Handsets can handle both push (via email/Short-mail/server-connected
i-appli) and pull (via the browser and i-appli) contents.
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Jason Pollard wrote:
> --- Renfield Kuroda <Renfield.Kuroda_at_morganstanley.com> wrote:
> > No. The i-mode gateway does the HTTP communication with the
> > internet/contents servers, so you'll see IP addressses from DoCoMo
> > servers on your content server access logs. Then the i-mode gateway
> > servers communicate to handsets via a proprietary air-packet protocol of
> > PDC-P.
> Does this mean that handset apps are limited to a 'pull' only type of
> operations, like a web browser?
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