[Freeswitch-dev] Freeswitch and Google PUSH (C2DM)
kris at kriskinc.com
Tue Jul 5 22:20:58 MSD 2011
Whether it's C2DM or APNS (Apple) this functionality is best left
out of FreeSWITCH. FreeSWITCH has plenty of other existing means
(XML_CURL, socket, etc) to drive dynamic call functionality and
interact with other technologies.
How do you ask? An imcoming call to FreeSWITCH could hit static
dialplan and execute a socket connection to some other custom server.
This server could tell FreeSWITCH to do something (play media,
ringback, messages, whatever) while it sends a PUSH (via C2DM or APNS,
One could implement such a socket program easily. It can be
extended and maintained separately as new push technologies become
On Mon, Jul 4, 2011 at 7:48 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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