Multicast Domain Name Service is a method for using traditional domain name services without a central DNS authority, or DNS lookup server.

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Local hostname changes every few seconds when NOT connected to a network

When ever I wake my laptop, but before I am connected to a network, I receive messages similar to the following: This computer's local hostname "sojourner-896.local" is already in use on this ...
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Alternative to AlwaysAppendSearchDomains on Yosemite? [closed]

Since Lion, I have used the AlwaysAppendSearchDomains trick on mDNSresponder to resolve names with dots in search domains. In yosemite this doesn't work any more. In fact, mDNSresponder doesn't seem ...
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Windows: Why does Bonjour's mdnsNSP.dll inject itself into every process?

In Windows, why does Bonjour's mdnsNSP.dll inject itself into every process?
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bonjour/mdns repeater?

I would like to put my wifi network and my wired network (in a small office) on separate vlans to cut down on broadcasts/multicasts on the wifi. (right now it's all in one big vlan, and it's getting ...
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system.log is flooded with mDNSResponder messages: “queryrecord_result_callback:…”

My Mac is constantly writing the same following error message to system.log: ... Feb 18 15:24:21 MBA mDNSResponder[51]: queryrecord_result_callback: mDNS_Lock: Locking failure! mDNS_busy (1) != ...
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What is the preferred method of command line domain name lookup (DNS)?

What command line command do I use to lookup a domain address? When looking at the man pages for nslookup and dig I can see a section saying that these utilities do not use the Mac OS methods of ...
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how to track the pid of a process using mDNSResponder?

I'm searching the right way to identify which pid/process ask to mDNSResponder to resolve dns query. In other terms I want do identify which process do which dns query through mDNSResponder and in ...
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ping and browsers do not seem to use local DNS server? (or: mDNSResponder looses local dns server?)

(1) Stack Info DNS Server CentOS 5.6 64bit running dnsmasq 2.45 on IP 10.9.8.2. Serving as DNS-Only Server using it's local /etc/hosts. /etc/resolv.conf on this machine has Router Draytek ...
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Can I use Back To My Mac's mDNS address and for ssh and other routing of traffic?

On Lion and iCloud, the old MobileMe and Snow Leopard mDNS naming has changed and no longer works. I'm wondering how to use command line tools to find out the DNS name that Apple has assigned to my ...
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Is it possible to use Back To My Mac DNS or routing information from the command line?

I often want to ssh to a Mac and would love to make use of of MobileMe to look up IP/DNS routing information. Let's assume of my on-all-the-time Mac at home's hostname is "maui" and it's running Snow ...