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Why does OS X continually chat with your DNS server via port 5353?
I have verified that this is not DNS lookups, i.e. I lose no
functionally when I block this traffic; however, depending on how
this traffic is blocked my logs fill up with different types of
I gather OS X is trying to advertise to the DNS server what services
it offers. This is something that should be possible to turn off
without creating megabytes of logs.
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