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  • Multicast DNS
    making minimal changes to the current standard DNS protocol This saves application programmers from having to learn new APIs and saves application programmers from having to write application code two different ways one way for large configured networks and a different way for small Zeroconf networks It means that most current applications need no changes at all to work correctly using mDNS in a Zeroconf network It also means that engineers do not have to learn an entirely new protocol and current network packet capture tools can already decode and display DNS packets so they do not have to be updated to understand new packet formats Documents RFC 6760 Requirements for the Replacement of AppleTalk Name Binding Protocol describes how AppleTalk Name Binding Protocol works and what is needed in an IP based replacement RFC 6761 Special Use Domain Names describes what it means to say that a DNS name is reserved for special use when reserving such a name is appropriate and the procedure for doing so RFC 6762 Multicast DNS specifies how to perform DNS queries over IP Multicast The mDNS protocol together with DNS Service Discovery below forms the basis for Apple s ease of use initiative called Bonjour Apple began shipping mDNS in Mac OS X 10 2 in 2002 and today you ll find it in a wide range of hardware products including Apple AirPort base stations Axis network cameras Roku SoundBridges TiVo PVRs and just about every network printer from just about every printer manufacturer It s also in an increasing number of Linux distributions and it s available for Windows too Further Information How to modify EtherPeek to decode Multicast DNS packets on UDP port 5353 How to make Mac OS X do dot local lookups using both multicast and unicast queries for

    Original URL path: http://www.multicastdns.org/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Viewing Multicast DNS in EtherPeek 4
    it doesn t decode them Fortunately this is easy to fix Just open the file Edit EtherPeek app Contents decoders IETF dcd using your favourite text editor and search for the line that says TEQU 35 2 0 0 DNS Duplicate this line and in the new copy change 35 0x35 is 53 decimal to 14e9 0x14e9 is 5353 decimal as shown in green below TEQU 19 2 0 0

    Original URL path: http://www.multicastdns.org/etherpeek.html (2016-04-29)
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  • Dot Local Lookup Configurator for OS X
    the name local OS X 10 3 can be configured to look up dot local names first using multicast and then if that fails using unicast Download DotLocalLookupConfigurator tgz to your home directory Open a terminal window Type sudo tar Pzxvf DotLocalLookupConfigurator tgz Reboot This creates a StartupItem called System Library StartupItems DotLocalLookupConfigurator This StartupItem creates a file called etc resolver local 1 and keeps it updated to mirror the

    Original URL path: http://www.multicastdns.org/DLLC/ (2016-04-29)
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