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Re: [Linphone-developers] linphone ios9

From: Gautier Pelloux-Prayer
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] linphone ios9
Date: Mon, 14 Sep 2015 10:27:17 +0200


Indeed, iOS9 is deprecating this API and we have to find a workaround / another 
way for keep alives.

We have not yet starting working on that but it's in our todolist. I will let 
know you when we got something around this.

Thanks for notifiying us!

Gautier Pelloux-Prayer
Software Engineer @ Belledonne Communications

> On 11 Sep 2015, at 11:39, Devel Rd <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi All, I'm using Linphone for iOS devices with SIP over TCP.
> So far, there's no problem and it works well, I mean till iOS 8.4.x
> Right now I'd to support new iOS9 but reading the new iOS 9 API, I saw that 
> setKeepAliveTimeout:handler: has been deprecated.
> Up to now, as far as I know, this was the only way that a VoIP SIP app on iOS 
> could maintain its registration with the SIP-server.
> Please try to image a scenario in which the app is in the local LAN without 
> Internet connection, there's no way to refresh the SIP register stored into 
> SIP server hence the app cannot be woken up anymore.
> I think even if you have an Internet connection, the app won't able to 
> refresh its register to the SIP proxy, and I'm wondering how the SIP proxy 
> can forward the INVITE to the app? 
> This technique is used by various apps like your Linphone and others.....
> Apple says to use The UIRemoteNotificationTypeVoIP, but in my opinion it's 
> not useful....due to wake-up time, and so on...
> I'm wondering what you are going to do and how can we solve this issue?
> Would you mind share your opinion with me, please?
> Thanks in advance
> RD
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