS messages sent in the current billing period that will trigger an alert.

The values for alert level 1 must be lower than alert level 2, which must be lower than alert level 3.

Voice Alerts Define up to three levels of voice alerts that are triggered when total duration of all calls in the current billing period exceeds the thresholds defined (below) for each level.
Enable

For each alert level, select one of the following:

  • Not used – do not alert users when SIM exceeds the configured alert level threshold.
  • Alert – sends an email to every user assigned to the package for the SIM that exceeded the alert level threshold.
  • Suspend – suspends the SIM that has exceeded the the alert level threshold.
Calls per month

For each alert level, specify the total duration of calls (in seconds, minutes or hours) in the current billing period that will trigger an alert.

The values for alert level 1 must be lower than alert level 2, which must be lower than alert level 3.

Device Alerts

Trigger a device alert when the SIM is being used by an IMEI for which it is not registered.

IMEI Alert

Select one of the following:

  • Not used – do not use device alerts.
  • Alert – sends an email to every user assigned to the package for the SIM when there is an IMEI mismatch.
  • Suspend – suspends the SIM when there is an IMEI mismatch.
Save Select to save the changes to the alerts.

Device Models page

The Device Models page defines devices that you assign to SIMs on the SIM Settings page.

Select the export to PDF (), export to CSV () or print () buttons to export or print the information displayed on the page.

The following table describes the fields on the Device Models page.

Field Description

Profile Name

Unique name for the device profile.

Default

If a profile is set as the Default, this indicates that all new SIMs are assigned to this profile unless otherwise specified.

No. of Devices

The number of SIMs assigned to this device model. You assign SIM to devices on the SIM Settings page.

Action

– edit the Device Name and Default values..

– delete the device model.

Add New Device Model Select to add a new device model.

Reporting Profile page

The Reporting Profile page defines report profiles that you assign to SIMs on the SIM Settings page.

Select the export to PDF (), export to CSV () or print () buttons to export or print the information displayed on the page.

The following table describes the fields on the Reporting Profile page.

Field Description

Profile Name

Unique name for the report profile.

Default

If a profile is set as the Default, this indicates that all new SIMs are assigned to this profile unless otherwise specified.

No. of Devices

The number of SIMs assigned to this reporting profile. You assign SIMs to devices on the SIM Settings page.

Action

– edit the report profile.

– delete the reporting profile.

Add New Report Profile Select to display the Add Report Profile dialog (below) where you add a new report profile.

Add/Edit report profile dialog

The Add/Edit Report Profile dialog is where you can add a new report profile or edit existing report profiles.

The following table describes the fields on the Add/Edit Report Profile dialog.

Field Description

Profile Name

Unique name for the report profile.

Default

If a profile is set as the Default, this indicates that all new SIMs are assigned to this profile unless otherwise specified.

SIMs Report

Displays a row for each of the following SIM reports:

  • Estate Report – monthly report that provides a breakdown of individual SIM usage and details, contract terms, network changes, and SIM status, authentication and location information.
  • Group Usage Report – daily, weekly or monthly report that displays data usage across all SIMs.
  • No Data Used Report – weekly or monthly report that displays the ICCID and MSIDSN of active devices that have not used any data in the past month, including the SIM status and where the device was last seen.
  • SIM Audit Report – weekly or monthly report that displays alert triggers on specified SIMs.
  • SIM Location Report – weekly or monthly report that displays the number of devices per country for all SIM cards in your estate.
  • Suspension and Termination Report – daily, weekly or monthly report that displays when a SIM card status was initiated, including all activations, terminations, manual suspensions, and alerted suspensions, by ICCID and MSISDN.
Enable

Select the check box to enable the report.

Interval

Specify whether the report is generated Daily, Weekly or Monthly.
Action

Only displayed when editing the report profile.

Select Run Now to trigger the report.

Save Select the add/edit the reporting profile.

Messaging API page

The Messaging API page configures the sending of MT SMS and receiving of MO SMS messages for this account.

Select the export to PDF (), export to CSV () or print () buttons to export or print the information displayed on the page.

The following table describes the fields on the Messaging API page and Edit Messaging API dialog.

Field Description

API Username

Username used to authenticate messaging API (SMS API) requests.

API Password

Password used to authenticate messaging API (SMS API) requests.

MT Enable

Whether the user is permitted to send MT messages.

MO Enable

Whether the user is permitted to send MO messages.

MO POST URL

The URL to which the AnyNet Messaging Service sends MO SMS messages from SIMs associated with the user.

API MSISDN

The MSISDN to which to send MO SMS messages from IoT devices with AnyNet SIMs. Eseye can assign two API MSISDNs for each MO POST URL.

Eseye provide the MSISDN(s) to use. To request a second API MSISDN for this account, contact customer support.

API Whitelist Enable

Select to enable the API whitelist, which only accepts requests from the IP addresses in the comma-separated list of IP addresses (defined below).

API Whitelist of IP Addresses A comma-separated list of IP addresses that are allowed to send requests to the messaging API (SMS API).
Action

– select to edit the fields above.

Audit Log page

The Settings Audit Log displays a record of every action taken, and change made, to the settings associated with your account.

Select the export to PDF (), export to CSV () or print () buttons to export or print the information displayed on the page.

Search

The search enables you to filter the list of Settings audit log records between a From and To date.

Select the calendar icon () to display a calendar from which you can select the required date.

Results

Search results are displayed in pages with a configurable number of records shown on each page (10, 20, 50, 100 and 500). Use the previous , next , first page and last page buttons to navigate the list of results.

The following table describes the columns displayed for the SIM Audit Log records.

Field Description
Description

Description of the activity or change.

Date The date of the change in the following format YYYY-MM-DD.
User The name of the user that made the change.
Ref

The package identifier on which the user made the change.

Information Detailed description about the change made.