Thank you very much Federico,
i’ve took a read at your pdf and i’ve clarified my doubts.


> Il giorno 20 set 2016, alle ore 10:37, Federico Cabiddu 
> <federico.cabi...@gmail.com> ha scritto:
> 
> Hi,
> you can achieve this in Kamailio suspending the request's transaction and 
> resuming it later when a REGISTER comes from the callee's device.
> Have a look at my presentation at Kamailio World 2015: 
> http://www.kamailio.org/events/2015-KamailioWorld/Day2/20-Federico.Cabiddu-Kamailio-In-A-Mobile-World.pdf
>  
> <http://www.kamailio.org/events/2015-KamailioWorld/Day2/20-Federico.Cabiddu-Kamailio-In-A-Mobile-World.pdf>.
> There are routing script snippets that should help you understand how to 
> implement this with Kamailio.
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Federico
> 
> On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 6:49 PM, Tiziano Faion <tizi...@e-tip.net 
> <mailto:tizi...@e-tip.net>> wrote:
> Hi everyone.
> I’m developing a ios voip application that uses the new ios10 CallKit 
> function.
> Before iso10 apple supported voip socket, so when an app is started it 
> connects permanently to the sip server.
> Unfortunately , for app compiled against ios10 sdk this method has been 
> removed and all voip application should adopt pushkit.
> I’m actually doing some tests and i’ve decided to use kamailio as sip server.
> my goal actually is that:
> if the user is not registered kamailio launches a script in the server that 
> sends apns to apple server and as soon as the device is registered sends 
> invite command to che client.
> if user is already registered sends directly the invite request to the client.
> does anyone know if there’s something already done / ready to use ? if not 
> can anyone point me to what i need to read to accomplish this action ?
> ( as i said, as it’s only for testing pourpouse i don’t need any particular 
> check about if client is ios or method to get the client token )
> Thanks in advance
> 
> 
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