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Re: [Linphone-developers] Windows Phone 8 linphone app

From: Guillaume Beraudo
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] Windows Phone 8 linphone app
Date: Mon, 19 Aug 2013 10:49:18 +0200
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Hi Igor,

We are using a custom voip server, called flexisip.
The scenario that you describe would be possible.
Unfortunately, flexisip has not been released yet.

Guillaume Beraudo

On Thu, Aug 15, 2013 at 10:49:03PM -0700, Igor Babichev wrote:
> Hello,
> I recently discovered, that LinPhone was published for Windows Phone 8, so
> I went ahead and downloaded it. The app itself is amazing, and ability to
> actually receive incoming SIP calls is great, but unfortunately, it only
> works through the linphone's SIP proxy. If I use any other proxy, I'm able
> to use outgoing calls if I configure a different SIP provider, but in that
> case I can only receive incoming calls while the application is running.
> I'm curious, how the Push incoming call notification was implemented? What
> are you guys running on the back-end (is it asterisk)? Or is it some custom
> VoIP proxy?
> It would be really great if linphone would be capable of working as a SIP
> proxy itself, so that linphone user would be able to create linphone
> account and sign in, and also provide SIP settings, that the linphone's
> infrastructure would be registering with at the provided SIP server, and
> when getting an incoming call, would route the Push notification to
> linphone client and connect the call.
> Do you think that's realistic? Would it impact costs of running a SIP proxy?
> Best Regards,
> Igor

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