Thank you. I am aware of the limits about Bonjour.
The point I want to make is that I don't want to worry about what is
doing this. I want the VPN server running on the OS X server
performing this function. This is what I want added as a requirement
of OS X VPN. Along with SSL VPN.
>Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 08:06:44 -0500
>From: "Timothy J. Miller" <email@hidden>
>Subject: Re: [Fed-Talk] OS X VPN requirements
>To: Mark <email@hidden>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
>> I would like to see Bonjour work across the VPN. This would allow
>> the printers and networks shares or any other Bonjour service to
>> automatically show up as they do when I am at the office. No
>> was that ip address or host name?"
>Bonjour (Zeroconf) is a link-local protocol, meaning it's broadcast
>to the local segment. VPNs are routed; each connection is
>segment of two machines.
>If you want Bonjour/Zeroconf to work across segments, you'll need to
>look at your gateway (VPN concentrator in this case). The gateway
>need to pick up and translate Bonjour/Zeroconf frames and route
>Router companies have done similar work in the past for other link-
>protocols like DHCP.
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