The Bria Push Service uses push notifications to support inbound calls when Bria Teams is in the background, Bria Teams is not active, or your device is locked. Push notifications are messages reliably delivered from a cloud-based messaging service to your device.
Some iOS operating systems stop Bria Teams from running in the background in order to conserve battery. To continue to receive calls, the Bria Push Service maintains your SIP registration even when Bria Teams is not running.
Your Team Voice account is push enabled. There are no push settings for your Team Voice account.
If the Primary Member of your team set up an additional SIP account, this information applies to the additional SIP account.
A complete reference to the settings and device/server requirements can be found here:
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Clients should automatically route to the correct nearest regional server, but we recommend ensuring that ALL addresses are accessible in case of travelling users, etc.
Please also note that IP addresses may change in the future; if you manually configure your firewall/etc. for these addresses and experience issues in the future, please revisit this page to find the latest information.
- Only IPv4 SIP servers are currently supported for calls involving the push server. The Bria mobile client will support IPv6-only networks utilizing DNS64/NAT64 when communicating with IPv4 SIP servers.