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You have to include it yourself. In Safari go to 'Preferences' > 'Advanced' and select "Include Bonjour" where you wish to - either in Bookmarks or in your Favorites bar.
Unless you’re running a firewall behind a NAT router (which serves no point), Bonjour’s enabled and running by default. It’s used to discover and connect to other devices within your local network configuration (think of that W2P button on a router - it’s Apple’s software equivalent). To view Bonjour discoverable devices through Safari, go to: Safari > ...
I eventually tracked this down to the behaviour of one of my Powerline adapters, specifically a TP-Link TL-WPA4220. For whatever reason, multicast traffic does not appear to correctly pass through the WiFi on this device, even with the latest firmware. TP-Link have a related technical note on this, but it doesn't seem to apply to my particular device. In ...
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