Bit6 uses Apple Push Notification Service to deliver messages and incoming call notifications.
Go to Apple Developer Center
- If you haven’t registered an App ID yet, click the
+symbol and fill out the form, making sure to check the Push Notifications checkbox. Enter all required data and complete the app creation
Locate your application in the list
When you expand the application, you will see two settings for push notifications with yellow or green status icons:
You will need to generate certificates for both
Production APNS environments, and also a
VoIP Services certificate. Repeat the steps below for each of them.
Create Certificatein one of the sections.
You will see the
Add iOS Certificateassistant. Follow the instructions and then click
Using the Certificate Signing Request that was just created, generate the APNS Push Certificate.
Once the Download button appears, you are ready to download. You may need to reload the page for this to update. Download the newly created certificate:
Open the downloaded certificate. This will load it into
Keychain Accessapp on your Mac.
Keychain Accessyour certificate should be shown in
You’re almost there. The next step is to export the certificate as a .p12 file.
Keychain Access right-click on the certificate that was just added and choose
The same can be done by selecting the certificate and clicking File -> Export Items... in the menu bar.
When saving the file, use the
Personal Information Exchange (.p12) format.
Select your app in the Dashboard.
Settings in the left menu, then go to
Push Notifications tab.
Drag and drop your .p12 file into the appropriate panel -
APNS Production or
APNS VoIP - and click