[SR-Users] IOS 10 and SIP

Federico Cabiddu federico.cabiddu at gmail.com
Fri Jun 30 14:31:28 CEST 2017

good news: you can easily handle this scenario with Kamailio!
If you want to have an overall view of VoIP&Push&Kamailio you can have a
look at this speech I gave at Kamailio World 2015: https://www.youtube.com/
And the slides: https://www.kamailio.org/events/2015-KamailioWorld/



On Fri, Jun 30, 2017 at 2:07 PM, Kjeld Flarup <kfc at viptel.dk> wrote:

> Rumours is that Apple no longer accepts apps which can do persistent
> connections in the background.
> To my best knowledge that means that IOS no longer supports SIP incoming
> calls.
> The app should now use Push Notifications, but SIP does not support this.
> Anybody faced this problem?
> Is the solution to call an external program when processing an Invite?
> This leaves some issues.
> 1. Should we wait some seconds before proceeding or wait until the Push
> notification has been processed, to give the app time to register.
> We cannot start to send invites, before we have a correct registration. An
> old registration may change ports when the app wakes up and makes a new
> register via NAT.
> 2. How do we know, if a given user should have a push notification?
> 3. Which information do we need to be able to send the push notification?
> 4. Does this give a penalty to Android users, because we have to wait for
> IOS?
> --
> Med venlig hilsen / Best regards
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