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01-31-2013 07:42 AM
I have successfully implement Push Notifications service in my application.
But there is one issue that I can not understand is when wi-fi is on I did not get any push notifications.
After disconnecting with wi-fi network, when I connect with BES network I got push notifications again.
So Can anyone please help me to resolve this issue?
01-31-2013 11:09 AM
02-01-2013 11:47 PM - last edited on 02-02-2013 03:15 AM by jakoby4204
02-05-2013 05:43 PM
I think there is not a simple answer to this question sorry.
I can only speak for my experience with older BBOS 5 and older devices. In this case in my experience (and this is something I tested), the BlackBerry device must establish a connection to the BES via wireless before it can talk WiFi. I think the idea was that the device would confirm that it was talking to the real BES and the real BES must confirm the device before it accepted WiFi communication - because the real BES might be being spoofed by something else.
In terms of BES push, I doubt that you will be able to push to a device until it has been authenticated, in which case it will have to have connected via wireless.
Just to summaries, my understand is that a device must connect and aurhenticate on a BES server via wireless (niot WiFi) before it will be treated as a real device. Once aurhnicated it will communicate OK via WiFi until it is rebooted or the BES is rebooted.
So I am not surpriused that your BES devies will not work until they are connnected via wireless.