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How to Detect Split Horizon DNS from a Single Device

I'm building an iOS app that uses Bonjour for device discovery on the same WiFi network. It works fine on some networks, but not on others (like Starbucks or Panera). The devices see themselves, but ...
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OSX: Excessive NXDOMAIN response for dns-sd queries

I'm primarily in a OSX environment and I'm seeing a large number of NXDOMAIN responses from our internal DNS servers. The queries that trigger these responses are what I believe to be mDNS/Bonjour ...
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Protocol (or service publish/discovery) to detect devices in network

we connect some embedded devices in a network. What i am looking for now, is a way to find the devices IP and identify them. We work with Windows PC´s and i am about to write a C# tool that should do ...
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zeroconf (bonjour) assign ip adresses (.NET)

i am on windows and i want to write a tool in .NET that gives IP´s (with zeroconf) to embedded devices in a network. I am familiar with programming but new to zeroconf, networking. So i wondered, ...
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Wide Area Bonjour using DNS SRV Records

Running Apple's Lion Server (10.7.3). I am trying to get VPN clients (clients on another subnet) to see the server's Apple File share. I know that Bonjour doesn't route over a VPN or subnet, so I am ...
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Windows Server 2008 R2 not properly forwarding dns-sd records. Why?

I've recently been trying to set up unicast DNS-SD to make printing easier for our Mac users, but I've hit an odd snag. We use two Windows Server 2008 R2 machines as the DNS servers between end-users ...
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Reason for perpetual dynamic DNS updates?

I'm using dynamic DNS (the "adult" version from RFC 2136, not à la DynDNS), and for a while now I've been seeing my laptops with MacOS 10.6.x churning out updates about every 10 seconds. And seemingly ...
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Adding more than one “.local” address using OSX Bonjour,

Is it possible to have more than one ".local" address per machine using Bonjour on OSX? I would like to add x.local and archive.x.local so that I can run multiple apache vhosts. System Preferences > ...
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How can I unregister a service with dns-sd?

I am trying to use "dns-sd" command line tool on my Windows 7 machine. I can already do something. For example I can register a service using "dns-sd -R ...". I also can browser (see) registered ...
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How DNS service discovery, multicast DNS and Bonjour are related?

I am a bit lost in the terminology. I wanted to start to use Bonjour. As the first step, I tried to find an easy way to use it. And I thought that I, probably, can call Bonjour from the command line ...
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How do I register a service with Bonjour?

I am trying to start to use Bonjour. Here I found a manual how to register a service with Bonjour. The following is written there: The network services architecture in Bonjour includes an ...
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What could cause my OS X machine's mdns ip address to be wrong?

I have an Ubuntu 9.04 box and a OS X 10.5 box. They are both on the same subnet (192.168.10.0/24). I can see ubuntu.local and osx.local from the OS X machine, but I can only see ubuntu.local from ...