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Courtesy of the IETF Zeroconf Working Group, by way of AppleTalk, NETBIOS, IPX and countless other nonstandardized protocols, Zero Configuration Networking attempts to simplify and automate local area networking (especially in the absence of suitable UIs). On UNIX, [[Avahi]] provides the mainstream Zeroconf implementation; it is known as Bonjour on Apple products. Zeroconf's primary technologies include:
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Courtesy of the IETF Zeroconf Working Group, by way of AppleTalk, NETBIOS, IPX and countless other nonstandardized protocols, Zero Configuration Networking attempts to simplify and automate local area networking (especially in the absence of suitable UIs). On UNIX, [[Avahi]] provides the mainstream Linux Zeroconf implementation; it is known as Bonjour on Apple products. Zeroconf's primary technologies include:
 
* Uni- and multicast address autoconfiguration via Link-Local Addressing (typically static, or managed via [[DHCP]])
 
* Uni- and multicast address autoconfiguration via Link-Local Addressing (typically static, or managed via [[DHCP]])
 
* Name translation via Multicast DNS (mDNS) (typically static, or managed via [[DNS]])
 
* Name translation via Multicast DNS (mDNS) (typically static, or managed via [[DNS]])
 
* Service discovery via DNS Service Discovery (DNS-SD) (typically managed via a directory server)
 
* Service discovery via DNS Service Discovery (DNS-SD) (typically managed via a directory server)

Revision as of 03:15, 18 November 2011

Courtesy of the IETF Zeroconf Working Group, by way of AppleTalk, NETBIOS, IPX and countless other nonstandardized protocols, Zero Configuration Networking attempts to simplify and automate local area networking (especially in the absence of suitable UIs). On UNIX, Avahi provides the mainstream Linux Zeroconf implementation; it is known as Bonjour on Apple products. Zeroconf's primary technologies include:

  • Uni- and multicast address autoconfiguration via Link-Local Addressing (typically static, or managed via DHCP)
  • Name translation via Multicast DNS (mDNS) (typically static, or managed via DNS)
  • Service discovery via DNS Service Discovery (DNS-SD) (typically managed via a directory server)