[Freeswitch-dev] Freeswitch and Google PUSH (C2DM)
anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Tue Jul 5 22:18:59 MSD 2011
it would certainly be worth trying, you can use generated indications
to give the caller ringing or other feedback while you do it.
On Mon, Jul 4, 2011 at 6:48 AM, Nacho <leucaruth at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all.
> My name is Jose. This is my first post here. I joined the list because I was
> wondering about developing a feature for Freeswitch and I would like to know
> your opinion.
> The idea is about making a non-persistent client for cell phones that works
> with PUSH technology (C2DM and Android for example). These clients wouldn't
> be connected to the Freeswitch server at first, but if there is an incoming
> call, the Freeswitch server would send a PUSH message to these clients, the
> client would process it and, if accepted by the user, the client would
> awake, connect to Freeswitch and then receive the the call invite message
> and accept it automatically.
> I don't know if this idea is plausible due to the real time restrictions we
> have to face in phone calls. If the delay introduced by C2DM delivery is
> high, the waiting time for the caller is probably something that he isn't
> willing to accept in order to get his call answered.
> Another question is about the battery life time it would save because the
> application woulnd't need to be answering the "still alive" ACKS from
> I'm new in freeswitch developing and still learning about it, but I'm really
> interested in this, so any help would be kindly appreciated.
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