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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Repeating mDNS/Bonjour requests from eth0 through a tunnel (tun0)

To start off, I am quite new at both networking and Unix/Ubuntu/Linux distros. Just a warning, for any setup/code may look a bit ugly. Basically, my end goal is to successfully AirPlay Mirror to a ...
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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 ...
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Bonjour on Mac OS X: Hide Certain Computers in Finder

I was wondering if you could elaborate on if there is any way to configure Bonjour to NEVER show certain computers for the sake of network security. At my work, we're the only department that uses ...