How to Import Bandwidth Numbers to your account

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PreReqs

Description
accountId This ID is associated with your Bandwidth Dashboard account. Note: If you don’t know your Provider Account ID, please open a ticket with our support group.
userName This is your user name used to log into the Bandwidth Dashboard.
password This is your password used to log into the Bandwidth Dashboard.
userId This is the user id associated with your application platform account
token This is the api token associated with your application platform account
secret This is the api secret associated with your application platform account
applicationId This is the application platform applicationId to assign the imported numbers.

Step 1 Import Number - Using the Bandwidth Communication API

Import numbers with the applicationId

Parameter DESCRIPTION Mandatory
Number Dashboard Phone Number being imported. E.164 format. Yes
applicationId HTTP Application you want the phone number to be registered to for inbound messages. Yes
providerName Always use this provider “bandwidth-dashboard” Yes
accountId This ID is associated with your Bandwidth Dashboard account. Note: If you don’t know your Provider Account ID, please open a ticket with our support group. Yes
userName This is your user name used to log into the Bandwidth Dashboard. Yes
password This is your password used to log into the Bandwidth Dashboard. Yes

Example: Import Numbers (One at a time)

You'll need to repeat this process for EVERY number that will be imported to the application platform from the Bandwidth Dashboard.

POST to https://api.catapult.inetwork.com/v1/users/{{UserId}}/phoneNumbers

{
  "number": "+14352154439",
  "applicationId":"{{applicationId}}",
  "name" : "text messaging TN",
  "provider": {
    "providerName": "bandwidth-dashboard",
    "properties": {
      "accountId": "9999999",
      "userName": "wileCoyote",
      "password": "catchThatBird"
    }
  }
}

Example Respone: 201 - Created

The numberId is returned in the Location Header.

201 Created
Location:
https://api.catapult.inetwork.com/v1/users/{{UserId}}/phoneNumbers/n-id3x6rblp4jrkih2u7zxjdy

Step 2 Send Message - Using the Bandwidth Communication API

To send a message with your imported number, use the /messaging capabilities as normal.

Example: Send New Message

POST to https://api.catapult.inetwork.com/v1/users/{userId}/messages

{
    "from": "14352154439",
    "to": "{toNumber}",
    "text": "Good morning, this is a test message"
}

Example Respone: 201 - Created

The messageId is returned in the Location Header.

201 Created
Location:
https://api.catapult.inetwork.com/v1/users/{{UserId}}/messages/m-id3x6rblp4jrkih2u7zxjdy

Step 3 Incoming Messages - Using the Bandwidth Communication API

Bandwith will send you either a GET or POST HTTP Callback based on your application configuration in Step 3.

Example GET Callback

All the relevant fields are passed as query parameters

GET http://[External server URL]

/{callbackUrl}?
  messageId=m-asdf&
  from=%2B19191231111&
  eventType=sms&
  text=test&
  time=2016-12-01T16:04:49Z&
  to=%2B14352154439&
  state=received&
  applicationId=a-yr3jpxasdfh5xh5e35saoi&
  direction=in&
  messageUri=https%3A%2F%2Fapi.catapult.inetwork.com%2Fv1%2Fusers%2Fu-123%2Fmessages%2Fm-asdf

Example POST Callback

POST http://[External server URL]

{
   "eventType":"sms",
   "direction":"in",
   "messageId": "{messageId}",
   "messageUri": "https://api.catapult.inetwork.com/v1/users/{userId}/messages/{messageId}",
   "from":"+13233326955",
   "to":"+14352154439",
   "text":"Example",
   "applicationId":"{appId}",
   "time":"2012-11-14T16:13:06.076Z",
   "state":"received"
}

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