We have our target device running the bonjour code ( our target
device is a network printer ) and we are using the Windows/XP-based
printer discovery tool.
Are you suggesting disabling IPv4 on the target device or on the
Good question. I'd try disabling IPv4 on both the target device and
on Windows. I think we'll need a packet trace to know what's going on.
The current mDNSResponder only advertises and browses over IPv6 when
the machine doesn't have a routable IPv4 address configured, so I
thought this might be affecting your testing.
On Jul 27, 2006, at 10:06 AM, Marc Krochmal wrote:
On Jul 26, 2006, at 7:45 PM, Randy Turner wrote:
We downloaded the bonjour code about 4 months ago and are using it
on RedHat Fedora 3 (mDNSCore + mDNSPosix).
We have been running this code without any issues since we
originally downloaded it...using IPv4.
In the last few days, we defined the symbol HAVE_IPV6 and rebuilt
the code. After running this code, we find that neither IPv4 nor
IPv6 is working anymore. We were wondering if there have been any
IPv6 fixes that would be appropriate for LInux that have been
checked-in to the main branch since February 2006.
I don't think we have any IPv6 fixes that would explain this.
Would you be able to disable all IPv4 addresses and then test the
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