cloudloop is a contract management and billing platform for the Iridium Satellite network.
Through a self-service web-based management console and an extensive API,
cloudloop can offer extremely competitive rates for Iridium SBD and Telephony plans.
All requests require a token parameter to be provided.
For security purposes, we recommend that you create a new token using User/DoGenerateToken when you first receive your token.
Once generated tokens cannot be recovered; it's therefore very important that you securely retain your token for future invocations.
/Sim/CreateSim - with ICCID of SIM
/Hardware/CreateHardware - with IMEI of Iridium Go! device
/Telephony/CreateSubscriber - with CloudLoop Sim Id (and optional name/reference)
/Telephony/GetPlans - retrieve available plans
/Telephony/DoActivateSubscriber - with CloudLoop Subscriber Id, Hardware Id and Plan NAME
- /Telephony/DoDeactivate - with CloudLoop Subscriber Id
- /Telephony/GetUsage - with CloudLoop Subscriber Id, Year and Month
Review inclusive usage for given period
- /Telephony/GetUsageSummary - with CloudLoop Subscriber Id, Year and Month
Review inclusive usage for any Pooled plans
- /Telephony/GetPoolSummary - with Year and Month
If a contract has changed during the specified period (e.g. suspended/resumed) there will be multiple records returned.
If a Contract has changed (e.g. suspended/resumed) there will be multiple records returned.
A Contract object represents your binding agreement with cloudloop.
All contracts will report a network status parameter.
ACTIVATING - Contract is in the process of being activated
ACTIVATED - Contract is active
DEACTIVATING - Contract is in the process of being deactivated
DEACTIVATED - Contract is deactivated
SUSPENDING - Contract is in the process of being suspended
SUSPENDED - Contract is suspended
RESUMING - Contract is in the process of being resumed
Plans may incur additional fees whilst suspended; please refer to pricing matrix.
When a Subscriber is Suspended; we create a new contract to reflect the suspended period.
This action can be used to change the SIM / Hardware associated to a Subscriber.
It's only possible to reassociate a subscriber if its networkState is INVALID
This endpoint will return the Subscriber identified by the supplied id; or alternatively the subscriber associated to the supplied imei.
This action facilitates replacing the hardware associated with a subscriber. Typically this is used for replacing faulty hardware whilst retaining the same contract.
Existing Access Token
Generating a new Access Token will immediately invalidate your existing token.