Bonjour, also known as zero-configuration networking, enables automatic discovery of computers, devices, and services on IP networks using industry standard IP protocols.

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Avahi and Zeroconf Servers found by every application, but not by Safari

I have two servers in my home network: The first one is an Arm based linux computer running on a custom Debian 3.4.43 kernel The second one is an Arduino with an ethernet shield. I installed avahi ...
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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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Netatalk — should every client connect through a separate account?

I have an Ubuntu 14.04 server running Netatalk 3.1.7. It's serving files to 3-4 other computers running a mixture of OSX Yosemite and Windows 7 (the latter connects via Samba rather than Netatalk). ...
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Cant see Shared Macs over PPTP VPN (OS X)

I have setup a PPTP VPN using a DD-WRT router which is functioning fine. I can ping internet to external and external to internal. I have also tested file sharing over AFP and SMB with success. My ...
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Create VirtualHosts for zeroconf http services

I have multiple node.js apps running on my computer, and things are getting pretty confusing since the only difference between accessing them is the port number. So I had the idea to use zeroconf to ...
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zeroconf (bonjour/avahi): macs do not see linuxes and vice versa

In my home network I have several OS X boxes and several Ubuntu boxes. each Ubuntu box sees other boxes via zeroconf. I can "ssh ubuntu1.local" and "ping ubuntu1.local" from "ubuntu2.local", but ...
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SSH to an ubuntu machine using avahi

I have an ubuntu box that I connect to using avahi. Connecting to that box works fine for all services (I regularly use AFP, SSH and SMB on it) but I've noticed that whenever I connect to it from a ...
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Configure Bonjour for a custom vhost on Apache on OS X 10.9

How to broadcast all my vhost ? This has been answered for Snow Leopard, sadly the configurations files pointed in this thread are not there anymore in Maverick.
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What is Bonjour Linux IPTables Firewall Ports?

I'm trying to configure my iptables in order to allow Pidgin to use Bonjour protocol, now according to: Bonjour for Windows doesn't work due to firewall settings, I have to allow Multicast DNS / ...
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Android openvpn + zeroconf browser sending mdns query packets over eth0 instead of tap0 interface on wifi

On an android device, I am connecting to a remote network using openvpn for performing service discovery. WORKING CASE: After the device is camped on 3g/4g and after connecting to remote network by ...
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How to discover a Cisco switch via Bonjour on Linux

I have a simple network consisting of a Linux box (running dhcpd and avahi-daemon), a Cisco SF302-08PP switch, some Zeroconf-capable devices, and for debugging a MacBook Pro. Everything gets their ...
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Mopria and DNS-SD

With the Advent of Android 4.4 Kit Google now natively supports some form of built in printing functionality. This means that a lot of printers now support Mopria. Just like Airprint on IOS, Mopria ...