Connectivity management events
Learn about events generated by Transatel connectivity management system
The connectivity management system generates events related to your subscribers lifecycle. If your offer includes IoT specificities, additional events may be emitted. They can then be pushed to your platform by creating webhooks using the Webhooks API. Integrating those events can allow you to trigger any necessary logic, for example send end-user notifications or facilitate your workflows.
To discover how to integrate connectivity management events, please refer to our integration guide.
Source information in events
All connectivity management events provide information about the source system which triggered the event as well as the user login accountable for the event.
createdBy information can be one of the following:
|api||<your api login>||The event has been triggered by a request submitted via API|
|webtool||<your user login>||The event has been triggered by a request submitted in SIM management portal|
|ftp||ftp_user||The event has been triggered by a request submitted via file on FTP server|
|system||system||The event has been triggered by TSL platform|
⚠️ Please be aware that in the below diagrams, we removed the event prefix CONNECTIVITY-MANAGEMENT/ in order to improve readability.
Events on subscribers
Events emitted during the life of a subscriber
Events on IoT subscribers
Events non-related to subscriber's lifecycle
Other events may occur for activated subscribers until their termination:
|Non lifecycle events||DESCRIPTION|
|CONNECTIVITY-MANAGEMENT/SUBSCRIBER/MODIFIED||Changes in subscriber's options or contact information|
|CONNECTIVITY-MANAGEMENT/SUBSCRIBER/SIMCARD/SWAPPED||SIM card swap|
Below is the list of all available subscriber events.
Subscriber pre-activation event
|Event type definition||CONNECTIVITY-MANAGEMENT/SUBSCRIBER/PREACTIVATED|
Subscriber activation event
|Event type definition||CONNECTIVITY-MANAGEMENT/SUBSCRIBER/ACTIVATED|
Subscriber modification event
|Event type definition||CONNECTIVITY-MANAGEMENT/SUBSCRIBER/MODIFIED|
Subscriber suspension event
|Event type definition||CONNECTIVITY-MANAGEMENT/SUBSCRIBER/SUSPENDED|
Subscriber reactivation event
This event informs that a previously suspended subscriber has been reactivated.
|Event type definition||CONNECTIVITY-MANAGEMENT/SUBSCRIBER/REACTIVATED|
Subscriber SIM card swap event
|Event type definition||CONNECTIVITY-MANAGEMENT/SUBSCRIBER/SIMCARD/SWAPPED|
Subscriber MSISDN swap event
|Event type definition||CONNECTIVITY-MANAGEMENT/SUBSCRIBER/MSISDN/SWAPPED|
Subscriber terminated event
|Event type definition||CONNECTIVITY-MANAGEMENT/SUBSCRIBER/MSISDN/TERMINATED|
IoT subscribers events
Subscriber enter tariff holiday event
This event informs that a subscriber has entered a tariff holiday period. Tariff holiday periods always begin at the beginning of bill cycles, which are defined to the 1st day of the month. Thus, this event is to be expected the 1st of each month if the subscriber has been requested to enter holiday period during the previous month.
|Event type definition||CONNECTIVITY-MANAGEMENT/SUBSCRIBER/HOLIDAY/ENTERED|
Subscriber exit tariff holiday event
This event informs that a subscriber has exited a tariff holiday period. The exit can be caused by an explicit request, or because there's no more remaining days allowed for the tariff holiday period.
|Event type definition||CONNECTIVITY-MANAGEMENT/SUBSCRIBER/HOLIDAY/EXITED|
|Applicable for||Subscriber in |
Subscriber exit test mode event
This event informs that a subscriber has exited the test mode. The exit can be caused by an explicit request, or because either its network usage has crossed the allowed threshold or the test mode period is over.
|Event type definition||CONNECTIVITY-MANAGEMENT/SUBSCRIBER/TEST_MODE/EXITED|
|Applicable for||Subscriber in |