NodeJS SDK

Official HLR Lookups SDK for NodeJS. Live mobile phone connectivity and portability data from network operators directly.

HLR Lookups SDK for NodeJS v2.0.0
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npm install node-hlr-client

README.md


HLR Lookups SDK (NodeJS)

Official HLR Lookup API SDK for NodeJS by www.hlr-lookups.com. Obtain live mobile phone connectivity and portability data from network operators directly.

This SDK implements the REST API documented at https://www.hlr-lookups.com/en/api-docs and includes an HLR API (live connectivity), NT API (number types), as well as an MNP API (mobile number portability).

For SDKs in different programming languages, see https://www.hlr-lookups.com/en/api-docs#sdks

Requirements

  • NodeJS >= 10.14.0
  • axios >= 0.19.2

Installation with npm

npm install node-hlr-client

Usage Client

require('node-hlr-client');

const client = new HlrLookupClient(
    'YOUR-API-KEY',
    'YOUR-API-SECRET'
);

Get your API key and secret here.

Examples

Test Authentication (https://www.hlr-lookups.com/en/api-docs#get-auth-test)

Performs an authenticated request against the GET /auth-test endpoint. A status code of 200 indicates that you were able to authenticate using you API credentials.

client.get('/auth-test', 
    null,
    function (response) {

        console.log(response.status);
        console.log(response.data);

        if (response.status === 200) {
            // authentication was successful
        }

    }
);

Get your API key and secret here.

Submitting an HLR Lookup (HLR API Docs)

client.post('/hlr-lookup',
    {
        msisdn: '+905536939460'
    },
    function(response) {

        // The API returns an HTTP status code of 200 if the request was successfully processed. Let's have a look.
        console.log('HLR Lookup Status Code', response.status);
        console.log('HLR Lookup Response Body', response.data);

        if (response.status !== 200) {
            console.log('Received non-OK status code from server.');
            return;
        }

        let data = response.data;
        // do something with the data

    }
);

The HLR API Response Object:

{
   "id":"f94ef092cb53",
   "msisdn":"+14156226819",
   "connectivity_status":"CONNECTED",
   "mccmnc":"310260",
   "mcc":"310",
   "mnc":"260",
   "imsi":"***************",
   "msin":"**********",
   "msc":"************",
   "original_network_name":"Verizon Wireless",
   "original_country_name":"United States",
   "original_country_code":"US",
   "original_country_prefix":"+1",
   "is_ported":true,
   "ported_network_name":"T-Mobile US",
   "ported_country_name":"United States",
   "ported_country_code":"US",
   "ported_country_prefix":"+1",
   "is_roaming":false,
   "roaming_network_name":null,
   "roaming_country_name":null,
   "roaming_country_code":null,
   "roaming_country_prefix":null,
   "cost":"0.0100",
   "timestamp":"2020-08-07 19:16:17.676+0300",
   "storage":"SYNC-API-2020-08",
   "route":"IP1",
   "processing_status":"COMPLETED",
   "error_code":null,
   "data_source":"LIVE_HLR"
}

A detailed documentation of the attributes and connectivity statuses in the HLR API response is here.

Submitting a Number Type (NT) Lookup (NT API Docs)

client.post('/nt-lookup',
    {
        number: '+4989702626'
    },
    function(response) {

        // The API returns an HTTP status code of 200 if the request was successfully processed. Let's have a look.
        console.log('NT Lookup Status Code', response.status);
        console.log('NT Lookup Response Body', response.data);

        if (response.status !== 200) {
            console.log('Received non-OK status code from server.');
            return;
        }

        let data = response.data;
        // do something with the data

    }
);

The NT API Response Object:

{
     "id":"2ed0788379c6",
     "number":"+4989702626",
     "number_type":"LANDLINE",
     "query_status":"OK",
     "is_valid":true,
     "invalid_reason":null,
     "is_possibly_ported":false,
     "is_vanity_number":false,
     "qualifies_for_hlr_lookup":false,
     "mccmnc":null,
     "mcc":null,
     "mnc":null,
     "original_network_name":null,
     "original_country_name":"Germany",
     "original_country_code":"DE",
     "regions":[
        "Munich"
     ],
     "timezones":[
        "Europe/Berlin"
     ],
     "info_text":"This is a landline number.",
     "cost":"0.0050",
     "timestamp":"2015-12-04 10:36:41.866283+00",
     "storage":"SYNC-API-NT-2015-12",
     "route":"LC1"
}

A detailed documentation of the attributes and connectivity statuses in the NT API response is here.

Submitting an MNP Lookup (Mobile Number Portability) (MNP API Docs)

client.post('/mnp-lookup',
    {
        msisdn: '+14156226819'
    },
    function(response) {

        // The API returns an HTTP status code of 200 if the request was successfully processed. Let's have a look.
        console.log('MNP Lookup Status Code', response.status);
        console.log('MNP Lookup Response Body', response.data);

        if (response.status !== 200) {
            console.log('Received non-OK status code from server.');
            return;
        }

        let data = response.data;
        // do something with the data

    }
);

The MNP API Response Object:

{
   "id":"e428acb1c0ae",
   "msisdn":"+14156226819",
   "query_status":"OK",
   "mccmnc":"310260",
   "mcc":"310",
   "mnc":"260",
   "is_ported":true,
   "original_network_name":"Verizon Wireless:6006 - SVR/2",
   "original_country_name":"United States",
   "original_country_code":"US",
   "original_country_prefix":"+1415",
   "ported_network_name":"T-Mobile US:6529 - SVR/2",
   "ported_country_name":"United States",
   "ported_country_code":"US",
   "ported_country_prefix":"+1",
   "extra":"LRN:4154250000",
   "cost":"0.0050",
   "timestamp":"2020-08-05 21:21:33.490+0300",
   "storage":"WEB-CLIENT-SOLO-MNP-2020-08",
   "route":"PTX",
   "error_code":null
}

A detailed documentation of the attributes and connectivity statuses in the MNP API response is here.

API Documentation

Please inspect https://www.hlr-lookups.com/en/api-docs for detailed API documentation or email us at service@hlr-lookups.com.

Support and Feedback

We appreciate your feedback! If you have specific problems or bugs with this SDK, please file an issue on Github. For general feedback and support requests, email us at service@hlr-lookups.com.

Contributing

  1. Fork it ( https://github.com/vmgltd/hlr-lookup-api-nodejs-sdk/fork )
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create a new Pull Request
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